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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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all the means they could to help Zion.
18–20 March 1834 • Tuesday–Thursday
Tuesday March 18th. Tarried at ’s through the day. On the 19th. commenced my journey for [HC 2:44] , and staid this night at Tavern. 20th. at bro continued our journey, dined at <at> brother s, and at night tried three times to procure lodgings in the name of disciples, but could not succeed. After night had commenced we found a man, in , named Reuben Wilson, who would keep us for money; thus we see learn that there is more place for money than for the disciples of Jesus, or the Lamb of God,
21–30 March 1834 • Friday–Sunday
March 21st., We came to a man named Starks six miles east of , and on the 22d. arrived at Brother ’s, in , Cataraugus County, on the 23rd. we arrived at s in , where we held a meeting &c. On the 24th I was not able to start, but felt determined to go the next morning. 25th. journeyed from s, to in , accompanied by . On the 26th. Icontinued our journey from to , and staid with Hunt. The 27th. I came within to where I found , who had come on by a different route, and we arrived that night within sixteen miles of , and arrived home, at , on the 28th. of March, finding my family well, and the Lord be praised for this blessing. The 29th. remained at home and had great joy with my family, Sunday the 30th. was at home, except going to hear Preach [HC 2:45]
31 March 1834 • Monday
Monday March 31st. I went to to attend the Court, in the case against , &c. This day, also, Ira J. Willis, a young man who had been in the for some time, and who was driven from into , returned thither thither to look for a stray cow; and while at the house of Esquire Manship, a Justice of the Peace, (where he had called with Brother John Follet, to prove his [p. 448]
all the means they could to help Zion.
18–20 March 1834 • Tuesday–Thursday
Tuesday March 18th. Tarried at ’s through the day. On the 19th. commenced my journey for [HC 2:44] , and staid this night at Tavern. 20th. continued our journey, dined at brother s, and at night tried three times to procure lodgings in the name of disciples, but could not succeed. After night had commenced we found a man, in , named Reuben Wilson, who would keep us for money; thus we learn that there is more place for money than for the disciples of Jesus, or the Lamb of God,
21–30 March 1834 • Friday–Sunday
March 21st., We came to a man named Starks six miles east of , and on the 22d. arrived at Brother ’s, in , Cataraugus County, on the 23rd. we arrived at s in , where we held a meeting &c. On the 24th I was not able to start, but felt determined to go the next morning. 25th. journeyed from s, to in , accompanied by . On the 26th. Icontinued our journey to , and staid with Hunt. The 27th. I came to where I found , who had come on by a different route, and we arrived that night within sixteen miles of , and arrived home, at , on the 28th. of March, finding my family well, and the Lord be praised for this blessing. The 29th. remained at home and had great joy with my family, Sunday the 30th. was at home, except going to hear Preach [HC 2:45]
31 March 1834 • Monday
Monday March 31st. I went to to attend the Court, in the case against , &c. This day, also, Ira J. Willis, a young man who had been in the for some time, and who was driven from into , returned thither to look for a stray cow; and while at the house of Esquire Manship, a Justice of the Peace, (where he had called with Brother John Follet, to prove his [p. 448]
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