Tabernacle Square, London, Middlesex, England

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  • Page 28

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

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    turned a Deaf ear to their cries. O America it is because of these things that thou art weighed in the balance & found wanting. from this time forth perplexity shall rest upon the nation, confusion reign in thy government, wisdom righteousness & truth will depart from thy senators & rulers, Discord & folly shall shall sit in thy congress & senate, thy shame shall be known among the nations of the Earth thy pride shall be humbled in the dust & thy haughtiness laid low, the heads of thy ...
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    February 13, 1841
  • Page 33

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

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    February 18, 1841 ~ Thursday Feb 18th [FIGURE] I wrote a letter to Phebe requested her to answer it & direct to New York in care of Ilus F Carter & Just as I had finished it I [FIGURE] received A Package from Pickfords Boat on opening it contained the 10 No of the Star several of the Times & Seasons, one Letter from Sister Eunice & Mother Woodruff which was vary interesting Also one ...
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    February 18, 1841 February 19, 1841 February 20, 1841 February 21, 1841
  • Page 6

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

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    JANuary 1st 1841 I find myself this New Years morning in com- pany with Elder H. C. Kimball. at No 40 Ironmonger Row Saint Lukes LONDON The Metropolis of England, the largest commercial city in the world Population 1,600,000. We are enjoying good health & spirits [FIGURE] I received a letter from Elder H. Glover I celebrated this new years Day by Baptizing two persons in a bath at Tabernacle Square. We dined at Doctor Copeland'ss, we read a letter sent ...
  • Page 12

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

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    She is firm & unmoved in the great cause in which she is ingaged. My Prayer is that Peace health & Strength may rest upon her & her children & may the Lord make her usful, O Lord work by whome thou wilt but work & send by whom thou wilt but send, that thy cause may roll on in this city & to thee O Lord shall be all the glory. Mr Alburn informed the people he should soon be a member of the Church of Latter Day Saints & wished others ...
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    January 11, 1841 January 12, 1841
  • Page 16

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

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    We took a walk in the afternoon with Doctor Copeland we visited the largest Docks in London, we first visited St Catherine's Dock, & after viewing the shiping & freight of evry Description We then visited London Dock, & among many other things we saw one of the greatest curiosities in London or the world viz the Eastern wine vault. This is much the Largest Wine vault in the world, it is altogether under ground & covers nine English acres the whole vault ...
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    January 24, 1841 January 25, 1841
  • Page 40

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. [Column 1] speech. On the following day, we started out to try to get some doors opened for preaching. Brother Kimball went to one part of the city and Brother Smith and myself to another. We called upon two Baptist ministers and asked one for his chapel. In the evening we attended a Methodist meeting in Long Lane. Next day we again went to the Tem- perance Hall, in St. George's Road ...
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    August 30, 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 ...
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    August 31, 1840 September 2, 1840 September 6, 1840 September 9, 1840
  • Page 47

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

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    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] Malvern Hill, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Oxford, London. Traveled 4,469 miles; held 230 meetings, and established 53 places for preaching; I planted 47 churches and jointly organized them. These churches were chiefly comprised in the two conferences raised up in Here- fordshire, consisting of about 1,500 Saints, 28 elders, no priests, 24 teachers, and 10 deacons. The baptisms of the year were three hundred and thirty-six persons ...
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    January 15, 1841 February 8, 1841 February 11, 1841
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 January 1841

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    I dined with her state coachman, his wife made me a present for Mrs Woodruff. 12th I wrote a few lines to Phebe Br Kimballs letter. 16th I received an interesting letter from sister Eunice Woodruff. Phebe requests me to get my portrait taken. I have complyed with her request & taken my first sitting Dec 23rd by an Italian Artist of the first class By the name of Fillippo Pistrucci I formed an acquaintance with him by means ...
  • Page 14

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine Chapter 2

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    134 TULLIDGE'S QUARTERLY MAGAZINE. speech. On the following day, we started out to try to get some doors opened for preaching. Brother Kimball went to one part of the city and Brother Smith and myself to another. We called upon two Baptist ministers and asked one for his chapel. In the evening we attended a Methodist meeting in Long Lane. Next day we again went to the Tem- perance Hall, in St. George's Road near the Elephant and Castle, and ...
    Dates:
    August 30, 1840 September 7, 1840