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  • Page 117

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

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    November 22, 1841 ~ Monday Nov 22nd I got my Bedroom plastered by J. Hodson November 23, 1841 ~ Tuesday 23rd I spent the day to work at home November 24, 1841 ~ Wednesday 24th [FIGURE] I commenced taking charge of the provision store for the committee of the Nauvoo House I also cut & drew two loads of wood to my door November 25, 1841 ~ Thursday 25th I spent a part of the day ...
    Dates:
    November 22, 1841 November 23, 1841 November 24, 1841 November 25, 1841 November 26, 1841 November 27, 1841 November 28, 1841 November 29, 1841 November 30, 1841 December 1, 1841
  • Page 135

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

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    September 13, 1843 ~ Tuesday 13 I furnished the Editor of the American with an account of the accident. [FIGURE] I visited Br Ezra Carter & his family I wrote 2 letters one to the Editor of the Boston Bee giving an account of the accident & one to Elder Taylor with an account of the accident & sent him 10 subscribers for the papers & wrote a few words to Phebe. I had an interview with Aunt
    Dates:
    September 12, 1843
  • Page 59

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    ARRIVE IN NEW YORK—MEET WITH THE SAINTS THERE. and Evening and Morning Star as his companions, which he read daily. We conversed together for three hours in this solitary abode. He informed me of many things which had trans- pired while he was confined there as a prisoner. Among other things, he mentioned that the jail had taken fire a few days previous to my visit. He said it looked a little like a dark hour. The fire was roaring over his head, while ...
    Dates:
    May 18, 1838 June 12, 1838
  • Page 84

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. The following day, September 2nd, was a painful day to my feelings. It was evident that Brother Taylor had a settled fever upon him, and would not be able to travel. Father Coltrin was resolved to continue his journey, and, in conversing with Brother Taylor, he thought it better for one sick man to be left than for two, as I was so sick with the chills and fever that I was not able to render him any assist- ance, nor, indeed ...
    Dates:
    September 2, 1839 September 18, 1839
  • Page 86

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. commenced speaking to a large congregation, at the same hour that my chill had been in the habit of coming on. I spoke over an hour with great freedom, and my chill left me from that hour, and I had no more attacks for many days. On the Monday following, October 17th, I felt sufficiently restored to health to continue my journey. I took leave of my father and sister, and left for New York, where I arrived ...
    Dates:
    October 17, 1839 November 8, 1839 December 13, 1839 December 19, 1839
  • Page 87

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    ARRIVE IN LIVERPOOL. Our company consisted of 109 souls, composed of Ameri- cans, English, Scotch, Irish, Welsh and Dutch. We arrived in Liverpool dock on the 11th day of January, 1840, having made the voyage from New York in twenty-three days. CHAPTER XXIII. OUR VISIT TO PRESTON—OUR FIRST COUNCIL IN ENGLAND, IN 1840—WE TAKE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF LABOR—A WOMAN POSSESSED OF THE DEVIL—ATTEMPT TO CAST IT OUT AND FAIL—TURN OUT THE UNBELIEVERS, AND THEN SUCCEED—THE EVIL SPIRIT ...
    Dates:
    January 11, 1840 January 13, 1840
  • Page 39

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    SICK HEALED BY THE LAYING ON OF HANDS. upon her head and commanded the devil, in the name of Jesus Christ, to depart out of her. It was immediately done, and the woman arose with great joy, and gave thanks and praise unto God; for, according to her faith, she was made whole from that hour. A child, also, that was sick, was healed by the laying on of hands, according to the word of God. We walked thirty miles to visit another branch of the ...
  • Page 12

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    CONTENTS. CHAPTER XXII. Continue my Journey—Leave Elder Taylor in Germantown— Arrival in Cleveland—Take Steamer from There to Buffalo— Delayed by a Storm—Go to Farmington, my Father's Home —Death of my Grandmother—My Uncle Dies—I preach his Funeral Sermon—Arrive in New York—Sail for Liverpool—Encounter Storms and Rough Weather—Arrive in Liver- pool. Page 72. CHAPTER XXIII. Our Visit to Preston—Our First Council in
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 2 July 1840

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    could not sit up to have my bed made, I was brought verry low in consequence of my situation little Sarah Emma was verry sick at the same time both of our lives were nearly dispaired of but through the mercy of God I got some better so that as soon as my house was called done I went into it, it had no door window or loft in it, and it was a hard matter for me to get it done any way they seamed unwilling to do it, I had ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 8 March 1840

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    Montrose Lee County March 8th 1840 My Dear Willford As this is a memorable day to me I think I cannot spend it better, than in writing to my dear Willford not being unmindful that last sabbath was your birth ^day^ and knowing where we were last march about this time, leads me to exclame Ah! what geat changes may take place in one year and even in much less time— then my Willford was with me— but where is he now— far far from me acrost ...
    Dates:
    March 8, 1840