Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

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  • Page 320

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

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    July 17, 1864 ~ Sunday 17 July 1864 Sunday I met with my circle in the morning I prayed E Hunter was Mouth I attended meeting in the Bowery in the Morning. I preached to the people upon the gospel & had the spirit of the Lord was followed by J V Long in the After noon I did not attend meeting. G A Smith H C Kimball, J Vancott & President Young spoke ...
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    July 17, 1864 July 18, 1864 July 19, 1864 July 20, 1864 July 21, 1864 July 22, 1864 July 23, 1864 July 24, 1864
  • Page 241

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

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    November 10, 1862 ~ Monday Nov 10, 1862 I spent the day at home November 11, 1862 ~ Tuesday 11. I went to Fort Harriman 20 miles November 12, 1862 ~ Wednesday to November 13, 1862 ~ Thursday 12 & 13. I spent the days making a stable & going to the canyon November 14, 1862 ~ Friday 14 I returned to G S. L. City 20 mils The Brethren gave Endowments to day. D. H. Wells ...
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    November 10, 1862 November 11, 1862 November 12, 1862 November 13, 1862 November 14, 1862 November 15, 1862 November 16, 1862 November 17, 1862 November 18, 1862 November 19, 1862 November 20, 1862 November 21, 1862 November 22, 1862 November 23, 1862
  • Page 255

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

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    Feb 3d, 1863 2 officers wounded it is reported that Lieut Darwin Chase (once a Mormon Elder) Mortally wounded. He was ordained into the Quorum of Seventies on the cornor stone of the Temple in Far West at the Time that G. A. Smith and myself was ordained into the Quorum of the Twelve. But Chase went to Calafornia Apostitized Join the Army and a prospect of now Ending his career. Col ...
    Dates:
    February 4, 1863
  • Page 263

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

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    March 14 1863 H. C. Kimball in the forenoon and D. H. Wells Joseph Young & John Taylor in the afternoon. ThePresidency &Quorum of the Twelve & others took Dinner with Brother Call. He is about putting out 10 Acres of orcharding mostly Apple I spent the night with David Sessions March 15, 1863 ~ Sunday 15 Sunday A large assembly gathered & filled the House G. A. Smith W. Woodruff ...
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    March 15, 1863 March 16, 1863 March 17, 1863 March 20, 1863 March 21, 1863 March 22, 1863 March 23, 1863 March 24, 1863 March 25, 1863 March 26, 1863 March 27, 1863 March 28, 1863
  • Page 265

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

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    April 6, 1863 ~ Monday April 6, 1863 Monday The General Conference met this morning. D. H. Wells spoke followed by H. C. Kimball & G. A. Smith in the forenoon 7 A List of Names of the young men was called to go upon a [mission to] Erurope was read before the Assembly. April 7, 1863 ~ Tuesday 7 A vary windey cloudy day. The Quorum of the Twelve prea- ched through the day. An Additional ...
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    April 6, 1863 April 7, 1863 April 8, 1863 April 9, 1863 April 10, 1863 April 11, 1863 April 12, 1863 April 13, 1863 April 14, 1863
  • Page 269

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

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    May 24, 1863 I attended meeting in the morning in the Tabernacle President B Young preached in the forenoon to a large congregation. G. A. Smith & H. C. Kimball spoke in the afternoon. I met in the Evening with the Twelve. John Taylor Prayed & G. A. Smith was mouth May 25, 1863 ~ Monday 25 I spent the day in my Garden May 26, 1863 ~ Tuesday 26 I spent most of the ...
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    June 3, 1862 May 25, 1863 May 26, 1863 May 27, 1863 May 28, 1863 May 29, 1863 May 30, 1863 May 31, 1863 June 1, 1863 June 2, 1863 June 4, 1863
  • Page 208

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

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    April 8, 1862 ~ Tuesday April 8th 1862 Conference met at 10 oclok. Wm Clayton read the Financial report of the Trustee in trust of the Church. J. V. Long read the names of the missionaries. Elder Orson Pratt spoke upon Constitutional Law, followed by a few remarks from G. A. Smith Afternoon smsome business attended to after which Elder L. Snow W Woodruff & President B. Young spoke. April 9 ...
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    April 8, 1862 April 9, 1862 April 10, 1862 April 11, 1862 April 12, 1862 April 13, 1862 April 14, 1862
  • Page 210

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

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    April 15, 1862 ~ Tuesday April 15, 1862 The Senate met at 10 oclok. The President of the Senate made some remarks upon the Business before us. W. Woodruff moved that we make a full organization of the State of Deserete and put the machine in motion. The Senate then went into a committee of the whole and discussed the subject we attended to what business was before us then adjourned till to morrow 1 oclok. I attended the marriage ceremony of a Brother
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    April 15, 1862 April 16, 1862 April 17, 1862 April 18, 1862
  • Page 183

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

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    22 d 18612 not guilty of treason. What kill people for there religion and not be guilty of treason and the whole Nation is guilty of this Now take your rights and maintain them it is time to do it. you have chosen me as your Govornor. I have been the governor all the time of this people and shall be And I will say to you and to all men that I will not hold this office or officiate in it ownly as I shall be dictated by the Holy Priesthood of ...
  • Page 185

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

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    18612 Foreordination. Joseph Smith foreknew the war but He did not foreordain it. S. Rigdon and many others could never see any difference between the two But the Gods & the prophets Foreknow things which they do not Foreordain E. T. Benson Moved that this convention Do now dissolve The minutes were read & Excepted [accepted] The assembly was dismissed by W. W. Phelps January 24, 1862 ~ Friday 24 Friday I spent most of the day in the office ...
    Dates:
    January 24, 1862 January 25, 1862 January 26, 1862 January 27, 1862