New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts

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  • Page 111

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    Elder J E Page addressed the meeting. I spent the night with Elder Kimball. He read me a letter from his wife which was interesting may the Lord bless Joseph give him a victory over his enemies & support him in evry trial & prepare the saints for that which is to come I pray September 9, 1843 ~ Saturday Conference Of the quorum of the Twelve Apostles met [in] the Boston church at Boylston ...
    Dates:
    September 9, 1843
  • Page 360

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    apostitize from the faith they join him & those that are cut of from the church & thus he is trying to build up a party unto himself. The church now seems to be firm in Boston. I had a good time with them. I spent the night at Br Phelps Mrs Woodruff seemed much better in the evening distance of the day 35 m November 23, 1844 ~ Saturday 23d Took cars rode to New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts stoped for the night with Elder
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    November 23, 1844 November 24, 1844 November 25, 1844
  • Page 369

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    A synopsis of the travels and labours of W. Woodruff. In A.D. 1844 Travelled in the UNITED STATES And CANADA and visited the following towns and Cities Towns and Cities States Towns & Cities States Nauvoo Illinois Colebrook Conn Laharp [Illinois] Farmington [Conn] Monmouth [Illinois] Hartford [Conn] Princeton [Illinois] New Haven [Conn] Ottaway [Illinois]
  • Page 229

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

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    August 26, 1849 ~ Sunday 26th Sunday I met with the saints & spoke to them & was followed by others Sister Vose & Br Nickerson spent the evening with us August 27, 1849 ~ Monday 27th [FIGURE] I wrote 3 letters to Little & Hardy J & S. Hardy to A. D. Boynton August 28, 1849 ~ Tuesday 28th [FIGURES] I recieved two letters [from] Josiah G. Hardy ...
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    August 26, 1849 August 27, 1849 August 28, 1849 August 29, 1849 August 30, 1849 August 31, 1849 September 1, 1849 September 2, 1849 September 3, 1849 September 4, 1849 September 5, 1849 September 6, 1849 September 7, 1849 September 8, 1849 September 9, 1849 September 10, 1849 September 11, 1849
  • Page 172

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

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    next followed oak Hall expresses, Adams &c, Mrs Kidders, a printing office pased on wheels with workman all at wok strewing papers cards &c among the mass as they passed along, Next came Faneuil Hall Market in miniature came next & the great display of Beef mutton pork fowles fish vegitables &c. I presume was a temptation to the hungry crouded lookers on. the market men followed in great force with badges on their hats. A stuffed Elephant passed mounted on a carriage with 3 persons riding on his back, also an ...
    Dates:
    October 26, 1848
  • Page 173

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

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    I spent the day writing I wrote one letter to Lydia Hartfor[d] [FIGURE] I read an account of the Temple of Nauvoo being burnt on the 9th Oct by our enemies. In reading the papers of yesterday I learned that all Europe was filled with Blood war disrress and calamities of almost evry kind Also that the Cholery had made its appearance in London Glasgow, Edinburgh, & others places in that Country ...
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    October 27, 1848 October 28, 1848 October 29, 1848 October 30, 1848 October 31, 1848 November 1, 1848
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 9 October 1844

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    Monday Oct 14th. I had a good time yesterday through the day peached twice. I walked with Sister Cobb from sister Voice to meeting yesterday, was well in good spirits, was disappointed in not having a letter from you. will write to you to day, all was as well as could be expected at home. the Saints seemed glad to see me in Boston. Millerism is now at its highest pitch in Boston the last time is now set I think the 22
    Dates:
    October 14, 1844
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Leonard W. Hardy, 27 November 1845

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    now Dear Brother I will procede to give you a history of my journey acros the Atlantick we had A verry rough passage I was verry sick about three days and nights milton was not so sick as he was a going over we had head winds and the power of Steam was not suficient to drive her against the wind we had the Cry of Fire four times aboard of the Ship and on the 10th of this month 9 o clock in the morning A Squall Struck us with all her sail spread ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Council, 15 February 1849

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    A large congregation, good order, And attention. this is the last time I have seen Elder Hyde: He went to Washington, to transact some business, And I took steem boat with my family to go East via Lakes. I will here name that while we were Journeying by land we all enjoyed good health And our youngest child which had been vary feeble in health from her birth improv much while on land but as soon as we took water began to run down. And we had to depend on milk we could ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Council, 15 February 1849

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    without holding any meetings, or manifesting any interest in the work, for an example I went to New Bedford whare they have upon their church Books about 100 members I gave out an appointment but did not get a dozen together, And in the organiz-ation 25 names out of the 100 was given that might still be considerd as members of the Church. Long Island was something similar to New Bedford. Also Salem, & other places, I might name. I can say however that I found the ...