Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and took dinner,  after which we travelled on,  and after dark were hailed  by a man who desired to ride.  We were checked by the Spirit  and refused: he professed to be  sick; but in a few minutes  was joined by two others who  followed us hard, cursing  and swearing, but we were  successful in escaping their  hands through the providence  of the Lord, and stayed at  a tavern where we were treat ed with civility. Next morn ing, 19, started, and arrived at  brother <in> [p. 75]
and took dinner, after which we traveled on, and after dark were hailed by a man who desired to ride. We were checked by the Spirit and refused. He professed to be sick but in a few minutes was joined by two others who followed us hard, cursing and swearing. But we were successful in escaping their hands through the providence of the Lord, and stayed at a tavern where we were treated with civility. Next morning, the 19th, started, and arrived at Brother ’s in [p. 75]
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