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  • Page 189

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

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    Ours As Brothers that his People should not steal from our People if any of them did let him know it And He would Punish them And stop it. the Brethren told him they did not want his men to steal from the calafornians for we were at peace with them. Walker replyed my men {[illegible]} hate the spanyards And will steal from them And I cannot help it Brothers Daniel Browett, Allen And Cox were all killed by A Band of Diggers in ...
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    January 25, 1849 January 26, 1849 January 27, 1849 January 28, 1849 January 29, 1849
  • Page 190

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

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    January 30, 1849 ~ Tuesday 30th I went to Boston And bought A coking stove paid $12. January 31, 1849 ~ Wednesday 31st [FIGURE] I wrote two letters one to Samuel Brannan & [FIGURE] one to James Fergeson to send by the hand of A. Badlam who is About to start for the bay of San Francisco I Also wrot Elder Allexander ^B.^ two recommends one to Samuel ...
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    January 30, 1849 January 31, 1849 February 1, 1849 February 2, 1849
  • Page 193

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

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    February 15, 1849 ~ Thursday Feb 15th 18489 [FIGURES] To President Young And Council 2 sheets On Territorial Bills And Government 1 sheet To Historian 1 sheet I wrote A letter to President Young And Council containing two full sheets of fools cap writing in my Journal Hand giving an account of my leaving Council Bl[uffs] my meetings at Mount Pisgah & Garden Grove, My providential delivery from Death, visit at the Temple &
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    February 15, 1849
  • Page 7

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Council, 15 February 1849

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    to Philadelphia to collect means of the world for the Saints. And fed, and clothed, & paid the travelling feas of scores of the Elders &c &c. On his return from Phili his Employer turned him out of house & home. His creditors came upon him for their pay, He found himself in debt about $1,400. He made a settlement & gave notes: in some instances ownly 50 per cent was asked. Another varnish maker stept forward And let him have $1000 worth of stock to make into varnish to pay his debts ...