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  • Page 104

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

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    Er Joseph Fielding rep. the Church at Alston Cumberland con[sisting] of 40 M. 2 E 2 P. 2 T. Er Wd Richards rep. the Church at Brampton consisting of 30 M. 1 E. 1 P. Also the Church at Bedford consi[sting] of 40 M 1 E. 1 P. Also the Church in Scotland consisting of 21 M. 3 E. The meeting was then adjourned for 1 hour ...
  • Page 106

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

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    Mooved by Er Young & Secd by P P Pratt that this Conference be adjourned till the 6th Day of July next to be held in Preston at 10 oclok A.M. Carried The Meeting then Adjourned Heber C Kimble President Wm Clayton Clerk The whole Number of the Saints in England & Scotland including official members is Saints 1671 Elders 34 Priest ...
  • Page 111

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

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    April 14, 1840 ~ Tuesday to April 16, 1840 ~ Thursday Thus I spent the 14, 15, ^&^ 16 of April siting in coun cil with my Brethen the Twelve & the Saints. I preached in the evening of the 15th, in the Tempera nce Hall to a crouded congregation. I felt Happy to have the privilege of sitting in council with my Brethen the Twelve in a foreign Nation to do the work of the Lord After our council closed on the 16th I walked with Elder
    Dates:
    April 14, 1840 April 16, 1840 April 17, 1840 April 18, 1840
  • Page 254

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

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    events than the Latter Day Saints. Let us for a moment take a survey of 1840 which has been a year of interest among all Nations. This is the tenth year of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. the church has never been as prosperous as through 1840 though she has just passed through a seene of unparelled persecution by the whole state of Missouri, who has driven, robed & murdered many of ther saints, & entirly expeled from the state about 12,000 ...
  • Page 223

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

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    Scotland & Ireland, supporting the Imperial Crown of Great Britain, and holding in their hands the sceptre sword of state, and ensigns of Knighthood their bodies are adorned with festoons of laurels, which fall from thence towards the four corners. The inside of the Body is - lined with rich scarlet embos^s^ed velvet, superbl[y] laced and embroidered with gold as follows: In the centre of the Roof is the star, encircled by the collar of the Order of the Garter and surmoun- ted by the ...
  • Page 239

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

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    Join the Saints he said it made a division among the commity some were for going with him & some opposing. I thank God that there bgegins to be a little stir in this City, we have had some good dreams of late about ketch- ing fish, & I hope we may soon realize it by Baptizing many souls for we have laboured hard in this City for many weeks & with great expens & baptized as yet ownly 19 souls but we will not despise the Day of small things ...
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    December 21, 1840 December 22, 1840
  • Page 4

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    The recepts of the office during the same time was ownly £[blank]— [blank]— [blank] leaving the office in debt at the present time £[blank]— [blank]— [blank]— [blank] as a balance between recepts & expendutures. I also informed Br Young of the deep laid plot of our enemies John Greenhow Samuel Bennett & others of trying to rob the Church in England of the copyright of the doctrins & Covenants &c [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to M [blank] ^Secretary at Stationers Hall ...
    Dates:
    March 3, 1845 March 4, 1845 March 5, 1845
  • Page 9

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    Total Height 24 [ft] 6 [in] Circumference of outward Plinth 95— 4 Pedestial 58— 0 The figures are all of the proportions of 7 feet The weight of bronze of which the Monument is composed is estimated at upwards of 22 tons Lord Nelson was born the 29th of September 1758 The whole range of buildings called the exchange cost £110848 Pounds Flaging cost £36000 Pounds Town Hall cast £156000 Pounds After visiting this monument we went through several of the most splendid streets in the city & returned 6 miles ...
  • Page 10

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    Guirock, Greennock, Port Glasgoow, Dumbarton in Dumbartonshire at the mouth of the river Leven, at the mouth of this river stands the rock so noted in the history of Scotland called Dumbarton casthe [castle] on which is stationed a ridgment of soldiers to protet the river Clyde, we had a fair view of Bells monument erected in memory of John Bell the first that run a steemer up the river Clyde to
  • Page 17

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    above the level of the sea & is accessable ownly on the eastern side, all the others being nearly Perpendicular. The Castle is of great antiquity & has been held as a fortres from the earliest times. In 1093 it was besieged by Donald Bane Brother to king malcolm it was taken by the English 1296, Retaken & demolished by Randolph— 1313 Rebuilt by Edward third— surprised by Wm Douglas 1341— And by Albany 1482, taken by the Regent from Queen Mary 1573 taken by Cromwell 1650 and by W