History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<1840  Octr. 31> learn, and inwardly digest the things which belong to your  eternal peace, and listen no longer to the follies of men.
Duke street <Douglas> 29th. Octr. (page 1123) A Stanch Wesleyan.

Addenda • 1 November 1840

<Novr. 1> Sunday. The Committee organize a stake called Geneva, Morgan  County, Ill: Presidents Wm. Bosley, Howard S. Smith & Samuel  Fowler. Bishops Court, Gardner Clark, Moses Clare & David  Orton. (page 1123)

Addenda • 5 November 1840

<5> Thursday. The committee organized a branch of the Church  at : Presidents Edwin P. Merriam, ,  and Arnold Stephens. Bishops Court, Abraham Palmer,  Henry Stephens, and Jonathan Palmer. (page 1123)

Addenda • 12 November 1840

<12> Thursday. The Weekly Despatch, England, having published  a sarcastic article against the Saints in that Country, and  blaming the Bishop of Gloucester, and his tithe fattened clergy  for allowing the Mormons to delude and baptize 500 in his  Diocese, Elder replied to it this day, which the  Despatch refused to publish. (page 1123
I have been searching all my life to find a man after my  own heart, whom I could trust with my business in all things,  and I have found him; Doctor is the man.

Addenda • 3 December 1840

<Decr. 3> Thursday. Elders , & visited <(page 1123> the  Tower of London. The Horse Armory, Jewel room, and the  Thames Tunnel. (page 1123)

Addenda • 4 December 1840

<4> Friday. Elders & visited Buckingham Palace,  and Westminster Abbey. (page 1123

Addenda • 7 December 1840

<7> Monday. Elder issued his 3rd. pamplet in defence  of the truth, against the attacks of the Revd. Robert Hays, Wes leyan Minister, Douglas, Isle of Man; the three contain 35 pages  of closely printed matter, which are a complete exposé of the  corruptions of the Wesleyan Priesthood, and a clear illustration  of the truth of the latter day work. (page 1123)
<Elders , , and visited the Anatomical Department of the College of Surgeons>

Addenda • 5 December 1840

<5> Saturday. Elder writes as follows:
No. 40 Ironmonger Row, St. Lukes,
December 5th. 1840
Beloved Brethren,
I have just returned from a walk with  Bros. and ; we have only been as far as  St. Pauls Church, and returned by Smithfield Market about  3 miles. Bros. and had fine weather for our  journey here; it was a beautiful day that we left Macclesfield [p. 3]
1840 Octr. 31 learn, and inwardly digest the things which belong to your eternal peace, and listen no longer to the follies of men.
Duke street Douglas 29th. Octr. (page 1123) A Stanch Wesleyan.

Addenda • 1 November 1840

Novr. 1 Sunday. The Committee organize a stake called Geneva, Morgan County, Ill: Presidents Wm. Bosley, Howard S. Smith & Samuel Fowler. Bishops Court, Gardner Clark, Moses Clare & David Orton. (page 1123)

Addenda • 5 November 1840

5 Thursday. The committee organized a branch of the Church at : Presidents Edwin P. Merriam, , and Arnold Stephens. Bishops Court, Abraham Palmer, Henry Stephens, and Jonathan Palmer. (page 1123)

Addenda • 12 November 1840

12 Thursday. The Weekly Despatch, England, having published a sarcastic article against the Saints in that Country, and blaming the Bishop of Gloucester, and his tithe fattened clergy for allowing the Mormons to delude and baptize 500 in his Diocese, Elder replied to it this day, which the Despatch refused to publish. (page 1123
I have been searching all my life to find a man after my own heart, whom I could trust with my business in all things, and I have found him; Doctor is the man.

Addenda • 3 December 1840

Decr. 3 Thursday. Elders , & visited (page 1123 the Tower of London. The Horse Armory, Jewel room, and the Thames Tunnel. (page 1123)

Addenda • 4 December 1840

4 Friday. Elders & visited Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey. (page 1123

Addenda • 7 December 1840

7 Monday. Elder issued his 3rd. pamplet in defence of the truth, against the attacks of the Revd. Robert Hays, Wesleyan Minister, Douglas, Isle of Man; the three contain 35 pages of closely printed matter, which are a complete exposé of the corruptions of the Wesleyan Priesthood, and a clear illustration of the truth of the latter day work. (page 1123)
Elders , , and visited the Anatomical Department of the College of Surgeons

Addenda • 5 December 1840

5 Saturday. Elder writes as follows:
No. 40 Ironmonger Row, St. Lukes,
December 5th. 1840
Beloved Brethren,
I have just returned from a walk with Bros. and ; we have only been as far as St. Pauls , and returned by Smithfield Market about 3 miles. Bros. and had fine weather for our journey here; it was a beautiful day that we left Macclesfield [p. 3]
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