Thomaston, Knox County, Maine

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  • Page 23

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    March 14, 1838 ~ Wednesday March 14th Walked to the post office & returned to Father Luce's & spent the night distance of the day 10 m March 15, 1838 ~ Thursday 15 I held a prayer meeting at Mr Ebenezar Carver's & spent the night at father Luce. Distance 4 miles March 16, 1838 ~ Friday 16 I walked to Br Starretts & spent the night I found them in affliction I prayed with them {and laid ...
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    March 14, 1838 March 15, 1838 March 16, 1838 March 17, 1838 March 18, 1838 March 19, 1838 March 20, 1838 March 21, 1838 March 22, 1838 March 23, 1838 March 24, 1838 March 25, 1838
  • Page 30

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    April 27, 1838 ~ Friday April 27. We purposed to leave the Island but satan hindered us we spent the night with Br M Luce 3 miles April 28, 1838 ~ Saturday 28 We took the parting hand with the saints at Br Malatiah Luce & left the Island in the morning in an open sail boat in company with Priest Thomas & Br M Luce the wind being agains us we had to row hard for 6 miles against wind & water & tide we ...
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    April 27, 1838 April 28, 1838 April 29, 1838 April 30, 1838 May 1, 1838 May 2, 1838 May 3, 1838 May 4, 1838
  • Page 175

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    September 27, 1837 ~ Wednesday Sept 27th I preached at No. 4. Elder Hale Baptized one Mr Jonathan Burgess. We spent the night at Capt John Carvers distance 6 miles September 28, 1837 ~ Thursday 28th Walked to Mr Anthony Coombs. Elder Hale Baptized Mrs Elizabeth Coombs. I Preached at No. 3. to a large congregation. the spirit of God rested upon me. There is much of the spirit of ...
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    September 27, 1837 September 28, 1837 September 29, 1837 September 30, 1837 October 1, 1837 October 2, 1837 October 3, 1837 October 4, 1837 October 5, 1837 October 6, 1837
  • Page 177

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    October 30, 1837 ~ Monday Oct 30th I visited the Bangor I found a high sea & saw a vessel wreck'd October 31, 1837 ~ Tuesday 31. Spent the day at Mr Ezra Carter's we had a visit from our sister viz. Shuah & Rhoda. We spent the night on board the Bangor November 1, 1837 ~ Wednesday NOV 1st We left the wharf at Portland, at 7 oclock AM. on board the Bangor. Howse Captain ...
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    October 30, 1837 October 31, 1837 November 1, 1837 November 2, 1837 November 3, 1837 November 4, 1837 November 5, 1837 November 6, 1837 November 7, 1837 November 8, 1837 November 9, 1837
  • Page 284

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

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    region we are sensible that the saints will have to be tried whether they will abide in the covenant of God or not even tried unto death. I am satisfyed that all things will work together for the good of the saints, and when they are sufficiently tried they will be delivered The Brethren returned from Saco bringing the latest news which sayes the mormon war had all fizzelid out that the general with his officers had showed their white feathers, & left the field, before a gun was ...
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    July 9, 1844
  • Page 46

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL tember, and these were the first baptisms performed by proper authority upon any of the islands of the sea (to my know- ledge) in this dispensation. Before we left Kirtland some of the leading apostates there had tried to discourage Brother Hale about going upon his mission, telling him he would never baptize any one, and he had better remain at home. When Captain Eames offered himself for baptism, I told Brother Hale to go and baptize him, and prove ...
  • Page 49

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    PART WITH BROTHER HALE, MY COMPANION. We walked from Thomaston to Bath, a distance of forty-six miles, in one day, and at the latter place attended a Baptist convention. I also preached there to a large congregation in the evening, and the people gave good attention and wished to learn more about our doctrines. On the following day we walked thirty-six miles to Portland, and the next day to Scarboro. Here I again met with ...
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    October 9, 1837 October 28, 1837 November 1, 1837 November 5, 1837
  • Page 54

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. of despair, believing that he had committed the unpardonable sin. However, I told him what the unpardonable sin was, and that he had not committed it; but that it was a trick of the devil to make him think so, in order to torment him. He then acknowledged that he went down to the wharf a few evenings before, with the intention of drowning himself, but when he looked into the cold, dark water he desisted and returned home, and had ...
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    March 1, 1838 March 5, 1838
  • Page 3

    Part of Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

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    THE DESERET NEWS. TRUTH AND LIBERTY. No. 20. FILLMORE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1858. VOL VIII. [Column 1] HISTORY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. (FROM HIS OWN PEN.) -[CONTINUED.]- MAY 31—I left my wife and friends in Kirt- land, and walked to Fairport with bro. Hale; we were joined by Milton Holmes, and took the steamer Sandusky and arrived in Buffalo June 1st, and
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    May 31, 1837 June 1, 1837 June 4, 1837 June 10, 1837 June 12, 1837 June 16, 1837 June 19, 1837 June 20, 1837 June 21, 1837 June 22, 1837 June 23, 1837 August 1, 1837 August 7, 1837 August 10, 1837 August 18, 1837 August 19, 1837 September 6, 1837 October 2, 1837 October 3, 1837 October 4, 1837 October 5, 1837 October 6, 1837 October 9, 1837 November 2, 1837 November 15, 1837 November 15, 1837 January 15, 1838 February 13, 1838 March 8, 1838 March 22, 1838 April 4, 1838 April 11, 1838 April 28, 1838 May 7, 1838 May 11, 1838
  • Page 23

    Part of Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

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    of the Methodist church and a priest. The timber is pine, fir, spruce, hem- lock and birch, also gooseberries, raspberries, whortleberries and upland cranberries; bushes and timber grow out of the crevices of the rocks. There is a great amount and variety of fish in the waters around these Islands, viz.: whale, black fish, shark, ground shark, pilot fish, horse mackerel, sturgeon, salmon, halibut, cod, pollock, tomcod, hake, haddock, mackerel, shad, bass, alewives, herring, pohagen, dolphin, whiting, frost fish, flounders, smelt, skate, shrimp, shad, ...
    Dates:
    September 7, 1837 October 2, 1837 October 3, 1837 October 4, 1837 October 5, 1837 October 6, 1837 October 9, 1837 November 2, 1837 November 15, 1837 November 16, 1837 January 15, 1838 February 13, 1838 March 8, 1838 March 22, 1838