St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri

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  • Page 243

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

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    & Publications J. S. Buckingham. I know of no man that has traveled more extensively, am ong all natiouns in the nineteenth centaury than Mr Buckingham his travels in Asia & esspecially in India have been Published through the United States & been read with much interest, & Mr Buckingham had just returned to London from a tour through the United States whare he had spent two years in visiting nearly evry city & town from Bangor to New orleans ...
  • Page 81

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    at Elm street Between fifth & sixth st Elder Smith was quite sick through the night. I dreamed that Br Joseph was taken with another writ to be tried in Illinois Elder B Young also dreamed that we were called home the distance from the mouth of the Ohio to Cincinnati is 538 miles July 14, 1843 ~ Friday 14th We had an interview in the morning with Br Hedlock &
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    July 14, 1843 July 15, 1843
  • Page 163

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    July 23, 1842 ~ Saturday JULY 23rd The time had come when we were under the necessity of having a new stock of paper & other materials for the printing office & book binders which could not be purchased short of St Lowis & Joseph appointed me to go to St Lowis & purchase the articles & as it fell to my lot to perform the journey & business. I aranged my affairs & on Saturday this 23rd of July ...
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    July 23, 1842 July 28, 1842 July 29, 1842 July 30, 1842 July 31, 1842
  • Page 164

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    day & night but lighted the boat during the time August 1, 1842 ~ Monday Aug 1st An exceding cold day & night & morning as for myself I am in almost evry kind of trouble A severe cold has settelled throughout my body I have the Rheumatism, teeth ake, head ake, bones ake, have got the musketoe fever, Bilious fever, & sick stomack, & am fearful that if we run on to many more sand bars & am many more weeks getting to St Louis & ...
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    August 1, 1842 August 2, 1842 August 3, 1842
  • Page 165

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    continued at it untill 2 oclock got all goods & things on board the steem boat Rapids & Bills of Ba Fraite made out got dinner went to bed tired & sick enough. Left St Louis at 6 oclock PM August 4, 1842 ~ Thursday 4th Traveld well through the day run on to some sand bars had to get a lighter & light of[f] from one of them I contined to suffered much with pain in the head & canker in the mouth I ...
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    August 4, 1842 August 5, 1842 August 6, 1842 August 10, 1842
  • Page 174

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    November 28, 1842 ~ Monday to November 30, 1842 ~ Wednesday 28th, 29, 30, Spent the time in the printing Office & running about town to get a team ready to go to St Louis for paper we had another severe snow storm on the 29th on the 30th a team & man came to the printing office to go to St Louis but Wm W Phelps who was going was sick & postpond it untill the ...
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    November 28, 1842 November 30, 1842 December 1, 1842 December 2, 1842 December 3, 1842 December 4, 1842 December 5, 1842 December 6, 1842 December 7, 1842 December 8, 1842 December 10, 1842
  • Page 74

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    tell the truth & speak of things he knows. The Elders were also addressed by Elder B Young July 4, 1843 ~ Tuesday JULY 4th 1843 [FIGURE] As the Romans took particular notice of any singular event as ominous of Good or evil so I will record a small circumstance that took place in my house this morning. Soon after I arose in the morning on this 4th Day of July my wword while hanging in its usual place unsheathed of itself & the ...
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    July 4, 1843
  • Page 78

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    July 5, 1843 ~ Wednesday July 5th My masons got together to comme nce laying brick on my house but our door & window frames not being made part of them went home but some staid but performed but little work July 6, 1843 ~ Thursday 6th I had an interview with Br Fidoe who has taken a job of Building my house he informed the fraims were not yet made & thought it best to dismiiss the masons for a season we did ...
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    July 5, 1843 July 6, 1843 July 7, 1843 July 8, 1843
  • Page 79

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    I called upon Mr Wm Philips No 54 Main street St Louis, & bought of him the following bill of paper for Taylor & Woodruff in co 4 Reams of printing paper 24x38 $5 $20.00 4 Reams of " paper 23x33 3.50 $14.00 $34.00 paid cash on the above paper $34.00 The following is the bill of paper & Ink bought by Milliken for Taylor & Woodruff of Mr Philips 4 Reams of Paper ...
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    July 9, 1843
  • Page 80

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    It was quite a cold rainy morning, we passed the shot towers about 6 miles below the City on a steep Bluff we passed the rock tower at 6 oclock P M July 10, 1843 ~ Monday 10th We entered the mouth of the Bold Ohio about 2 oclok in the morning distance from St Louis to the mouth of the Ohio 180 miles we reached Padukah at 8 oclok & Smithland at 10 ...
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    July 10, 1843 July 11, 1843 July 12, 1843 July 12, 1843