History, 1838–1856, volume B-1 [1 September 1834–2 November 1838]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<to the congregation> The people in the neighborhood came running together (hearing an unusual sound within and seeing a bright light like a piller of Fire resting upon— the ) and where astonished at what was transpiring The number present on this occasion was 416 (being a greater number of official members than ever assembled on any former occasion) this continued until the meeting closed at 11 P.M.
Addenda, Note K • April 1836
<Note K> After the solemn assembly and dedication of the we had a glorious season of rejoiceing among<st> the whole of the brethren and sisters. meetings were held in many places to feast and break bread from house to house rejoice, pray, bless, and prophecy, the spirit of God was abundantly poured out upon us, the poor were bountifully regaled— and one universal scene of love, joy, and helarity prevailed this happy season continued from day to day and week to week to the entire satisfaction of all
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Addenda, Note L • 22 February 1836
<Note L> Elder was obliged to leave the Hebrew Class and superintend the painting of lower Room till finished (see page 706)
Addenda, Note M • 29 June 1836
<Note M> June 22nd. 1836 My & uncle started on a mission to visit the branches of the Church in the Eastern States to set them in Order and confer on the brethren their patriarchal blessings. I took my and Aunt Clarissa (my ’s Wife) in a carriage and accompanied them to where we procured a bottle of wine and broke bread ate and drank and parted after the ancient order, with the blessings of God (page 735
Addenda, Note N • October–November 1836
<Note N> October 2nd. 1836. my and returned to , from their mission to the eastern states having travelled about 2400 miles & visited nearly all the branches of the Church in , , New Hampshire and During this mission they baptized many confered blessings upon many hundreds, and preached the Gospel to many thousands. They also visited their friends and relatives in the land of their birth nativity. My Cousin returned the same day from his mission to Richland County Ohio. (see page 750)
Addenda, Note O • 25 July–6 August 1836
<Note O> While here Brothers & L C Johnson arrived[.] had been through. , & in company with his brother , having visited their Connection in this Country and baptized a good number into the Church, they staid in two or three Weeks and Baptized 17 persons we had a good visit with the brethren for which I feel very thankful (see page 750 [p. 4 [addenda]]
to the congregation The people in the neighborhood came running together (hearing an unusual sound within and seeing a bright light like a piller of Fire resting upon— the ) and where astonished at what was transpiring The number present on this occasion was 416 (being a greater number of official members than ever assembled on any former occasion) this continued until the meeting closed at 11 P.M.
Addenda, Note K • April 1836
Note K After the solemn assembly and dedication of the we had a glorious season of rejoiceing amongst the whole of the brethren and sisters. meetings were held in many places to feast and break bread from house to house rejoice, pray, bless, and prophecy, the spirit of God was abundantly poured out upon us, the poor were bountifully regaled— and one universal scene of love, joy, and helarity prevailed this happy season continued from day to day and week to week to the entire satisfaction of all
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Addenda, Note L • 22 February 1836
Note L Elder was obliged to leave the Hebrew Class and superintend the painting of lower Room till finished (see page 706)
Addenda, Note M • 29 June 1836
Note M June 22nd. 1836 My & uncle started on a mission to visit the branches of the Church in the Eastern States to set them in Order and confer on the brethren their patriarchal blessings. I took my and Aunt Clarissa (my ’s Wife) in a carriage and accompanied them to where we procured a bottle of wine and broke bread ate and drank and parted after the ancient order, with the blessings of God (page 735
Addenda, Note N • October–November 1836
Note N October 2nd. 1836. my and returned to , from their mission to the eastern states having travelled about 2400 miles & visited nearly all the branches of the Church in , , New Hampshire and During this mission they baptized many confered blessings upon many hundreds, and preached the Gospel to many thousands. They also visited their friends and relatives in the land of their nativity. My Cousin returned the same day from his mission to Richland County Ohio. (see page 750)
Addenda, Note O • 25 July–6 August 1836
Note O While here Brothers & L C Johnson arrived. had been through. , & in company with his brother , having visited their Connection in this Country and baptized a good number into the Church, they staid in two or three Weeks and Baptized 17 persons we had a good visit with the brethren for which I feel very thankful (see page 750 [p. 4 [addenda]]
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