Manchester, Lancashire, England

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  • Page 36

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. [Column 1] I was called upon to visit the child. I found it in great distress, writhing in its mother's arms. We laid hands upon it and cast the devil out of it, and the evil spirits had no power over the house- hold afterwards. This was done by the power of God, and not of man. We laid hands upon twenty in Manchester who were sick, and they were mostly healed. On the 21st, I arrived in Burslem by coach, and ...
    Dates:
    January 21, 1840 February 10, 1840 February 22, 1840 March 1, 1840 March 2, 1840 March 3, 1840 March 4, 1840
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    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. [Column 1] But the archbishop and council, know- ing well that the laws of England gave free toleration to all religions under the British flag, sent word to the petitioners that if they had the worth of souls at heart as much as they had the ground where hares, foxes and hounds ran, they would not lose so many of their flock. I continued to preach and baptize daily. On the 21st day of March I baptized Elder Thomas Kingston. He ...
    Dates:
    March 21, 1840 May 18, 1840 May 20, 1840 August 17, 1840
  • Page 44

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] CHAPTER III. CONTINUATION OF MY MISSION TO ENG- LAND. ORGANIZATION OF THE LON- DON CONFERENCE. I BID FAREWELL TO THE HEREFORDSHIRE SAINTS. RETURN TO AMERICA. On the 6th of October, 1840, a general conference of the British mission was held at Manchester. There were present of the Twelve Apostles, Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, Willard Rich- ...
    Dates:
    October 6, 1840 October 14, 1840
  • Page 46

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. [Column 1] Academy, at which there were about fifty present. Brother Kimball preached. An Independent minister invited me home to take tea with him. I accepted his invitation, had an interesting time and preached the Gospel to him and he received my testimony and offered me his chapel, which would hold 800. He said he thought he would be baptized and would try and get his society to do the same. We met again in the evening and had more at our meeting than ever before ...
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    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. [Column 1] When I arrived there I was so very lame and weary with my heavy load and fast walking that I could scarcely walk at all. I then took rail and arrived in Birmingham at 10 o'clock at night, but was exceedingly lame and weary. I spent the night with Elder James Riley, 24 Park Street. I had now fairly ended my Hereford- shire mission, and bidden a last farewell to that field of labor where the Lord had blessed me ...
    Dates:
    March 5, 1841 March 28, 1841 April 6, 1841 April 20, 1841 May 20, 1841 May 22, 1841 June 2, 1841
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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 25 March 1840

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    bounded into the water to me stark naked excecpting a loose cloth around their legs but I put a stop to all disorder as fast as possible. & again I am Having a mighty struggle against this [illegible] power of falling down like a dead man stiff as a stake which is in some of the preachers as well as the people. I have to handle all these things in wisdom. among the number that I have & are Baptzing are some large farmers having 3 or 400 acres of land I have Baptzed sone constables as well as ...
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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 31 March 1840

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    Ledbury He[refordshir]e March 31 st 1840 Dr Brothr Richards I received your letters last evening also one from Elder Cordon I have but about 10 minutes to write to you at this time, & while writing to you at this time I have several conversing to me so I have to write & answer questions at the same time, so if I make a blunder excuse it. Dear Brothr I have much I want to say to you. I have just written to Elder Turley ...
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    March 31, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 April 1840

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    [page torn] [hole burned in paper] Glostershire April 3rd 1840 Elder W. Richards Dear Brother I supposed you noticed that I did not answer any of your qustion in my last letter which you asked in March 27th the truth is I did not have time ownly to glance it over hastily & hurry since looked it over care fully I thought I would sit down & write a few lines more to you. I remarked to you in the last that I wished. you to come soon & labour ...
    Dates:
    April 3, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young from Wilford Woodruff and Willard Richards, 6 June 1840

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    Dymock June 3rd,1840 Dear Bro Brigham, I sent you a line yesterday; but there were a few itims that escaped my notice, Capt Bogart (Bogart) of mob memory, has killed a man—ran away & 500$ is offered for him - [Oho] - it is reported in the papers, says, 'Bro Holman, that the Indians are ma[ke]ing sod house among the corn&horses of upper Missourie & the inhabitants are much afraid & that the Indians are making preparations for war to ...
    Dates:
    June 3, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young from Wilford Woodruff and Willard Richards, 6 June 1840

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    Mr Brigham Young Star office 149 Oldham Road Manchester [unknown writer] June 3 Dymick 1840 W Woodruff ^Paid^ [stamp in black ink] LEDBURY [illegible] [illegible]