John Luce

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  • Page 16

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    July 22, 1856 ~ Tuesday 22nd [FIGURE] I wrote letters to John Luce, to A. Carrington, to Mrs Cunningham to Sister Browet total 4 letters I spent the day in the office President Young started this afternoon for big Cotton wood canyon Also H. C. Kimball. J. M. Grant is sick July 23, 1856 ~ Wednesday to July 24, 1856 ~ Thursday 23 & 24 Presidents
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    July 22, 1856 July 23, 1856 July 24, 1856 July 25, 1856 July 26, 1856 July 27, 1856 July 28, 1856 July 29, 1856 July 30, 1856 July 31, 1856 August 1, 1856 August 2, 1856 August 3, 1856
  • Page 18

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    June 21, 1849 ~ Thursday 21st I [l]anded at Thomaston at 4 oclok and called upon Benjamin Knowlton. I was quite unwell had a severe attack of the Diarhea I had an interview with Br John Luce, I spent the night with Mr Knowlton distance 100 m June 22, 1849 ~ Friday [2]2nd I am sick this morning taken cold went to John Luce and went ◊◊ed a man by the name of W. Whitman Hilman, he felt that ...
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    June 21, 1849 June 22, 1849 June 23, 1849 June 24, 1849 June 25, 1849 June 26, 1849
  • Page 19

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    June 27, 1849 ~ Wednesday 27th I was sick this morning have taken cold settelled in m[y] side. In the afternoon I crossed the bay to Camden with Br Pearce & Luce called upon sister Glover took tea & walked to Goose River spent 2 Hours with Br Henry Mullen who was at work on a ship we went to Mr Paul Perrys who was friendly & spent the night 15 m June 28, 1849 ~ Thursday ...
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    June 27, 1849 June 28, 1849 June 29, 1849 June 30, 1849 July 1, 1849 July 2, 1849 July 3, 1849 July 4, 1849
  • Page 20

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    we were about leaving on board of a steemer for Thomaston in all places as we passed along cannon were fired in honor of the 4th A Table was set at Thomaston for 800 men to take dinner but I should feel more like fasting & praying on the 4th of July than making a display of Celebration untill the Latter Day saints and all people could have the privilege of worshiping God according to the dictates of their own conscience without having there brains blown out for it. And now while I write a Company ...
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    July 5, 1849 July 6, 1849 July 7, 1849 July 8, 1849 July 9, 1849 July 10, 1849 July 11, 1849 July 12, 1849 July 13, 1849
  • Page 9

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    August 26, 1849 ~ Sunday 26th Sunday I met with the saints & spoke to them & was followed by others Sister Vose & Br Nickerson spent the evening with us August 27, 1849 ~ Monday 27th [FIGURE] I wrote 3 letters to Little & Hardy J & S. Hardy to A. D. Boynton August 28, 1849 ~ Tuesday 28th [FIGURES] I recieved two letters [from] Josiah G. Hardy ...
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    August 26, 1849 August 27, 1849 August 28, 1849 August 29, 1849 August 30, 1849 August 31, 1849 September 1, 1849 September 2, 1849 September 3, 1849 September 4, 1849 September 5, 1849 September 6, 1849 September 7, 1849 September 8, 1849 September 9, 1849 September 10, 1849 September 11, 1849
  • Page 19

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    January 12, 1850 ~ Saturday Jan 12th 1850 [FIGURE] I wrote 7 letter to J. Livingston, J. Luce T. Cartwright D. Turner, S. Wells D. Carter and J. Townsend I recieved two letter from [FIGURE] S. Wells & S. Tuttle January 13, 1850 ~ Sunday 13th Sunday I Preached in Cambridgeport January 14, 1850 ~ Monday 14th [FIGURES] I ...
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    January 24, 1849 January 12, 1850 January 13, 1850 January 14, 1850 January 15, 1850 January 16, 1850 January 17, 1850 January 18, 1850 January 19, 1850 January 20, 1850 January 21, 1850 January 22, 1850 January 23, 1850 January 25, 1850 January 26, 1850 January 27, 1850 January 28, 1850 January 29, 1850
  • Page 1

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    February 10, 1850 ~ Sunday 10th Sunday I Preached to the Saints fwas followed by Elder Hardy & others I had a good meeting I spent the night at Mr Burbanks. February 11, 1850 ~ Monday 11th I called upon Br Samuel & Josigah Hardy then rode to Cambridgeport & spent the night at home 35 February 12, 1850 ~ Tuesday 12th I spent the day in part in Boston with Brother ...
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    February 10, 1850 February 11, 1850 February 12, 1850 February 13, 1850 February 14, 1850 February 15, 1850 February 16, 1850 February 17, 1850 February 18, 1850 February 19, 1850 February 20, 1850 February 21, 1850 February 22, 1850 February 23, 1850
  • Page 20

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    was brought up again concerning the emigrant company who pe[rished] [page covered] in the Mountains last winter they were mostly from Independance Clay County Missouri and were a mob company & threatned to drive out the mormons that were in Calafornia & started for Calafornia with that spirit in there hearts but it seemed as though they were ripe for judgement the snows fell upon them 18 feet deep on a level & they died & eat up each other about 40 persons perished & were mostly ...
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    July 11, 1847 July 12, 1847
  • Page 13

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    I spent the day writing I wrote one letter to Lydia Hartfor[d] [FIGURE] I read an account of the Temple of Nauvoo being burnt on the 9th Oct by our enemies. In reading the papers of yesterday I learned that all Europe was filled with Blood war disrress and calamities of almost evry kind Also that the Cholery had made its appearance in London Glasgow, Edinburgh, & others places in that Country ...
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    October 27, 1848 October 28, 1848 October 29, 1848 October 30, 1848 October 31, 1848 November 1, 1848
  • Page 15

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    July 15, 1863 ~ Wednesday 15, 1863 [FIGURE] I received a Letter from Wilford June 30 at New York I spent most of the day at home. We have Telegraphic Dispatches saying that mobs have arizen in New York Albany & Boston to resist the Conscription Acct, & they are destroying lives & much property. The Nation have sown mobs for seed and will now reap an abundant harvest of the same I attended the meeting of the D A & M S July 16 ...
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    July 15, 1863 July 16, 1863 July 17, 1863 July 18, 1863 July 19, 1863 July 20, 1863 July 24, 1863 July 25, 1863 July 26, 1863 July 27, 1863