New Orleans, Louisiana

Mentioned in

  • Page 243

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

    Excerpt:
    & Publications J. S. Buckingham. I know of no man that has traveled more extensively, am ong all natiouns in the nineteenth centaury than Mr Buckingham his travels in Asia & esspecially in India have been Published through the United States & been read with much interest, & Mr Buckingham had just returned to London from a tour through the United States whare he had spent two years in visiting nearly evry city & town from Bangor to New orleans ...
  • Page 255

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

    Excerpt:
    esstablishing churches in some of the most notable cities of Europe. During the year 1840 churches have been esstablished in Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Worcester, Hereford, London, Glasgow, Paisley Edingborgh & many other parts of England Scotland Wales & Ireland. Elders have also gone to South Australia, the East Indies, &
  • Page 20

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

    Excerpt:
    January 16, 1845 ~ Thursday 16th This was a vary busy day, in getting the saints on board of the ship Palmyra I had an interview with Elder W. Benson who had been a member of the Policee in London for 4 years he started with his family for Nauvoo with the rest of the saints the Palmyra drew out into the river in the evening with 100 saints to start for New Orleans fare for each ...
    Dates:
    January 16, 1845 January 18, 1845 January 19, 1845 January 17, 1854
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 9 May 1840

    Excerpt:
    I do not know as you can find out this letter for I have to write it mostly with my babe in my armes and little Sarah around me – she calls aloud for pa-pa many times in a day but the poor child has no pa to hear her. she is quite lonely like myselfe can you not tell me some thing near when you shall y come home I shall look for you in the fall. I have written you three letters before this since you left this continent and d^i^rected ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 9 May 1840

    Excerpt:
    Please direct your letters to Montrose as it will be more convenient for me to get them. Brother Webster s^t^arts on his mission monday morn. Good night Willford (May 25 I have just heard that N. Orleans was covered 10 ft. deep with water and it was still rising and that Nathces was entirely destroyed by a a whirlwind) I have the chills and fever yet. There is a general conference appointed in Commerce the 6 of next Oct. I hope you will be ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 30 October 1840

    Excerpt:
    so by receiving this intelligence I was prepared for the reception of your letter I also feel thankful that you have some friends that try to comfort you in your afflicitons & necessities, I feel that Sister Margarett has prooved herself a friend in deed as far as it hath been in her power & she shall not loose her reward & I feel thankful to all the friends for there kindness unto you in your afflictions, & Mourning. I copied Sister Margaretts lines in my journal they were sentimental & good. I ...
  • Page 193

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

    Excerpt:
    January 22, 1846 ~ Thursday 22nd I arose quite Ill & went to Br Halls to get some breakfast went to the ship & spent the day but not a soul came on board to see us but Br Cowley to do some earands for us at 4 oclok we left the dock and halled out into the river cast Anchor & spent the night January 23, 1846 ~ Friday 23rd we hoisted Anchor at 8 oclok & And A Steemer hiched onto us & took us into the Channel about 15 miles & left ...
    Dates:
    January 22, 1846 January 23, 1846 January 24, 1846
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

    Excerpt:
    has injured him & given us friends. We have held regular meetings on the Sabbath in Bath Burslem, & Hanely. We now have meetings in Burslem & Hanly, Stoke, Newcastle, Lane End, & a number of other places, round about I have been informed that the Rector in New Castle is preaching against us quite a number of Methodist teachers attend our meetings & freequently oppose but they go away confounded while it begets us friends. We have quite a good room ...
  • Page 183

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

    Excerpt:
    January 1, 1849 ~ Monday JAN 1st 1849 Monday this is the first day of 1849 we have traversed in our minds and recorded some things which has transpired during the past year what the present year will bring to pass time must determin. But I have no boubt [doubt] but the peresent year will chronicle events of equal importance with the past As the crices has commenced with the past it will progress with the future untill all nations will be constrained to acknowledg their is A God in Heaven whose hand is stretched out to ...
    Dates:
    January 1, 1849 January 2, 1849 January 3, 1849 January 4, 1849 January 5, 1849 January 6, 1849 January 7, 1849 January 8, 1849
  • Page 211

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

    Excerpt:
    A question arose as to whether this people be not descendants of one of the lost tribes of Israel, Col Hughes avowed the purpose of his visit viz to make a journey overland to the but he was refered to the "old ma[n"] who alone could give a reply. He was sent for in thre days made his appe- arance, they are careful in answering questions in regard to their Coun[try] and are jealeous of all foreigners they have never submitted to any foreign Government although they are within the bounds of the New Granadian Government they pay ...
    Dates:
    May 20, 1849 May 21, 1849 May 22, 1849 May 23, 1849 May 24, 1849