Merrill C. Pevey

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  • Page 15

    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 ...
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    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 17

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

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    June 14, 1849 ~ Thursday June 14th I spent most of the day in aranging my aff[a]irs to leave for New Brunswick I packed up a large bund[le] of scraps of Paper to send to the recorder in the vall[ey] I preached in the evening to a few saints in my own house June 15, 1849 ~ Friday 15th [FIGURES] I wrote two letters to day one to Elder W. I. Appleby or Orson Hyde & one to
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    June 14, 1849 June 15, 1849 June 16, 1849 June 17, 1849 June 18, 1849 June 19, 1849 June 20, 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 14

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

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    October 3, 1849 ~ Wednesday Oct 3rd 1849 [FIGURE] I wrote two letters to Albert G Cowden & Wm Sweat Sister Robbins called upon me for coun- cil about going west this fall October 4, 1849 ~ Thursday 4th I spent the day at home writing October 5, 1849 ~ Friday 5th Dr Burnhisel spent the Afternoon with me & walked through the city of Boston together As He had lived with President
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    October 3, 1849 October 4, 1849 October 5, 1849 October 6, 1849 October 7, 1849 October 8, 1849 October 9, 1849
  • Page 18

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

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    states with all the money of the perpetual fund to continue to gather the poor so that when A nation is born in a day they can be removed the next of necessary. Therey are also resolved to send the gospel to all the world as soon as Possible. All of the Twelve Apostles who are in the valley with many others have their mission assigned them to the Nations. Elder John Taylor accompanied by Curtis E Bolton and John Pack goes to
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    January 8, 1850 January 9, 1850 January 10, 1850 January 11, 1850
  • Page 19

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

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    January 12, 1850 ~ Saturday Jan 12th 1850 [FIGURE] I wrote 7 letter to J. Livingston, J. Luce T. Cartwright D. Turner, S. Wells D. Carter and J. Townsend I recieved two letter from [FIGURE] S. Wells & S. Tuttle January 13, 1850 ~ Sunday 13th Sunday I Preached in Cambridgeport January 14, 1850 ~ Monday 14th [FIGURES] I ...
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    January 24, 1849 January 12, 1850 January 13, 1850 January 14, 1850 January 15, 1850 January 16, 1850 January 17, 1850 January 18, 1850 January 19, 1850 January 20, 1850 January 21, 1850 January 22, 1850 January 23, 1850 January 25, 1850 January 26, 1850 January 27, 1850 January 28, 1850 January 29, 1850
  • Page 20

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

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    January 30, 1850 ~ Wednesday 30th I rode in company with M. C. Pevey to Peterboro & spent the night with J. C. Little I dined with Br Leonard Hardy 65 m January 31, 1850 ~ Thursday 31st I rode with Brother Pevey to see his Mother who was 84 years old but abot House quite smart I preached at night at Brother Leonard Hardy's to the saints 14 m
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    January 30, 1850 January 31, 1850 February 1, 1850 February 2, 1850 February 3, 1850 February 4, 1850 February 5, 1850 February 6, 1850 February 7, 1850 February 8, 1850 February 9, 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 ...
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    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
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    March 11, 1850 ~ Monday 11th I Paid M. Cannon $5.575 dollars to Buy cannonttle with I went over Boston to East Boston twice. I took 3000 lbs of stationary & Books from the Eastern Depo to long wharf & put on board of the ship Beatrice Also 900 lbs of Baggage for S. B. Foss. March 12, 1850 ~ Tuesday [FIGURE] 12th We had one of the heardest snow storms this mo rning ...
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    March 11, 1850 March 12, 1850 March 13, 1850 March 14, 1850 March 15, 1850