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

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<July 7> <Proclamation> and not calculated to humble us, and prepare us for his presence and glory: at the same time beseeching him in the name of Jesus, to extend his blessings to whom he will, and his mercy to all, till, by righteousness, the kingdoms of this world become fair as the sun, and clear as the moon. , (,) July, 1834.
(Signed) , , , , , , , , , , , . [HC 2:134]
8–9 July 1834 • Tuesday–Wednesday
<July 8.> <9.. Started for .> On the 8th. I went to the eastern part of and held a meeting <which was composed mostly of & .> in the evening: <at the house of ,> and on the 9th. I started for in company with my brother . & , and others in a waggon.
10 July 1834 • Thursday
<10. ’s Letter to S. C. Owens> July 10th. wrote as follows:
“Samuel C. Owens. Esquire”
“Sir, The last time I saw you in you said that an answer to our proposals, you thought, would be forwarded soon, but it has not been done. We are anxiously waiting to have a compromise effected if possible. Respecting our wheat in , can it be secured so that we can receive the avails of it or not, seeing we are at present prohibited the privilege.
.
P.S. Please hand the following to
<s Letter to > “Col ,
July 10th 1834”
“Sir, The following is a true copy of an order from the governor for our arms. Have the goodness to return an answer as soon as possible, that we may know whether we can have the arms upon said or not, also when. Send where we can receive them and we will appoint an agent to receive and receipt the same. Be assured that we do not wish to obtain them from any hostile intentions, but merely because [HC 2:135] the right of property is ours. If I remember Right there is one gun and a sword more than the order calls for. .”
There Here followed a copy of the ’s order, similar to that of the governor to of the 2d. of May.)
12 July 1834 • Saturday
<Appointments by High Council> on the 12th. the High council of Zion assembled in , and appointed , , and to visit the scattered [p. 525]
July 7 Proclamation and not calculated to humble us, and prepare us for his presence and glory: at the same time beseeching him in the name of Jesus, to extend his blessings to whom he will, and his mercy to all, till, by righteousness, the kingdoms of this world become fair as the sun, and clear as the moon. , (,) July, 1834.
(Signed) , , , , , , , , , , , . [HC 2:134]
8–9 July 1834 • Tuesday–Wednesday
July 8. 9.. Started for . On the 8th. I went to the eastern part of and held a meeting which was composed mostly of & . in the evening: at the house of , and on the 9th. I started for in company with my brother . & , and others in a waggon.
10 July 1834 • Thursday
10. ’s Letter to S. C. Owens July 10th. wrote as follows:
“Samuel C. Owens. Esquire”
“Sir, The last time I saw you in you said that an answer to our proposals, you thought, would be forwarded soon, but it has not been done. We are anxiously waiting to have a compromise effected if possible. Respecting our wheat in , can it be secured so that we can receive the avails of it or not, seeing we are at present prohibited the privilege.
.
P.S. Please hand the following to
s Letter to “Col ,
July 10th 1834”
“Sir, The following is a true copy of an order from the governor for our arms. Have the goodness to return an answer as soon as possible, that we may know whether we can have the arms upon said or not, also when. Send where we can receive them and we will appoint an agent to receive and receipt the same. Be assured that we do not wish to obtain them from any hostile intentions, but merely because [HC 2:135] the right of property is ours. If I remember Right there is one gun and a sword more than the order calls for. .”
Here followed a copy of the ’s order, similar to that of the governor to of the 2d. of May.)
12 July 1834 • Saturday
Appointments by High Council on the 12th. the High council of Zion assembled in , and appointed , , and to visit the scattered [p. 525]
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