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  • Page 395

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

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    March 26 waiting for two witnesses on their way down with Dodson the Judge is sitting as an examining magistrate and is aresting evry man he can and putting him under military guard without any reguard to whether he is guilty or innocent it is another Missouri Military mob court and evry exertion is making by the court and Armey to get up a row and collission with the Saints so that the speculators can keep an armey here to make money out of the Government without any reguard to the ...
    Dates:
    March 27, 1859 March 28, 1859 March 29, 1859
  • Page 182

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

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    January 21, 1862 ~ Tuesday 21st Jan 1862 We met in committees to day. I Blessed my Daughter who was 8 days old & gave her the name of Sylva Malvina it has cleared off & we have sun shine to day we have had a great amount of water fall in this Territory this fall & winter we allso hear of great floods in Calafornia Origon & the Eastern States January 22, 1862 ...
    Dates:
    January 21, 1862 January 22, 1862
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Jedediah M. Grant, 1 August 1845

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    Stanley Buildings Bath Street Liverpool Aug 1st 1845 Elder J M. Grant Beloved Brother your highly interesting letter of July 13th came to hand yesterday by the steem ship also Nauvoo & New York papers, several letters from Boston & one from Father Woodruff! far in Connecticut & you may rest assured they all met a most welcome reception and the contents & spirit of your letter set our souls on fire. Elders Wilson, Ward, Hedlock, & M ...
    Dates:
    August 1, 1845
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from W.S. Falkenburg, 30 October 1890

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    W. S. FALKENBURG, SENIOR DEPUTY HEAD CONSUL FOR COLORADO AND UTAH. PACIFIC JURISDICTION. COLORADO MONTANA IDAHO OREGON WYOMING UTAH WASHINGTON NEVADA CALIFORNIA OFFICE OF SENIOR DEPUTY HEAD CONSUL Modern Woodmen of America. PACIFIC JURISDICTION. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, .10 / 30 - 1890. Wilford Woodruff, President Church of Latter Day Saints. Respected, and Dear Sir- If agreeable to yourself, I would ...
    Dates:
    October 30, 1890
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 12 January 1878

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    W. Woodruff, 12 Jan 1878 Report regarding Js. H. Ridges Nephi 12 Jan 1878 presidet John Taylor Sale Lake City Dear Brothe We arried here all safe. There is a subject that I wished to say a few words about and that is to make a report about Brother Ridges [] on [t] Oregon. I called the day before I left at [the] [Johemad] upon Brother Olson, He gave me to understand that Brother Ridges ...
    Dates:
    January 12, 1878
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 12 January 1878

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    the Later for president Youngs family I felt it my Duty to [share] this and I do not think it just to acknowledge his Claim's I think one half of his Charges should be taken from his Account during the past year and then we wont pay very Dear for the work done. I think he ought to be dismissed from [Labor] upon that Oregon or any Labor for the Church, for I am Satisfied in my own Mind that He is very dishonest in his Charges and I ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from George Romney, 24 September 1888

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    Salt Lake City, Sept. 24, 1888. President Woodruff, Dear Brother: In answer to your letter of the 20th inst. in which you desire my opinion respecting Brother Locander's suitableness as a missionary, I would say that his antecedents are unknown to me; I suspect, however, from what I can learn that before joining the Church he led a fast life. He came here from California, having passed through Utah on his way to that place ...
    Dates:
    September 24, 1888
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to George Albert Smith, 28 May 1856

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    Smith gave them to me. Elder O. Hyde sent a letter to you which Bathsheba gave me to read, and I thought she had better send it to you, and she did so. Your letters contained a good deal of matter upon various subjects. Sister Smith has been to Utah a week, she has just returned and is well. The California Mail arrivd on the 24th brought some letters and papers. some letters from C. C. Rich, a spicy one from F. Sherwood; it ...
  • Page 9

    Part of Letter to the Editor of the Western Standard, 3 July 1857

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    this is the man Not writes to swallow up Utah & build a gallows to Hang the Governor & all his illegible upon But by way of conditions concerning him I would ask ^how^ what will the Hon Judge disperes of his two Mrs Drummonds Real living wives illegible as He is inspired with such Holy Honor against the mormons for Having more than one wife Or is that ^become^ admissible in the Christian world in this last age of civilization & Refinement with all men inasmuch ...
  • Page 269

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    October 20, 1889 ~ Sunday October 20, 1889. I spent the day at home, and prepared for my trip to North West Territory, Canada. October 21, 1889 ~ Monday 21st I left my home in a carriage about 6 a.m. on the way we nearly tipped over. at 6.45 a.m. we started on a special train provided by Hon John W. Young, for our trip to the north. made a good run to Pocatello, ...
    Dates:
    October 20, 1889 October 21, 1889 October 22, 1889 October 23, 1889