Palestine

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  • Page 139

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

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    We took the parting hand with each other & Elder Richard took the cars for Manchester & I took coach for West Bromwich 5 miles & called upon Sister Mary Packard at Mr's Duffrell Church Tavern West Bromich she informed me that Elder Turley was in another part of the town & had commenced Baptizing sister Packard accompanied me to Brother John Robinson Gritts Green near Bromwich thes friends received me kindly ...
    Dates:
    June 24, 1840 June 25, 1840 June 26, 1840
  • Page 140

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

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    under ground at work in the midst of fire, Brimston, Sulpher, Gas & Cole &c. the whole face of the earth & heavens air & horizon, men, women, & houses, are filled & covered with the composition of fire, cinders Gas, sut, & smooke of their miserry & labours that assended up out of their piles, firnesses, & pitts from day to day & from year to year. in fine, it is more like Hell in comparrison than any place I have as yet visited. (Uncommon) A boy by the name of ...
    Dates:
    June 27, 1840 June 28, 1840
  • Page 407

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

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    In all these things I see not a vestage of the trumpary of modern human institutions Either of democracy whigery monarchy or Arisstocricy I see nothing in fact but religion standing forth in its own native simplicity & clad in the panoply of its own legiteimate heavenly powers giving government & Laws to Nations and appointing and Anointing majestrates kings & Judges to administer the same. But leaving for a moment the events of palestine I glance for ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Ilus F. Carter, 10 July 1840

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    Emigration of the Saints to that country is rapid commerce is grow- ing fast, the work rolling on many are being baptized, &c. (Willford Woodruff Jr. first made his appearance at Montrose On the 22nd day of March 1840 & in two weeks after attended the general conference at commerce with his Mother who was quite well & comfortable.) they had quite an interesting time at conference rising of 70 was Baptized two of the Twelve viz ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from J. M. Sjödahl, 22 September 1888

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    OFFICE OF DESERET NEWS COMPANY PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, Cor. South and East Temple Ste. Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 22, 1888 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City, Dear brother, In answer to your kind communication of yesterday, allow me to say, that I feel perfectly willing to do whatever the Lord requires me to do; I have no higher desire than to be in His hands and performe this work. A mission to Turkey would indeed be a granting of a secret desire ...
    Dates:
    September 22, 1888
  • Page 292

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    January 22, 1890 ~ Wednesday Jan 22, 1890 I signed 12 Recommends I received 9 Letters I wrote 2 letters to Newton & Sarah I spent the night at the Gardo January 23, 1890 ~ Thursday 23 I signed 2 Recommends. I received 3 Letters I went to the farm & spent the night January 24, 1890 ~ Friday 24 I signed 77 Recommends I received 12 Letters I had an interview with
    Dates:
    January 22, 1890 January 23, 1890 January 24, 1890 January 25, 1890 January 26, 1890 January 27, 1890 January 28, 1890 January 29, 1890 January 30, 1890 January 31, 1890
  • Page 46

    Part of Journal (January 1893 – April 1897)

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    October 7, 1893 ~ Saturday AuOct 7, 1893 Conference Met at 10 oclok F M Lyman G Teasdale A. H Cannon spoke in the forenoon At Noon David H Cannon was set apart to Preside over St George Temple Joseph F Smith was Mouth Afternoon the Authorities of the Church were Presented & report of the work in the S. L. Temple was read. B Young spok 30 ...
    Dates:
    October 7, 1893 October 8, 1893 October 9, 1893 October 10, 1893 October 11, 1893 October 12, 1893
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Richard Theodore Haag to the First Presidency, 4 November 1892

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    Salt Lake City, November 4th 1892. To the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dear Brethren: Permit me to make the following petition in behalf of the widow and children of my brother Elder Adolf Haag, who died while on his mission in Palestine, Oct. 3, 1892. Elder Adolf Haag was 27 1/2 years of age and had lived in Utah as a faithful saint for ten years before his ...
    Dates:
    November 4, 1898