History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

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Sabbath, we arrived <in> , whilst the brethren  were in meeting, and spoke to the con gregation; and a large and attentive congregation assembled  at in the evening, to whom we bore  our testimony.
October 1833
October 8th <the same day> <October>, Elders and presented  the Petition of the Saints in to the  of , who gave them for answer that the  the Attorney General of the , was absent, at the  and on his return he would inform them of his  conclusions, by mail, addressed at ;  whither they immediately returned.
8–10 October 1833 • Tuesday–Thursday
We continued at until the 8th time,  when when we removed to ’s, at ; and continuing our journey, on the evening of the  9th. arrived at a tavern; and, on the 10th., at Bro ’, in , where we met the the brethren,  according to previous appointment, and spoke to  them as the Spirit gave utterance,<greatly to> to their gratifica tion.
10 October 1833 • Thursday
This day, Oct 10th, President Elder wrote  as follows from to the saints in ;
“Dear Brethren; It is a long time since we  have received any inteligence from you, save a  letter from received by from Brother Elder , which informed us that he had wrote four  letters since Elder left, but we have not received  any of them, nor from any <other> one in Zion, except one  from of August 13th., and have had  no information concerning the riot, and the situation  of the brethren in Zion, to be depended upon; and  considering that the enemy have commenced intercept ing their our letters, I direct this to Sister Billings, think ing by so doing, that you may get it.
The brethren here are all engaged in the work of  the Lord, and are using every exertion in their power  for the welfare of Zion, and for the promotion of the  great cause of our redeemer. Immediately after the  arrival of we sat in to know what [p. 356]
Sabbath, we arrived in , whilst the brethren were in meeting, and spoke to the congregation; and a large and attentive congregation assembled at in the evening, to whom we bore our testimony.
October 1833
October, Elders and presented the Petition of the Saints in to the of , who gave them for answer that the Attorney General of the , was absent, and on his return he would inform them of his conclusions, by mail, addressed at ; whither they immediately returned.
8–10 October 1833 • Tuesday–Thursday
We continued at until the 8th , when we removed to ’s, at ; and continuing our journey, on the evening of the 9th. arrived at a tavern; and, on the 10th., at Bro ’, in , where we met the brethren, according to previous appointment, and spoke to them as the Spirit gave utterance,greatly to to their gratification.
10 October 1833 • Thursday
This day, Oct 10th, Elder wrote as follows from to the saints in ;
“Dear Brethren; It is a long time since we have received any inteligence from you, save a letter received by from Elder , which informed us that he had wrote four letters since Elder left, but we have not received any of them, nor from any other one in Zion, except one from of August 13th., and have had no information concerning the riot, and the situation of the brethren in Zion, to be depended upon; and considering that the enemy have commenced intercepting our letters, I direct this to Sister Billings, thinking by so doing, that you may get it.
The brethren here are all engaged in the work of the Lord, and are using every exertion in their power for the welfare of Zion, and for the promotion of the great cause of our redeemer. Immediately after the arrival of we sat in to know what [p. 356]
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