Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, British North America

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  • Page 221

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

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    July 14, 1849 ~ Saturday 14th Wind Dead a head we beat up the river got to the town of Machias at 5 oclok after spending a few moments on shore I went to the wharf & went on board of a 5 ton schooner John Eldridge capt & owner we started for Beaver Harbor in Penfield we had a good run & breeze all night distance from Machias port to the Town 7 miles And vary crooked 7 m July ...
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    July 14, 1849 July 15, 1849 July 16, 1849 July 17, 1849
  • Page 222

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

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    doors & windows & buildings as we passed along this was in the edge of the burnt district there has been some vary destructive fires in that city. I spent 2 Hours here then went to Indiantown went on board of the Forest Queen steemer bound for Frederickton 90 miles up the St Johns River it was quite A rainy windy Afternoon yet I walked the Herricane deck to view the country for the scene had now change from A vary rough country to A delightful plesant one for the whole ...
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    July 18, 1849 July 19, 1849 July 20, 1849
  • Page 227

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

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    season instead of fall or winter for those cut in the summer or winter season will not keep over three years bfor in that time all the gum will work out & dry rot will follow & they become as light as A cork And any ship or steem boat will be runied whare they are used, while those cut from Sept to March will last 50 or more years retain the gum & be sound this is important information which I recieved from Joseph Russell who ...
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    August 6, 1849 August 7, 1849 August 8, 1849 August 9, 1849 August 10, 1849 August 11, 1849 August 12, 1849
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Joseph Russell, 24 July 1849

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    Joseph Russells Miramichi July 24th 1849 I will continue my journal from my last letter which was written on the Sunday 15th inst. I stated that next day I exp[e]cted to be in St Johns, but I was disappo[i]nted. on Monday morning I took my carpet bag on my sholder walked 7 miles to the Stage road & waited 3 Hours for the Stage when it came along it was loaded down & would not take me Had left 5 other passengers ...
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    July 24, 1849
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 14 July 1849

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    forecastle of a small sloop, lived mostly upon black tea, land sea bread & Molasses, fresh fish, & Lobsters. I Began to feel Homesick the constant cold fogs, & smoke, filled up my Lungs, I coughed, raised Blood, & fell sick I preached one day in the Harbor to the fishermen, all men, The women were afraid to come ^out^ not knowing what ^A^ Mormon might do. they wanted me to preach more, but I felt more like trying to get on my journey. It was ownly 30 hours sail with good wind to Machias from ...
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    Part of Letter to Joseph Russell, 24 July 1849

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    was to leave For Frederickton which I had to take in an hour aftr I got in the city so I had but little time to see St Johns. I fou[n]d the place had part of it been burned & the rest of it was in great excitemet in consequence of a row they had a day or two before I got there A company of Orangemen marched in p[r]ossessi[o]n the Catholics stoned & [illegible] them they then armed theirselves & fought with pistols guns swords ...
  • Page 41

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    June 27, 1873 Afternoon Prayer By Brother Stainer Loren Farr spoke 20 M[inutes] President B Young 45 Minuts, G. A. Smith 20 June 28, 1873 ~ Saturday 28. Saturday Met at 10 oclok Wm Hyde Prayed President Joseph Young spoke 30 M[inutes], C. C. Rich 11, W. Woodruff 30, F D Richards 17. Afternoon J. F. Smith Prayed John Taylor spoke 60 M, President
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    June 28, 1873 June 29, 1873
  • Page 3

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

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    A large congregation, good order, And attention. this is the last time I have seen Elder Hyde: He went to Washington, to transact some business, And I took steem boat with my family to go East via Lakes. I will here name that while we were Journeying by land we all enjoyed good health And our youngest child which had been vary feeble in health from her birth improv much while on land but as soon as we took water began to run down. And we had to depend on milk we could ...
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    Part of Letter from J. D. McIntosh, 13 January 1895

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    St. John, Jan 13, 1895. Pres. Wilford Woodruff Salt lake City, Dear Bro, At last I reply to yours of Dec. 13, 1894. I would have answered sooner, could I have answered, as I would like to have done. my desire has always been that if ever I were called on a mission that I could could reply, that I am ready and willing to go where and when asked. I am sorry to have to report that I ...