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  • Page 255

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

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    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 108

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

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    Mr George Miller offered himself for Baptism after meeting. I rode to McComb from then[ce] to Father John Coltrins & spent the night. I was weak & feble with the exercises of the day distance 14 m August 12, 1839 ~ Monday Aug 12th Br Taylor Baptized Mr Miller. I spent the day with Br Zebedee Coltrin. I am gaining in strength I spent the night at Br John Vance 8 m ...
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    August 12, 1839 August 13, 1839 August 14, 1839 August 15, 1839 August 16, 1839 August 17, 1839 August 18, 1839
  • Page 113

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

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    Elder Taylors sickness he suffered much he appears now to have the billious fever settelled upon him I felt quite Ill myself this was a dark & gloomy day may the Lord have mercy upon us & not suffer our way to be hedged up I pray 14 m September 1, 1839 ~ Sunday Sept 1st 1839 This is the first day of fall Sunday. Elder Taylor felt much better we concluded to spend the day in the place & preach to the people. It was a german ...
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    September 1, 1839 September 2, 1839
  • Page 30

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    The principal towns villages and distance from Richland, N Y. to Kirtland Ohio and to Liberty Clay Co Missouri which road I traveled in 1834 comme nsing the 11th day of Aprail From Richland = to Oswego 20 miles = Oswego to Rochester 70 = Rochester = Leroy 25 = Leroy = Batavia 10 = Batavia to Buffalo 39 from Buffalo to Cataragua 30 = Cataragua = Freedona ...
  • 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 73

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

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    November 25, 1838 ~ Sunday Nov 25 Sunday we spent the day at the In[n] resting ourselves & beasts we have had several days of warm plesent weather & good roads but this morning it snows some & is cold. Mrs Woodruff is quit[e] sick the pain & fever is increasing in her head. we do not at all times know what lies before ^us^ Lord prepare her to pass through all her trials I pray [FIGURE] I wrote a Letter to Brother Asahel H Woodruff in Terrehaute it ...
    Dates:
    November 25, 1838 November 26, 1838 November 27, 1838 November 28, 1838 November 29, 1838 November 30, 1838 December 1, 1838
  • Page 38

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

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    June 25, 1854 ~ Sunday 25 Sunday I spent the day at home writing the sermons of the presidency June 26, 1854 ~ Monday 26 I spent the day ploughing & hoeing potatoes in the big field June 27, 1854 ~ Tuesday Adjourned Confernece met this morning upon the June 27th 1854 Anniversary of the death of the prophets [FIGURE] Joseph & Hiram Smith [w]Ho was martered in Carthage Jail. Conference opened at 10 oclok by singing & prayer By
    Dates:
    June 25, 1854 June 26, 1854 June 27, 1854 June 28, 1854 June 29, 1854 June 30, 1854 July 1, 1854 July 2, 1854 July 3, 1854 July 4, 1854 July 5, 1854 July 8, 1854
  • Page 54

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    January 1, 1867 ~ Tuesday Jan 1st 1867 The year 1867 is before us, every year grows more and more important in the great Events of the Last days as we Approach nearer and nearer the coming of the Son of Man. The Events of the last days will be awful for the wicked, and Blessed for the righ[t]e- ous. The Lord hath commenced a controversy with the Nations and he will never cease untill that consu- mption decreed will be fulfilled upon all the wicked what 1867 will bring ...
    Dates:
    January 1, 1867
  • Page 232

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

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    it was quite A Busy day with me in the city getting such Articles As I neaded I Also bought An umbrella paid $2 for it. Father was quite unwell through the day with lameness in his hip we started for St Louis at 6 oclok April 7, 1846 ~ Tuesday 7th We Arived at Louisville And spent several hours we then passed over the falls & continued our journey It rained most of the day I wrote [FIGURE] ...
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    April 7, 1846 April 8, 1846 April 9, 1846 April 10, 1846
  • Page 179

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

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    THUS ends the Year of eighteen hundred and forty eight A Year big with events, a year in which the fig tree hath rapidly put forth her leaves & blossomed for the summer A year which has lade the foundation for the fulfillment of more Prophesy & Revelation than has been fulfilled in whole centuries in other ages. Thrones have been cast down, whole Kingdoms have been overturned, the power of the Pope of Rom[e] laid prostrate & he driven from his Kingdom. All the nations of the Earth convulsed Revolutions, wars anarchy ...