History, 1834–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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He dismissed his class in order to comply with the ’s.  request, his , , & accompanied him.  A large company assembled, and a number were  blessed under the hands of the patriarch, <&> indeed the  Lord blessed us all, we had a good time. He spent the  evening at home.

10 January 1836 • Sunday

Sunday 10th. He attended meeting; Eldr. Wilber [Wilbur]  Denton & Eldr. preached in the fore  noon:— In the P.M. his brother’s & delivered each a discourse; all these young  Eldr’s did well concidering their advantages & experiance  and bid fair to make useful men in the vinyard  of the Lord. The Lords supper was administered  and the meeting dismissed. At the intermiss ion to day three were received into the church  by baptism.

11 January 1836 • Monday

Monday morning 11th. There being no school to day  he injoyed the sweets of the social fireside with  his family; however many brethren visited him  among whom was of  New York, who had come to attend the solemn assem bly.— I delight (says Joseph) in the society of my  friends & brethren & pray that the blessings of heaven  and earth may be multiplied upon their  heads.

12 January 1836 • Tuesday

Tuesday Jany. 12th. To day he called on the presidency of  the church and made arangements to meet  tomorrow at 10 oclock A.M. to take into concider ation the subject of the Solemn Assembly. This after noon a young man called to see the Egyptian records  and on viewing them, he expressed great satisfaction  and appeared very anxious to know how to tra nslate them.— also a man was introduced to  him by the name of from Niagary [Cambria, Niagara] Co. New York; This man is a  preacher in the Christian or Unitarian church.   remarked that he had but few min utes to spend with me, we imediately entered  into conversation, and had some little debate  upon the subject of prejudice, but soon came [p. 172]
He dismissed his class in order to comply with the ’s. request, his , , & accompanied him. A large company assembled, and a number were blessed under the hands of the patriarch, & indeed the Lord blessed us all, we had a good time. He spent the evening at home.

10 January 1836 • Sunday

Sunday 10th. He attended meeting; Eldr. Wilber [Wilbur] Denton & Eldr. preached in the fore noon:— In the P.M. his brother’s & delivered each a discourse; all these young Eldr’s did well concidering their advantages & experiance and bid fair to make useful men in the vinyard of the Lord. The Lords supper was administered and the meeting dismissed. At the intermission to day three were received into the church by baptism.

11 January 1836 • Monday

Monday morning 11th. There being no school to day he injoyed the sweets of the social fireside with his family; however many brethren visited him among whom was of New York, who had come to attend the solemn assembly.— I delight (says Joseph) in the society of my friends & brethren & pray that the blessings of heaven and earth may be multiplied upon their heads.

12 January 1836 • Tuesday

Tuesday Jany. 12th. To day he called on the presidency of the church and made arangements to meet tomorrow at 10 oclock A.M. to take into concideration the subject of the Solemn Assembly. This afternoon a young man called to see the Egyptian records and on viewing them, he expressed great satisfaction and appeared very anxious to know how to translate them.— also a man was introduced to him by the name of from Niagary Cambria, Niagara Co. New York; This man is a preacher in the Christian or Unitarian church. remarked that he had but few minutes to spend with me, we imediately entered into conversation, and had some little debate upon the subject of prejudice, but soon came [p. 172]
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