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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Addenda, Note Z • 27 October 1838
<Note Z> Before the funeral I called at s House, and while meditating on the scene before me, in presence of His friends;— I could not help— pointing to his lifeless body and testifying there lies a man that has done just as he said he would— he has “laid down his life for his friends” (see page 842
Addenda, Note 1 • January 1838
<Note 1> About January 16th 1838, being destitute of money to pursue my journey I said to Brother ; “you are one of the twelve who have charge of <(Dublin, Indiana).> the Kingdom in all the world; I believe I shall throw myself upon you, and look to you for council in this case.” thought I was not in earnest, but I told him I was. then said; “if you will take my council, it will be, that you rest yourself, and be assured you shall have money plenty to pursue your journey.”
There was a brother living in the place who had tried for some time to sell his farm but could not: he asked council of concerning his property; told him that if he would do right, and obey council, he should have an opportunity to sell. In about three days, Brother Tomlinson came to , and said he had an offer for his place; told him that was the hand of the Lord for to deliver brother Joseph Smith from his present necessity. ’s promise was soon verified, and I got three hundred dollars from brother Tomlinson, which enabled me to pursue my journey. (see page 780.) [p. 10 [addenda]]
Addenda, Note Z • 27 October 1838
Note Z Before the funeral I called at s House, and while meditating on the scene before me, in presence of His friends;— I could not help— pointing to his lifeless body and testifying there lies a man that has done just as he said he would— he has “laid down his life for his friends” (see page 842
Addenda, Note 1 • January 1838
Note 1 About January 16th 1838, being destitute of money to pursue my journey I said to Brother ; “you are one of the twelve who have charge of (Dublin, Indiana). the Kingdom in all the world; I believe I shall throw myself upon you, and look to you for council in this case.” thought I was not in earnest, but I told him I was. then said; “if you will take my council, it will be, that you rest yourself, and be assured you shall have money plenty to pursue your journey.”
There was a brother living in the place who had tried for some time to sell his farm but could not: he asked council of concerning his property; told him that if he would do right, and obey council, he should have an opportunity to sell. In about three days, Brother Tomlinson came to , and said he had an offer for his place; told him that was the hand of the Lord for to deliver brother Joseph Smith from his present necessity. ’s promise was soon verified, and I got three hundred dollars from brother Tomlinson, which enabled me to pursue my journey. (see page 780.) [p. 10 [addenda]]
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