Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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then arose and made some verry appropriate remarks touching the , and dismissed the assembly by prayer—
Scribe
This has been one of the best days that I ever spent, there has been an entire unison of feeling expressed in all our proceedings this day, and the Spirit of the God of Israel has rested upon us in mighty power, and it has <been> good for us to be here, in this heavenly place in Christ Jesus, and altho much fatiegued with the labours of the day, yet my spiritual reward has been verry great indeed
Returned home and spent the evening
14 January 1836 • Thursday
Thursday morning the 14th at 9, oclock, meet the at the School room in the , and made some arangements, about our anticipated Teacher Mr of , Ohio—
I then retired to the council room in the , to me[e]t, my colleagues who were appointed, with my self to draft rules and regulations to be observed in the in built by the , in the year of our Lord 1834, which are as follows [p. 110]
then arose and made some verry appropriate remarks touching the , and dismissed the assembly by prayer—
Scribe
This has been one of the best days that I ever spent, there has been an entire unison of feeling expressed in all our proceedings this day, and the Spirit of the God of Israel has rested upon us in mighty power, and it has been good for us to be here, in this heavenly place in Christ Jesus, and altho much fatiegued with the labours of the day, yet my spiritual reward has been verry great indeed
Returned home and spent the evening
14 January 1836 • Thursday
Thursday morning the 14th at 9, oclock, meet the at the School room in the , and made some arangements, about our anticipated Teacher Mr of , Ohio—
I then retired to the council room in the , to meet, my colleagues who were appointed, with my self to draft rules and regulations to be observed in the in built by the , in the year of our Lord 1834, which are as follows [p. 110]
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