History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 [2 November 1838–31 July 1842]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<October 27  High Council—> Willowby— High Council of voted that the Clerks fees of be thirty dollars per month. That the Treasurer pay one hundred and fifty dollars for the side of the Ferry, at  as per Charter. Voted that Sister , select and publish a  hymn Book for the use of the Church, and that be informed  of the same, and he not publish the hymns taken by him from ;  and that the Council assist in publishing a hymn book, and the Times  and Seasons.
28 October 1839 • Monday
<28> Monday 28 The High Council voted to build a Stone House at Upper  to be used for boarding; that be requested to assist with funds to  print the Hymn Book, and that , , and  <School House> be Trustees for building the Stone School House in contemplation  and that and be the Architects, and building  Committee for said house. Voted to finish the office of President Joseph  Smith Junr.. Voted that the Recommends drawn by ,  recommending, constituting and appointing Joseph Smith Junr., , and , delegates for the Church, to importune the  and Congress of the for redress &c be signed by this Council.
29 October 1839 • Tuesday
<29  Delegation  started for > Tuesday 29. I left in a two horse carriage for the City of  to lay before the Congress of the , the grievances of the Saints in  accompanied by , and .— passing  through , we staid at s over night, and the next day we  arrived at .
31 October 1839 • Thursday
<31> Thursday 31. Thursday we tarried at , to — — — complete, the necessary papers  for us on our Mission— was also sick.
1 November 1839 • Friday
<November 1> Friday November 1. We pursued our journey towards , Illinois,  and put up with Brother Wilber, where we found Dr. , who administered  to
2 November 1839 • Saturday
< 2> Saturday 2. Continued our journey, and during the day put up with a  friend on the bank of the , so that , who had accompanied  us so far, for that purpose, might administer medicine to again.
3 November 1839 • Sunday
<3> Sunday 3. Continued our journey, and staid with a friend over night   continued to accompany us.
Elders and arrived at Ohio. <addenda page 14>
4 November 1839 • Monday
<4> Monday 4. We arrived at and put up with Brother  when within one mile of the , we met and Company with  seven Waggons from , who returned with us to , and tarried  while we did, until the 8th.. I preached several times while here. General  , Judge of Probate, heard of me, sought me out, and took me  home with him, and treated me like a Father—
, and his brother John [Young Jr.], visited their Sister Kent—
There was some division of sentiment among the Brethren.
7 November 1839 • Thursday
<7> Thursday 7 The High Council of completed their organization, at ’s, [p. 972]
October 27 High Council— Willowby— High Council of voted that the Clerks fees of be thirty dollars per month. That the Treasurer pay one hundred and fifty dollars for the side of the Ferry, at as per Charter. Voted that Sister , select and publish a hymn Book for the use of the Church, and that be informed of the same, and he not publish the hymns taken by him from ; and that the Council assist in publishing a hymn book, and the Times and Seasons.
28 October 1839 • Monday
28 Monday 28 The High Council voted to build a Stone House at Upper to be used for boarding; that be requested to assist with funds to print the Hymn Book, and that , , and School House be Trustees for building the Stone School House in contemplation and that and be the Architects, and building Committee for said house. Voted to finish the office of President Joseph Smith Junr.. Voted that the Recommends drawn by , recommending, constituting and appointing Joseph Smith Junr., , and , delegates for the Church, to importune the and Congress of the for redress &c be signed by this Council.
29 October 1839 • Tuesday
29 Delegation started for Tuesday 29. I left in a two horse carriage for the City of to lay before the Congress of the , the grievances of the Saints in accompanied by , and .— passing through , we staid at s over night, and the next day we arrived at .
31 October 1839 • Thursday
31 Thursday 31. Thursday we tarried at , to — — — complete, the necessary papers for us on our Mission— was also sick.
1 November 1839 • Friday
November 1 Friday November 1. We pursued our journey towards , Illinois, and put up with Brother Wilber, where we found Dr. , who administered to
2 November 1839 • Saturday
2 Saturday 2. Continued our journey, and during the day put up with a friend on the bank of the , so that , who had accompanied us so far, for that purpose, might administer medicine to again.
3 November 1839 • Sunday
3 Sunday 3. Continued our journey, and staid with a friend over night continued to accompany us.
Elders and arrived at Ohio. addenda page 14
4 November 1839 • Monday
4 Monday 4. We arrived at and put up with Brother when within one mile of the , we met and Company with seven Waggons from , who returned with us to , and tarried while we did, until the 8th.. I preached several times while here. General , Judge of Probate, heard of me, sought me out, and took me home with him, and treated me like a Father—
, and his brother John [Young Jr.], visited their Sister Kent—
There was some division of sentiment among the Brethren.
7 November 1839 • Thursday
7 Thursday 7 The High Council of completed their organization, at ’s, [p. 972]
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