Salford, Lancashire, England
Excerpt:February 25, 1845 ~ Tuesday 25th I took the parting hand with Elders Sheets & Ure & many saints & left Bradford in Coach & rode to Brighouse 8 miles then took cars & roade to Manchester 34 miles stoped at Elder Druce No 6 Sandford Street Broughton Road Salford, & took dinner From thence to Br Sheldens 43 Lombard street Deansgate Br Flint ...Dates:February 25, 1845 February 26, 1845 February 27, 1845
Excerpt:up his abode their whare he is made comfortable by the kind treatment of sister Shelden who is a worthy sister indeed February 18, 1845 ~ Tuesday 18th [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to Elder H. Clark I spent the fore part of the day at Br Sheldens. I visited Mr Thomas Holbrook at 37 Oxford Street Manchester his Lady is a saint at heart. ** In the afternoon in company with EldersDates:February 18, 1845 February 19, 1845
Excerpt:April 4, 1845 ~ Friday 4th I took cars in the morning in company with Mrs Woodruff & rode to Manchester was met at the rail road by Elders Holmes Stratten & Ross I took up my abode with John Druce No 6 Sandford street Broughton road Salford I had an interview with a number of the Saints distance 30[m] April 5, 1845 ~ Saturday ...Dates:April 4, 1845 April 5, 1845 April 6, 1845
Excerpt:brought up again this morning to be finished it was organized with a President, Secretary, Treasurer, And 15 Directers its capitol was to be £30000 Pounds divided into 60000 shares at 10/ each, its object to esstablish manufacturery in Nauvoo or other parts of America, to enter into those branches of business that would require the least capitol & employ the most hands & bring the greatest Profit. (The whole organization is published in the 11 No of the 5 vol of the Mil Star). After this ...