William Allgood

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  • Page 174

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

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    acres of ground, & evry door, enterance, & gate was strongly guarded by armed soldiers. I walk ed nearly around this palace & while there I had the privilege of seeing his Royal Highness PRINCE ALBERT While he rode from his Palace across St James Park he was mounted on a gray horse was followed by his groom on a sorrel horse. He was not accompanied by her Magesty Victoria or any other person except his groom, he was dressed in a frock coat & dark ...
    Dates:
    September 9, 1840 September 10, 1840
  • Page 158

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

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    August 18, 1840 ~ Tuesday AUG 18th 1840 [FIGURE] London We took Coach at Cheltenham ^9 AM^ & rode 40 miles through a level country having quite the appearance of the Illinois & Missouri prairies occupied altogether for farming, we past three villages & thousands of acres of wheat & barley fields in the midst of harvest part of which was cut & part was standing, we past thro gh Oxfordshire & in about 8 miles of ...
    Dates:
    August 18, 1840
  • Page 208

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

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    November 10, 1840 ~ Tuesday 10th I took the parting hand with Elder G A. Smit[h] who started for Birmingham so I am now left alone again [FIGURE] I finished writing the letter to Father & Mother Carter & mailed it I wrote lengthy & answered sister Foss Letter. I wrote a letter [FIGURE] to Elder W. Richards. I preached at 8 oclock at the Academy November 11, 1840 ~ ...
    Dates:
    November 10, 1840 November 11, 1840 November 12, 1840 November 13, 1840
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 18 August 1840

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    was cut & part standing. We passed through Oxfordshire & in about 8 miles of Oxford University the largest & most Noted university in the world which consists of 20 endowed collages & 5 halls not endowed at which place all Europeans finish their studies before they consider themselves perfect schollars We saw vast herds of cattle, sheep, & deer. we passed in Light of Stow, & the wychwood forest containing 7,500 acres of timber in which thousands of cattle feed ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to George A. Smith and Alfred Cordon, 12 November 1840

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    52 Ironmonger Row St Lukes London Nov 12, 1840 Elders Smith & Cordon I receeved your letter this Evening & I was truly glad to get it & to hear that you arived safe, & I was glad to hear that Eldr Cordon was Baptizing & that you had so many Saints in Birmingham give my respects to them all — may the Lord bless them & you in your labours I have felt lonesome since you left me howeve[r] as usual I spent most of ...
    Dates:
    November 12, 1840