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  • Page 96

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    August 22, 1841 ~ Sunday Sunday 22nd This was a day of interest to me in many respects having returned to the church in New York I looked for much News & information from many sources both religious & political temporal & spiritual in this I was not disappointed for I had the perusal of the New York papers, 1 & 2 No of the 2nd vol of the Mill Star in England besides late letters from P. P. Pratt &
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    August 22, 1841
  • Page 97

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    & fals rumour from Priest & people of evry sect and party who hav^e^ deluged the whole land with tracts pamphlets & newspaper stories against the Saints but notwithstanding this the work still progresses throughout that land it is doing well in London Manchester & many other places in England, Scotland, Wales &c Elder Hyde has gone to Germany on his way to Jerrusalem, Elder P P. Pratt also ...
  • Page 99

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    August 27, 1841 ~ Friday Aug 27th [FIGURE] I wrote 5 letters to London to the following persons P. P. Pratt, James Albon Henry Connor, Amos Fielding, Ellen B. Redman which I sent by Br Redman in care of L. Snow Mr Bennett Editor of the New York Herald has published in to days paper a long article from the Times & Seasons giving an account of the mission of ...
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    August 27, 1841 August 28, 1841 August 29, 1841 August 30, 1841 August 31, 1841 September 1, 1841
  • Page 100

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    fare $1 when I landed I found Elder Hulse & Priest Robt P. Wilson were waiting for me I rode with them to Br Wilson & spent the night. The New York Sun of to day contains a most singular Phenonimen ever recorded in the last days A shower of flesh & blood, A pillar of smooke, & a shower of manney I was introduced for the first time to Elder 2nd Quarters S. Sparks who I found was ...
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    September 2, 1841 September 3, 1841 September 4, 1841 September 5, 1841
  • Page 121

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    November 3, 1839 ~ Sunday 3rd, Sunday I met with the saints P. P. Pratt Preached during the day. the evening was spent in hearing from a number of Elders by 2m November 4, 1839 ~ Monday 4th I visited I. F. Carter Br Pratt & a number of friends. It is election to day 3 November 5, 1839 ~ Tuesday 5th I left N. York. Crossed the South ferry to Brooklin ...
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    November 3, 1839 November 4, 1839 November 4, 1839 November 6, 1839 November 7, 1839 November 8, 1839 November 9, 1839 November 10, 1839 November 11, 1839 November 12, 1839
  • Page 122

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    November 13, 1839 ~ Wednesday Nov 13th I took a walk this morning in the Rockway burying ground. I visited one grave eight rods in length in which was intered 125 bodies all at the same time & 30 at an other making 155 in all. They lost their lives by being wrecked on Rockway beach, by the ship Mexico on the 1st day of January 1837 and were intered on the 5 day I spent the day at widow D Motts the Lord is again restoring ...
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    November 13, 1839 November 14, 1839 November 15, 1839 November 16, 1839 November 17, 1839 November 18, 1839 November 19, 1839 November 20, 1839
  • Page 125

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    December 11, 1839 ~ Wednesday Dec 11th I took the Parting hand with Elder James & James Ivins & left at 11 oclock A.M. rode 16 miles to Freehold I there took the stage & rode to Middletown point 12 miles & then took steem boat wave to New York. I called upon Elder P. P Pratt in Mott street No 58, whare I found him & Elder Ball. I walked to the ...
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    December 11, 1839 December 12, 1839 December 13, 1839 December 14, 1839
  • Page 127

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    December 21, 1839 ~ Saturday 21st A Stiff fair breeze but most all on board are sea sick we see a sail south of us she left N York the Time we did she is bound for London December 22, 1839 ~ Sunday 22nd Sunday most are still sick a high wind through the day & a high gale at night sea vary rough & boat pitched badly December 23, 1839 ~ Monday 23rd Sea vary rough & winds high many still are sick ...
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    December 21, 1839 December 22, 1839 December 23, 1839 December 24, 1839 December 25, 1839 December 26, 1839 December 27, 1839 December 28, 1839 December 29, 1839 December 30, 1839 December 31, 1839
  • Page 353

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

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    October 31, 1844 ~ Thursday Oct 31st ^1844^ I went to beach in the morning dug 2 bushels of clams. spent the day at Sister Foss Fabyan Carter came in in the evening & brought me a letter from Br Hiram [FIGURE] Clark in New York. [FIGURE] In the evening I baptized & confirmed 4 four members of sister Foss family & also blessed them viz Olive, Ezra, Rhoda, & Phebe, I ...
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    October 31, 1844 November 1, 1844 November 2, 1844
  • Page 359

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

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    November 21, 1844 ~ Thursday 21st After being blockaded with sickness with my children & friends in Scarboro for near a month & surrounded by great darkness during the time for it seems as though the destroyer was trying to hedge up my way to hender me on my mission, & whare the destroyer is their is darkness & sorrow, yet this I morning I feel like biursting their bands & going my way. I took cars at Saco in company with
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    November 21, 1844 November 22, 1844