History, 1834–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the most salutary advice. At evening  came and united with J. Smith Junr. in calling on the Lord in  mighty prayer, in the name of Jesus Christ. and laid their  hands on him and rebuked the disease, and God heard and  answered our <their> prayer to the great joy and satisfaction of our their souls  His aged arose, dressed himself, shouted and praised the  Lord. He [JS] called his Brother who had retired to rest, that he  might join with them in songs of praise to the Most High.

12 October 1835 • Monday

Monday Oct. 12th He rode to (a small village  about two miles and a half from ) in company with  his , to purchase goods at W. Lyon’s Store. On his return  he found a Mr. Bradley, who had been thrown from his  waggon, lying across the road, and apparently much  injured by his fall.

13 October 1835 • Tuesday

Tuesday 13th He visited his , who was very much  recoverd from his sickness; indeed, so much so as to cause his  friends to marvel at the might, power, and condescension of  God in answering prayer in his behalf.

14 October 1835 • Wednesday

Wednesday 14 He was at home through the day.

15 October 1835 • Thursday

Thursday. 15th. He labored in his ’s orchard, gathering  fruit.

16 October 1835 • Friday

Friday 16th. He was called into the to  settle some difficulties which had occurred in it. At evening  of the same day he baptized , and his own  words in his journal, are [“]the Lord poured out his spirit upon us  and we had a good time[”]

17 October 1835 • Saturday

Saturday 17th. He called his family together, arranged some  of his domestic concerns, and dismissed his boarders.

18 October 1835 • Sunday

Sunday 18th. He attended meeting in the , confirmed  several who had been baptized, and blessed several children, with  the blessings of the new and everlasting covenant. Elder  preached in the fore-noon and in the afternoon.  It was truly an interesting time.

19 October 1835 • Monday

Monday 19th. He was at home and exhibited the Egyptian  Records of antiquity to a number of persons who called to see them.

20 October 1835 • Tuesday

Tuesday 20th He was at home during the day, but preached  in the in the evening.

21 October 1835 • Wednesday

Wednesday 21st He was at home during the day and nothing  of much moment transpired.

22 October 1835 • Thursday

Thursday 22d He was at home attending to his domestic concerns.

23 October 1835 • Friday

Friday 23d He was at home. Nothing worthy of note occurred. [p. 110]
the most salutary advice. At evening came and united with J. Smith Junr. in calling on the Lord in mighty prayer, in the name of Jesus Christ. and laid their hands on him and rebuked the disease, and God heard and answered their prayer to the great joy and satisfaction of their souls His aged arose, dressed himself, shouted and praised the Lord. He JS called his Brother who had retired to rest, that he might join with them in songs of praise to the Most High.

12 October 1835 • Monday

Monday Oct. 12th He rode to (a small village about two miles and a half from ) in company with his , to purchase goods at W. Lyon’s Store. On his return he found a Mr. Bradley, who had been thrown from his waggon, lying across the road, and apparently much injured by his fall.

13 October 1835 • Tuesday

Tuesday 13th He visited his , who was very much recoverd from his sickness; indeed, so much so as to cause his friends to marvel at the might, power, and condescension of God in answering prayer in his behalf.

14 October 1835 • Wednesday

Wednesday 14 He was at home through the day.

15 October 1835 • Thursday

Thursday. 15th. He labored in his ’s orchard, gathering fruit.

16 October 1835 • Friday

Friday 16th. He was called into the to settle some difficulties which had occurred in it. At evening of the same day he baptized , and his own words in his journal, are [“]the Lord poured out his spirit upon us and we had a good time”

17 October 1835 • Saturday

Saturday 17th. He called his family together, arranged some of his domestic concerns, and dismissed his boarders.

18 October 1835 • Sunday

Sunday 18th. He attended meeting in the , confirmed several who had been baptized, and blessed several children, with the blessings of the new and everlasting covenant. Elder preached in the fore-noon and in the afternoon. It was truly an interesting time.

19 October 1835 • Monday

Monday 19th. He was at home and exhibited the Egyptian Records of antiquity to a number of persons who called to see them.

20 October 1835 • Tuesday

Tuesday 20th He was at home during the day, but preached in the in the evening.

21 October 1835 • Wednesday

Wednesday 21st He was at home during the day and nothing of much moment transpired.

22 October 1835 • Thursday

Thursday 22d He was at home attending to his domestic concerns.

23 October 1835 • Friday

Friday 23d He was at home. Nothing worthy of note occurred. [p. 110]
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