Jonas Livingston

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  • Page 350

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    the first vol of Stephens travels in Egypt, Arabia, Petrea and the Holy Land, and I was highly edifyed with it. I attended meeting in the evening Elder Wm Smith again addressed the assembly spoke of the rise & progress of the Church, coming forth of the Book of Mormon. The Saints brought forward their tithings for the Temple all of which Elder Wm Smith took to the amount of $150 dollars for the Temple and $25 or $30 dollars for his own use we ...
    Dates:
    October 19, 1844 October 20, 1844
  • Page 351

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    October 21, 1844 ~ Monday 21st I left Peterboro in company with Elders C. A. Adams & Stephen Foster & rode to Elder Chilon Mack son of Solomon Mack, in Gilsum N.H. 23 miles I preached in the evening at Gilsum I enjoyed myself well. I spent the night with Mr Solomon Mack 72 years of Age Brother to Lucy Smith the Mother of Joseph Smith the Prophet I ...
    Dates:
    October 21, 1845 October 22, 1845 October 23, 1845 October 24, 1845
  • Page 195

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

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    February 16, 1849 ~ Friday 16th [FIGURE] I recieved A letter from Wm Low spent the day writi[ng] February 17, 1849 ~ Saturday 17th I visited Boston And obtained the New York weekly Her[ald] I[t] was full of news on Calafornia, gold digings, &c large Extra[cts] from the Calafornia Star. Advertisment of Samuel Brannan & Wm Stout merchantman took gold at $16 per oz. Murders were spoke of And Exhertion to form A ...
    Dates:
    February 16, 1849 February 17, 1849 February 18, 1849 February 19, 1849 February 20, 1849 February 21, 1849 February 22, 1849 February 23, 1849 February 24, 1849
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Jonas Livingston, 23 January 1850

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    Claremont January 23rd, 1850 Brother Woodruff Dear sir—your kind favour came duly to hand in due time, and I have carefully Examined its contence, with pleasure—although much of the information which it contains, I had already obtained, through the Fronteir Gardian, and from other sources, for although I have been far distant from the Saints, I have taken pains to keep myself informed of their doings, and its gives me much pleasure to here of there prosperity, at there newe home. You ask me to settle up my bussness ...
    Dates:
    January 23, 1850
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Jonas Livingston, 23 January 1850

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    things & knows the harts of all men. Still I was deceived and cheated by them, but it has never changed my mind as to the trouth of the principals which I imbrace, bad men are to be found in all companys, and why not among the Mormmons. You speak of my going to the Valley to assist in starting Wooling Manufacturey, this branch of Manufacture I am not acquainted with, and should be but litt[l]e, if any better, of an account of my knowlege of Cotton Manufacture, and I have not ...