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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 18 February 1841

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    farewell of London next Monday tgo diret to Bristol, whare Elder Kington has just built up a church. He then goes with me through all the churches in Worcestershire – Gloucestershire, & Herefordshire. I then go to Birmingham to the Staffordshire potteries, meet Elder Smith, go to – Manchester, held a general conference 6th April & then we are immediately [FIGURE] OPH ^off^ A company ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 January 1841

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    July 24th I received A letter from Mother & Eunice Woodruff. 25th I wrote a letter to Bishop Ripley. July 29th I wrote a Letter to Phebe, which I sent by the hand of Sister Jane Benbow, wife of John Benbow, the first family that Recieved me & my testimony in Herefordshire. I Baptized the whole household 10 in number. He was a large farmer cultivated 600 acres of Land, he sold ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 January 1841

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    Jan 11st NB My Dear Companion, though I have said much in this letter & massed together many Broaken sentences upon a great variety of subjects great & small temporal & spiritual, yet I have said but little concerning the presient state of affairs & prospect &c But when I write again I may have room to speak of some things that I omit in this But as to the progress of the work we have nothing but good news from this country Brother Kimball ...
  • Page 339

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    Nov 7th were picked up from the Austria making 90 saved & 510 lost the yellow fever has raged at an alarming rate over 500 death daily in New Orleans alone from that desease. An opposit- ion paper is being published in this City by Kirk Anderson It is called Kirk Andersons valley Tann. The first peace strikes out agains valley Poliygamy in strong terms, thay are seting at liberty a thousand or more teamsters at Col Johnsons ...
    Dates:
    November 8, 1858
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    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    9thJan 1860 Judge E. Smith and Lady & N. H. Felt and Ladies we took a good supper, in the Edge of the evening we met in the setting room had singing and prayer Brother Stenhouse was Mouth Presidents Youngs Family was present a good spirit prevailed and such order I never saw in any Numerous Family in my life his immediate Family cannot be less than One hundred person President Young conversed upon the subject of slavery in the Territory and concerning ...
    Dates:
    January 10, 1860 January 11, 1860 January 12, 1860
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 8 September 1844

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    all they trade with them in this way for their is more mort- gages and attachments upon their property in Nauvoo than the value of them. I do not know but their object in comeing here is to take boat to the Eastene State or Canidas to practice the same fraud would it not be well to cauth^i^on all the Churches through the Neighbor & times & Season to beware of having any deal with them or the Fosters or Higbys. I should think any Saint ought to know better ...
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    Part of Letter from Elijah Fordham, Samuel Brannan, and Parley Parker Pratt, 13 March 1845

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    yours truly S. Brannan [blank] Dear Br, Woodruff, I have only time to say that I am well, and that all is well here. Give my Kind Remem berance to Elders Hedlock, Clark, Ward, and to all Our english friends. I have writen to you, that it is the dis^c^c^i^sion of the twelve to send all Emigra tion to N. York hereafter in stead of N. Orleans direct them to No 7 Spruce St. NY I Remain, yours ...
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    Part of Letter to George A. Smith, 28 December 1840

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    not be alone in coming out & receiving our doctrin. But with regard to these things they are all in the hands of God. Doctor Copeland & his wife has just come in and & wishes us to go to a tea total Meeting which is expected to be the greatest Ever held in London As the celebrated James, Silk, Buckingham is to occupy the chair. So I will lay down my pen & go to meeting & in the morning I will tell you ...
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    Part of Letter from James Houston, 26 October 1845

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    New Orlens Oct ^the^ 28 Dear Brothren we Land- ed here this Morning All in Good helth exept Br Robesons Wife and Child. We have engeaged A stim Boot to take us up the rever to st Luese for tow Dolers and A half in-Cluding All Lugeges Children Dont Count until tha Come to the yers of five and from five to fortin tow far A Pasage to take our Lugegs up the ship free we ar to start towmorow. If I was you I ...
    Dates:
    October 28, 1845
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    Part of Letter from James Houston, 26 October 1845

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    Mr Wilfird Woodruff Stanley Bildings Bath Street Liverpool England [stamp in black ink] [NEW ORLEANS] OCT [illegible] [stamp in black ink] PAID ^10^ [upside-down text] [stamp in black ink] AMERICA LIVERPOOL NO28 1845 from James Houston New Orleans Oct. 26, 1845. [end of upside-down text] ...