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

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to its legal rights and privileges possessions.
As a people we are bound to support our republican  government, and its institutions; and, more than all,  my press, which was wrested from me, is now printing a  mean opposition paper, by “Kelly and Davis.” Any commu nication from you will be well received by, your obt Servt.
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Hon. T<homas> H. Benton.

11 April 1834 • Friday

Friday April 11th. I attended meeting, and Father Tyler  was restored to the fellowship of the .

12 April 1834 • Saturday

On the 12th. I went to the Lake, and spent the day  in fishing, and visiting the brethren in that place.

13 April 1834 • Sunday

Sunday the 13th., was sick and unable to attend meeting.

14–17 April 1834 • Monday–Thursday

On Monday the 14th. I purchased some hay and oats and  got them home, Tuesday 15th drawed a load of wood,  hay: and in wednesday, plowed ploughed and sowed oats for  . Thursday the 17th. of April I attended  a meeting agreeably to appointment, at which time,  the important subject of the , and  the building of the in , was discus sed by .— After the Lecture I requested the  brethren and sisters to contribute all the money they  could, for the deliverance of Zion, and received  twenty nine dollars and sixty eight cents.

18 April 1834 • Friday

April 18 I left in company with Elders  , , and for  , to attend a conference; dined at , in , and continuing our journey,  after dark we were hailed by a man who desired to  ride. We were checked by the Spirit, and refused.  He professed to be sick, but in a few minutes was  joined by two others, who followed us hard, cussing  and swearing, but we were successful in escaping  their hands, through the providence of the Lord, and  staid that night at a tavern where we were treated  with civility.

19 April 1834 • Saturday

on the 19th continuing our journey, dined at  Brother in , Medina County,   was strong in the faith, and if faithful  may do much good. We arrived the same day at brother [p. 459]
to its legal rights and possessions.
As a people we are bound to support our republican government, and its institutions; and, more than all, my press, which was wrested from me, is now printing a mean opposition paper, by “Kelly and Davis.” Any communication from you will be well received by, your obt Servt.—
.
Hon. Thomas H. Benton.

11 April 1834 • Friday

Friday April 11th. I attended meeting, and Father Tyler was restored to the fellowship of the .

12 April 1834 • Saturday

On the 12th. I went to the Lake, and spent the day in fishing, and visiting the brethren in that place.

13 April 1834 • Sunday

Sunday the 13th., was sick and unable to attend meeting.

14–17 April 1834 • Monday–Thursday

On Monday the 14th. I purchased some hay and oats and got them home, Tuesday 15th drawed a load of hay: and in wednesday, ploughed and sowed oats for . Thursday the 17th. of April I attended a meeting agreeably to appointment, at which time, the important subject of the , and the building of the in , was discussed by .— After the Lecture I requested the brethren and sisters to contribute all the money they could, for the deliverance of Zion, and received twenty nine dollars and sixty eight cents.

18 April 1834 • Friday

April 18 I left in company with Elders , , and for , to attend a conference; dined at , in , and continuing our journey, after dark we were hailed by a man who desired to ride. We were checked by the Spirit, and refused. He professed to be sick, but in a few minutes was joined by two others, who followed us hard, cussing and swearing, but we were successful in escaping their hands, through the providence of the Lord, and staid that night at a tavern where we were treated with civility.

19 April 1834 • Saturday

on the 19th continuing our journey, dined at Brother in , Medina County, was strong in the faith, and if faithful may do much good. We arrived the same day at brother [p. 459]
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