Mary Stinson Carver

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  • Page 25

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    strange sight & sign & the wonderful condeseenscion of the Lord. It is worthy of remark that this was at a season of the year when fish of that size is not known upon these shores or coast & they never at any season of the year are known to come ashore as in this case. Mr Carver had dreams at night to confirm him that these things was a sign to him. Great & marvelous are the works of the Lord March 30, 1838 ~ Friday 30 I was still sick in the ...
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    March 30, 1838 March 31, 1838 April 1, 1838 April 2, 1838 April 3, 1838 April 4, 1838 April 5, 1838
  • Page 108

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    Mr George Miller offered himself for Baptism after meeting. I rode to McComb from then[ce] to Father John Coltrins & spent the night. I was weak & feble with the exercises of the day distance 14 m August 12, 1839 ~ Monday Aug 12th Br Taylor Baptized Mr Miller. I spent the day with Br Zebedee Coltrin. I am gaining in strength I spent the night at Br John Vance 8 m ...
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    August 12, 1839 August 13, 1839 August 14, 1839 August 15, 1839 August 16, 1839 August 17, 1839 August 18, 1839
  • Page 56

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. The passage of scripture came to his mind that there would be no sign given "but the sign of the prophet Jonas," and while this thought was in his mind a large fish arose to the top of the water, a distance from him in the sea, and suddenly sank out of sight. He much desired to see it again, and soon it arose to the top of the water, accompanied by another fish of about the same size, and one of them swam on the water in ...
  • Page 21

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. [Column 1] While this thought was in his mind a large fish arose to the top of the water, a distance from him in the sea, and sud- denly sank out of sight. He much de- sired to see it again, and soon it arose to the top of the water, accompanied by another fish of about the same size, and one of them swam on the water in a straight line towards Mr. Carver as he stood upon the shore. It came as near ...
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    April 6, 1838 April 11, 1838 April 13, 1838 April 17, 1838 April 28, 1838
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 1 April 1840

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    family after haveing filled [hit] [misn] thy love and fear which may God grant for Chris[ts] sake. It seames to be my turn now to write to you mostly [illegible] as this is the third letter I have written you since I received any from you. I feal verry anxious to hear from you to know how you prosper in that country–hope you will tell me all about it when you write. In my last letter to you I gave you an acc- ount of my ...