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

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<July 9> counsel and give hints of a fault or duty, &c—
Constructiveness— 8, L, great mechanical ingenuity, talent and skill.
Tune— 8, F, or M, love of music, without quickness to catch or learn tunes by the ear.
Time 8, F, or M, indistinct notions of the lapse of time, of ages, dates of events &c
Locality— 11, V L, or L great memory of places and position.
Eventuality— 9. L retentive memory of events and particulars.
Individuality— 10, L, great desire to see; power of observation.
Form— 8, F, cognizance, and distinct recollection of shapes; countenances &c
Size— 11 V L, L, or F ability to judge of proportionate size, &c.
Weight— 6, M S, or V, S, deficient balancing power; failure in equilibrium.
Color— 11, V L, or L great power of recollecting and comparing colors.
Language— 7 F freedom of expression, without fluency or verbosity, no great loquacity.
Order— 10, L, love of arrangement; every thing in its particular place.
Number— 9 L quickness, facility, and correctness in calculating figures—
Reflectives Mirthfulness— 10, L, wit, fun, mirth; perception and love of the ludicrous.
Causality— 11 L ability to think and reason clearly, and perceive the relations of cause and effect.
Comparison— 10 L a discrimination; power of illustration, ability to perceive and apply analogies &c
see explanation to my Chart.

10 July 1842 • Sunday

<10> Sunday morning 10. Attended meeting at the preached  my health was not good— at home in the <afternoon>.

11 July 1842 • Monday

<11> Monday 11. <In the morning> <In the morning> transacting business with Mr. Hunter—. <In the morning> <In the afternoon> at the reading the papers, and bought a horse of which I  named Jo. Duncan.

12 July 1842 • Tuesday

<12> Tuesday 12. At the <Court Room> <Court Room> in consultation about . ,  and started for and — <¶> Attended City Council  An Ordinance was passed regulating Auctions— also provision was made for  publishing the Legion Laws &c &c—
Mobs, Riots, Earthquakes, Tumults, and distress of nations are common  In England the manufacturers are reducing the wages of the Laborers, and  turn outs and starvation follow. The Asiatic Cholera has appeared again in  India.

15 July 1842 • Friday

<15> Friday 15— It was reported early in the morning that Elder was  missing. I caused the Temple hands and the principle men of the to make  search for him. After which a meeting was called at the , and I gave  the public a general outline of ’s conduct. The People met again  in the <afternoon> and were addressed on the same subject by and  . I then stated that I heard that and  were engaged with to bring a mob on the from — and  asked who was present if it was so? To which replied at  some length and denied the charge. <¶> returned in the evening— Issued  an Editorial <in the> <in the Times and Seasons> on the Government of God <as follows:— See addenda book page 32>

16 July 1842 • Saturday

<16> Saturday 16. Rode on the Prairie with my to shew some land to Brother  Russell from . Dined with my farmer brother , and hoed  potatoes.
<(addenda page 4) also 5.> [p. 1356]
July 9 counsel and give hints of a fault or duty, &c—
Constructiveness— 8, L, great mechanical ingenuity, talent and skill.
Tune— 8, F, or M, love of music, without quickness to catch or learn tunes by the ear.
Time 8, F, or M, indistinct notions of the lapse of time, of ages, dates of events &c
Locality— 11, V L, or L great memory of places and position.
Eventuality— 9. L retentive memory of events and particulars.
Individuality— 10, L, great desire to see; power of observation.
Form— 8, F, cognizance, and distinct recollection of shapes; countenances &c
Size— 11 V L, L, or F ability to judge of proportionate size, &c.
Weight— 6, M S, or V, S, deficient balancing power; failure in equilibrium.
Color— 11, V L, or L great power of recollecting and comparing colors.
Language— 7 F freedom of expression, without fluency or verbosity, no great loquacity.
Order— 10, L, love of arrangement; every thing in its particular place.
Number— 9 L quickness, facility, and correctness in calculating figures—
Reflectives Mirthfulness— 10, L, wit, fun, mirth; perception and love of the ludicrous.
Causality— 11 L ability to think and reason clearly, and perceive the relations of cause and effect.
Comparison— 10 L a discrimination; power of illustration, ability to perceive and apply analogies &c
see explanation to my Chart.

10 July 1842 • Sunday

10 Sunday morning 10. Attended meeting at the preached my health was not good— at home in the afternoon.

11 July 1842 • Monday

11 Monday 11. In the morning transacting business with Mr. Hunter—. In the afternoon at the reading the papers, and bought a horse of which I named Jo. Duncan.

12 July 1842 • Tuesday

12 Tuesday 12. At the Court Room in consultation about . , and started for and — ¶ Attended City Council An Ordinance was passed regulating Auctions— also provision was made for publishing the Legion Laws &c &c—
Mobs, Riots, Earthquakes, Tumults, and distress of nations are common In England the manufacturers are reducing the wages of the Laborers, and turn outs and starvation follow. The Asiatic Cholera has appeared again in India.

15 July 1842 • Friday

15 Friday 15— It was reported early in the morning that Elder was missing. I caused the Temple hands and the principle men of the to make search for him. After which a meeting was called at the , and I gave the public a general outline of ’s conduct. The People met again in the afternoon and were addressed on the same subject by and . I then stated that I heard that and were engaged with to bring a mob on the from — and asked who was present if it was so? To which replied at some length and denied the charge. ¶ returned in the evening— Issued an Editorial in the Times and Seasons on the Government of God as follows:— See addenda book page 32

16 July 1842 • Saturday

16 Saturday 16. Rode on the Prairie with my to shew some land to Brother Russell from . Dined with my farmer brother , and hoed potatoes.
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