St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Middlesex, England

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  • Page 162

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

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    August 22, 1840 ~ Saturday 22nd [FIGURE] P I received a letter from Mrs Woodruff under date of July 2nd which I was truly rejoice to receive, [FIGURE] I wrote her one in return a double letter one yesterday & on[e] to day {and enclosed} 1/2 {sovereign for Sarah and Wilford} we also received a letter from B. Young & a copy of the 4th
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    August 22, 1840 August 23, 1840 August 24, 1840
  • Page 163

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

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    in the world at the present time excepting the Vatican ^Church^ at Rome dedicated St Peter. It is 500 feet long from E to W. & 285 wide from N to S. & 404 fet. high & it contains 47 monuments of fine marble erected over the tombs of certain Lords, Bishops, Generals, Earls & other Titles who have distinguish themselves in the military service of Great Britiain & otherwise Lord Nelsons Monument is the largest & most noted. their Bodies are placed in vaults under the building & their ...
  • Page 172

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

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    September 6, 1840 ~ Sunday 6th Sunday I preached in the morning at Bowl Court 237 Shoreditch was followed by Elders Kimball & Smith. Also we held a meeting in Tabernacle square at 3 oclock & Elders Kimball & Smith preached in the street & I followed them in Bearing testimony one man arose & opposed us & was angry becaus of the truth of God, & conti nued opposing untill the conversation was stoped by the Police. We met again ...
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    September 6, 1840 September 7, 1840
  • Page 159

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

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    costly merchantdize wharewith thou art adorn ed even as the Capital of great Babylon. I am ready to ask myself what am I & my Brethren here for, & as the spirit answers to warn thee of thine abominations & to exhort the[e] to repent of thy wickedness & prepare for the day of thy visit ation thy mourning thy calamity & thy wo. I am ready to cry out Lord who is sufficient for these things. O Mighty God of Jacob cloth us with thy power. Let the power of the Priesthood ...
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    August 19, 1840 August 20, 1840
  • Page 160

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

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    August 21, 1840 ~ Friday 21st This was the most interesting day of my life as far as viewing the splended works of man was concerned. I started in company with Elders Kimble, & G. A. Smith. for a walk over the City of London we crossed over London Bridge, through King Williams St & passed through several other streets visited the cup & garden, passed through St Martin street & court, &
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    August 21, 1840
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 5 October 1840

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    Manchester England October 5th. 1840 My Dear Wife I once more call your attention to a perusal ^of^ a few Lines from me as it as been about a Month since I sent my last which I sent with Brother Turley. I have many things upon my mind which I should like to communicate to you even more than I should be able to write upon this sheet but the remainder I will communicate from time to time as I shall have oppertunity ...
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    October 5, 1840
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Heber C. Kimball and George A. Smith, 12 September 1840

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    Leigh, Gloucestershire, England. Sept 12th, 1840. Elder H. C. Kimball & G. A. Smith. Beloved Brethern, I am in the midst of the saints at the Leigh enjoying good health & spirits. & while meditating upon the scenes which have transpired with me during the last 23 days which has been spent with you on a mission in the City of London, I feel disposed to pen a few of my thoughts on paper for your perusal. Brethren this ...
  • Page 39

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] We were now in England's great met- ropolis to sound to it the first procla- mation of the Latter-day Work: for Heber C. Kimball, George A. Smith, and my- self were the three first elders in London to preach the Gospel and establish the Church of Latter-day Saints. We took a walk into the city, passed London Bridge twice, and returned and spent the night at the King's Arms. On ...
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    August 21, 1840 August 23, 1840 August 24, 1840 August 25, 1840 September 7, 1840
  • Page 41

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] heard, and they wished him to speak to them again. He did so and addressed them at considerable length, and after- ward several invited him home to their houses. While he was away a man who had been a preacher came to Mr. Corner's; I gave him a brief account of the great work of God in the last days and they received the things which I spake unto them. Mr. Corner offered himself for baptism. This was the ...
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    August 31, 1840 September 2, 1840 September 6, 1840 September 9, 1840
  • Page 45

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] performance of our own missionary labors we circulated and posted hand- bills. The following is a copy of the first placard of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints posted in England's great metropolis. "He that judgeth a matter before he heareth is not wise." THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS meet for pub- lic worship at Mr. J. Barrett's Academy, 57 King's Square, Goswell Road—(en- trance door in President Street) every Sabbath at 3 and half ...
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    October 22, 1840 November 1, 1840 December 3, 1840