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  • Page 251

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

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    LONDON JANY 1st 1841 THE YEAR 1840 It has gone, taken its departure to return no more forever. It has bourn its report to heaven, wheth[er] it be good or bad, its secnes will not again return upon the stage of action to be presented to the eye of man. To the reflecting mind it is evident, that no period of the nineteenth centaury hath presented greater & more important events to the world, & lade a foundation for still greater things to follow in quick succession ...
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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel and Almon Whiting Babbitt, 5 December 1849

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    And now Dear Sir permit me by way of conclusion to say that since you have been at Washigton If I have not written much to you, I have gone before the Lord & bowed my knees in earnest prayer day by day and prayed for your success & prosperity in the glorious cause ^in which^ your are engaged in, also for Dr. Bernhisel believing that you both [was] doing your best to exhert an influence if not with the same individuals that it was all lending ...
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    Part of Letter to Thomas Leiper Kane and John Milton Bernhisel, 8 December 1849

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    New York Dec 8th—49 Col Kane Dear Sir I have just ar[ri]ved in this city and recived your Note together with Dr Bernhisels Letter who are direct from him to me. I wrote to him the evening I ^last^ saw you also sent him another the next day requsting him to take the word Territory out of the petition before it was presented at Washington also remarked that I would rather the bill would be withdrawn than to recieve a Territory ...
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    December 8, 1849
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    Part of Letter to Thomas Leiper Kane and John Milton Bernhisel, 8 December 1849

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    New York Dec 8th–49 Brother Bernhisel Dear Sir I have just ar[ri]ved in this City & obtained your Letters, you will of course follow the instructions you have recved from Head quarters if you fail in a State & go in for a Territory as the last resort I think that every exhertion in any power should be made to get our own officers elected say Brigham Youg [illegible] Governor & go down according to theirs appointment as far as possible ...
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    Part of Letter from Asahel H. Woodruff, 10 May 1837

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    [FIGURES] Asahel H Woodruff would respectfully represent to Mr Wilford Woodruff and his lady that having just read a notice of their union in the holy bands of matrimony, his compliments and warmest wishes are most respectfully urged He tenders his congratulations, with the kindest solicitude for their welfare; and for their happiness and contimued prosperity will ever pray Terra Haute. Ind May 10th 1837 Asahel H W[illegible] Willford Woodruff Woodruff W Woodruff Asahel H Woodruff ...
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    May 10, 1837
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    Part of Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 5 January 1838

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    are there I shall probably see you. I am gratified to learn of your prosperity in temporal business, & I hope you will prosper in spiritual things before you die. You made one request in your letter concerning sister Eunice which I will answer with pleasure. In expressing myself to you upon that subject I shall speak in confidence & unreservedly for, I consider your request to be perfectly consistant with the interest you have taken in her well- fare. Brother Asahel you spoke of being disturbed in your subject by a person coming ...
  • Page 284

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

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    Jan 1st 1858 I spent the day in the office upon my Journal and upon the History of the Church I attended the ward Party at Bellows Hall with my family the Hall was full a large assembly. all seemed to enjoy themselves well in the dance I did not dance. But remained a spectater till 9 oclok I was then called upon to make a few remarks which I did in the following Manner. I said I considder this assembly composed of Gentlemen and Ladies yet I feel disposed to ...
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    January 2, 1858 January 3, 1858
  • Page 295

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

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    Feb 25 you most fully and definately the feelings and views of the citizens of our common Country and of the feelings of the execative towards you relating to the present position of officers of this territory and the armey of the United States now upon yor Borders and after giving you the most satisfactory evidences in relation to matters concerning you now pending I shall then call your attention and wish to enlist your sympathies in behalf of the poor soldiers who are now suffering in the cold & snows of ...
  • Page 311

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

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    May 26 policy and intentions. He said that President Buchanan was not a man to plan or lay wires or chalk out the way for the prosperity of the Nation. If the whole Nation was boiled down into one man and he possessed the knowledge of the whole I could teach him the principle of Law and Government for I know more than the whole of them President Buchanan has manifested the greatest folly of in his official acts of any man that ever occupied the Presidential chair. I know ...
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    May 27, 1858 May 28, 1858 May 29, 1858 May 30, 1858 May 31, 1858 June 1, 1858 June 2, 1858 June 3, 1858 June 4, 1858
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    Part of Letter from A. R. Wright, 3 May 1893

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    Salt Lake City May 3rd1893 President Wilford Woodruff, Dear Brother, Your notification of my appointment, as a missionary to the Eastern States, was received this morning. I will say in reply that I am willing to go, and do the best I can in my feeble way. I am not naturally a talker, but with the help of the Lord, will endeavor to do all I can, to assist in spreading the truth. Praying for your speedy restoration to health, and for the welfare and prosperity of Zion. I remain as ever ...
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    May 3, 1893