Nathan Cutler Davis

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  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and George Q. Cannon, 29 June 1886

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    [W Woodruff June 29 1886] 3 Historian's Office, P. O. Box 321 Salt Lake City, Utah, ........188 appainted president, and I think Bp. Hatch wants the affice. And althaugh my San David has married his daughter I cans- der him unfit to preside over the Stake. I will naw give same of my reasans At the last election Bp. Hatch united with ane of his caunselars Nathan Davis and the outside element to naminate and elect Lycurgus ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and George Q. Cannon, 29 June 1886

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    to the affices of the last electian, and Bro. Davis told me to day that this Jahnson has reparted that F M Lyman John Henry Smith bath pramised him that if he would be baptized they wauld make him president of this Stake. I have more canfidence in these two men than to believe any sutch report he is an enemy to this peaple and I believe would Sell us all far a few dallars apiece. The Same Johnsan has married Bro. Davise's Daughter which ...
  • Page 7

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and George Q. Cannon, 29 June 1886

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    7 Historian's Office, P. O. Box 321 Salt Lake City, Utah, June 30 1886 I will further say I had an inter view yeasterday with Bishap Glines the Probate judge and C. C. Bartlett the Tithing Office clerk & they gave me a general histary of the politial and temparal Situatian af the whale Ashley Ward and the trauble lies in this that Bishap Hatch and his first cauncillor Nathan Davis claim the wright to govern cantrall ...
  • Page 8

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and George Q. Cannon, 29 June 1886

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    canventian ar having any voice in the naminatian af a ticket & the way the thing is maving it looks as thaugh the pawer was gaing into the hands of aur enemies, and the misfartune is that Bishap Hatch and cauncillar Davis is useing their influence to carry out this progamme. This is abaut the way it looks to me fram the testimany I get. Again, Brother Bartlett the Tithing Clerk Says: "there has never been any settlement by any one of Bishap Hatch Tithing affairs or with myself as Clerk ...
  • Page 212

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Sept 3, 1882 I caught 16 trout & B Young 8 Total 24, which made us two good meals. This stream abounds with trout, and the banks skirted with a great amount of Ripe Currants in the Afternoon we crossed red creek & passed through 7 vallies and went up & down some Terrible Hills and camped on the Duche^s^ne river about twice the size of the Provo this stream is also of fine good water and abounds with fine large trout distance of the day 38 M ...
    Dates:
    September 4, 1882 September 5, 1882 September 6, 1882 September 7, 1882
  • Page 213

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Sept 7, 1882 The Military post is located [on] the North west side of the valley Is about 2 x 4 Miles and comes to the Edge of the Mormon settlement I visited Capt Dodds Farm & coal mine Distance of the day 12 M September 8, 1882 ~ Friday 8 Friday we held a Meeting with the people commenced at 10 oclok Bishop J Hatch Prayed. W. Woodruff spoke 30 M to Mormons gentiles officers & soldiers B Young spoke 30 Minuts
    Dates:
    September 8, 1882 September 9, 1882 September 10, 1882 September 11, 1882 September 12, 1882 September 13, 1882