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  • Page 111

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    November 6, 1836 ~ Sunday Nov 6th Sunday Rode to William Smoots Preached at his house distance of the Day 7 miles November 7, 1836 ~ Monday 7th Sold one Book of Mormon & Rode to Owenton Owen County KY on the day of the election to vote for President &c at first the Judges endeav o^u^red to deprive Elder Smoot & myself from voting but after employing some Judges & Col Rowlett in our ...
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    November 6, 1836 November 7, 1836 November 8, 1836 November 9, 1836 November 10, 1836 November 11, 1836 November 12, 1836 November 13, 1836 November 14, 1836 November 15, 1836 November 16, 1836
  • Page 94

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

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    priesthood must be a king & a Priest a person may have a portion of that Priesthood the same as Governors or Judges of England have power from the King to transact business but yet he is not the king of England. A person may be anointed king & priest before they receive their kingdom &c. At the close of the meeting I dim returned to Br Hammers & in the evening Elder O. Pratt Preached & was followd by few ...
    Dates:
    August 7, 1843 August 8, 1843
  • Page 92

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    them & myself. The crime alledged against us was that we had taught that Christ would come in this generation & that we said some individuals would receieve the Holy Ghost in 24 hours but as I was absent myself I was not taken but Elders Patten & Parrish was taken by an armd company say 50 in number they were bound under $2000.00 dollars bond for their appearence at court Brothers Seth Utley & ...
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    July 20, 1836 July 21, 1836 July 22, 1836 July 23, 1836 July 24, 1836 July 25, 1836 July 26, 1836 July 27, 1836
  • Page 128

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

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    events which more deeply consern the gentile world than the overthrow of Jerrusalem & the disper- sion of the Jews did the Jewish Nation, for while they stumbled at the stone they were broken but while it falls upon the heads of the gentile world it will grind them to pow[d]er. And the full set time is come for the Lord to set his hand to accomplish thies mighty events. And as the Lord has done in other ages, so he has done now he has raised up a
  • Page 22

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. We were soon surrounded by Osage Indians, and kindly received by Mr. Jereu and his wife, who was an Indian. She gave us an excellent supper and a good bed, which we were thankful for after the fatigue of the day. As I laid my head on my pillow I felt to thank God, from the bottom of my heart, for the exchange of the barbarous treatment of a civilized Presbyterian priest, for the humane, kind ...
  • Page 105

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

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    January 1, 1856 ~ Tuesday JAN. 1st, 1856 ^Tuesday^ I spent the day at home writing January 2, 1856 ~ Wednesday 2nd I spent the day in Joint session. All the officers of the Territory were Elected the Judges, & Notary Public of the co[u]nties The commissioners, Treasurers, Auditors, Marshalls, surveyors & Attorney Generals, The Chancellors & Regency of the University of Deserett. I was appointed as one of the Regency. January 3, 1856 ~ Thursday 3rd I spent the day In the ...
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    January 1, 1856 January 2, 1856 January 3, 1856 January 4, 1856 January 5, 1856 January 6, 1856
  • Page 112

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

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    as one of our servants to act for us to do what we wish to have done so it is with the congress & the Governors of the several States and I am here as one of them as the servant of the people. Congress has prepared a constitution for this Territory which they call the organic act and have granted certain rights to this people as a community. They have said this Territory should be organized thus & so with a Govornor & Legislative Assembly and the ...
  • Page 113

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

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    of the fox that went to a hen coop to cketch some chickens the owner had had put a cord from the platform to a Bell ove[r]head so as soon as the platform was tuched the bell would ring as soon as the fox jumped onto the platform the bell rung & away the fox run with all his might but on looking behind him he saw nothing so he went back to the coop & examined to see what the matter was He touched the cord with his foot & it rung but did ...
    Dates:
    January 14, 1856 January 15, 1856 January 16, 1856
  • Page 114

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

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    January 17, 1856 ~ Thursday 17th I spent the day writing & preparing to leave for home tomorrow January 18, 1856 ~ Friday 18th [FIGURE] The Legislature met this morning at the state House at 5 oclok and adjourned till the 2nd Monday in dec 1856 after adjournment The Governor & all the Northern Members & Judges started for home it was a vary cold morning we rode to the severe & on to within 1 mile of Chicken Creek & camped ...
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    January 17, 1856 January 18, 1856 January 19, 1856 January 20, 1856 January 21, 1856 January 22, 1856 January 23, 1856 January 25, 1856 January 26, 1856
  • Page 53

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

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    January 1, 1855 ~ Monday Jan 1st 1855 [FIGURE] The Governor & Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah made the most splendid party ever got up in these mountains as far a feast & decorations were concerned. The U.S. Judges & Military officers were invited. danceing commenced at 3 oclock dinner at 9 & supper at 12 oclok an account of the procedings was published in the Deserett News January 2, 1855 ~ Tuesday 2nd I spent this day at home ...
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    January 1, 1855 January 2, 1855 January 3, 1855 January 4, 1855 January 6, 1855 January 7, 1855 January 8, 1855 January 13, 1855 January 14, 1855 January 15, 1855 January 19, 1855 January 20, 1855 January 21, 1855 January 22, 1855 January 27, 1855 January 28, 1855 January 29, 1855 January 30, 1855 January 31, 1855 February 1, 1855