Marcena Cannon

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  • Page 8

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

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    the blade & let it remain 2 1/2 minutes after the polish is taken off, then dip the blade in water then wipe it dry, then take clear tur- pentine & rub over the blade untill the varnish is clean off & while the blade is wet with the Terpentine dip it into dry slack lime then polish the blade in chalk & water with a peace of soft leather and it will appear of a silver cast To Engrave on Steel Follow the same direction as for etching ownly cover the steel all ...
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    May 10, 1849 May 11, 1849 May 12, 1849 May 13, 1849 May 14, 1849
  • Page 9

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

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    & fired upon the people and killed 21 and wounded 33 the spirit of Mobing has been Manifest evry since in New York and the spirit of Mobing war confusion and anarchy is appearing all ove[r] the Earth. A mob of late arose in Canida of 7000, surrounded t[he] Parliament House broke in the windows stoned & egged the Govornour Lord Elgin & all members of Parliament burnt the Parliament House to the ground & all the Canidia Canadian Record[s] for 5000 years war is poured out upon all
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    May 15, 1849 May 16, 1849 May 17, 1849 May 18, 1849
  • Page 16

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

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    in the valley were anxious for a Territorial Government & were about to send Mr Bernhisel to congress for that purpose, the saints were prospering at the salt Lake [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to Elder Orson Pratt & gave him an account of the signs of the times in this country the ravages by mobs, fire, water Cholera Indian wars &c &c Br Sanderson called upon me & spent the night Allexander Badlam was taken sick like ...
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    June 10, 1849 June 11, 1849 June 12, 1849 June 13, 1849
  • Page 3

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

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    through A Hilly rough country to travel day & night I did not see what way one pair of Horses was going to travel with any speed with such a train of Lumber behind them but I soon found out for as soon as we come to the top of A Hill the Horses could not Hold the waggons And of course they went down the Hill upon A keen run as fast as there legs could carry them & continued to run untill they got part of the way up the next Hill in this way we got ...
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    July 21, 1849 July 22, 1849 July 23, 1849
  • Page 5

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

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    Israelites indeed & full of faith & good works our hearts were knit together and I felt it good to be under their roof & in their society I shall long remeber my visit with them. We rode to Chatham we have parted with George H. Russell we took stage & Br Russell & myself started on our journey for Bedeque we rode through Ketchmaquack Rushabueto, Bocktoosh Cookhane to Shedece 80 m spent ...
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    July 29, 1849 July 30, 1849 July 31, 1849 August 1, 1849
  • Page 12

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

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    an unsettelled state And within a few days past the French Minister at Washington has been dismissed & his Pasports offered him & He is invited to return home. Also High words have passed between the American & British Minister And what the result of these things will be time must determine but one thing is certain wars & dreadful Judgments Await the Nations of the Earth. The destroying Angel in the form of the cholera has slain its tens of thou- sands during the past seasons both in Europe & ...
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    September 24, 1849 September 25, 1849 September 26, 1849 September 27, 1849 September 28, 1849 September 29, 1849 September 30, 1849 October 1, 1849
  • Page 18

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

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    November 11, 1849 ~ Sunday 11th Sunday I Preached to the saints & loaned 9 No of the star to Mrs Brown November 12, 1849 ~ Monday 12th We recieved in this mornings papers Arivals from Calafornia Also from Europe the steemer from Calafornia brought $500,000 dollars worth of gold dust from the Mines. The Ship Areatus in which Calvin Foss was in Arived in Calafornia on the 23rd sept 170 days out from Boston. I ...
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    November 11, 1849 November 12, 1849 November 13, 1849 November 14, 1849 November 15, 1849 November 16, 1849 November 17, 1849 November 18, 1849 November 19, 1849 November 20, 1849 November 21, 1849 November 22, 1849 November 23, 1849
  • 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 2

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

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    And they are full of Alarm concerning the doings of Congress it has become A hotbed of political warfare and most all parties are looking for the exploding of the union the war spirit is increasing in the hearts of the people And deep judgment awaits the people nation, the hearts of men are failing them for fear of those things that are coming on the Earth, the Lord has said that in his fury he would vex the Nation And He is about to fulfill it. February 24, 1850 ~ Sunday 24th ...
    Dates:
    February 24, 1850 February 25, 1850 February 26, 1850 February 27, 1850 February 28, 1850 March 1, 1850 March 2, 1850 March 3, 1850
  • Page 3

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

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    in a sleigh to Scarboro, we called at Father Carters & it seemed quite Lonesome as no one was at home except Mrs Carter & Mr & Mrs Plummer. we stoped at the place to warm then rode to Sister Foss we there found Fabyan Sister Foss & family, all busy we stoped an hour, took tea, gave some council, & returned to Portland & it was exeeding cold I became quite chilled I spent a portion ...
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    March 4, 1850 March 5, 1850 March 6, 1850 March 7, 1850 March 8, 1850 March 9, 1850 March 10, 1850