Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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verry unpleasant for all— we were then  invited to s to a feast which was  prepared on the occasion, and had a good  time while partaking of the rich repast that  was spread before us, and I virely [verily] realized  that it was good for brethren to dwell togeth er in unity, even like the dew upon the m ountains of Israel, where the Lord command[e]d  blessings, even life for ever more,
Spent the evening at home

18 January 1836 • Monday

Monday the 18th attended the  ,— This day the  was removed into the in the  room adjoining ours— nothing very  special transpired
copy of a Letter
January 5th 1836
To Elder
Sir
I have received an  open note from Mr. informing  me that your School concidered itself dissolved  from all ingagements with me, for this I  was not unprepared. But he adds that  I must excuse him for saying that I  appear to be willing to trifle with you  in regard to appointments time, &c—
This insinuation is unworthy of me  beneath my sence of honour, and I [p. 127]
verry unpleasant for all— we were then invited to s to a feast which was prepared on the occasion, and had a good time while partaking of the rich repast that was spread before us, and I virely [verily] realized that it was good for brethren to dwell together in unity, like the dew upon the mountains of Israel, where the Lord commanded blessings, even life for ever more,
Spent the evening at home

18 January 1836 • Monday

Monday the 18th attended the ,— This day the was removed into the in the room adjoining ours— nothing very special transpired
copy of a Letter
January 5th 1836
To Elder
Sir
I have received an open note from Mr. informing me that your School concidered itself dissolved from all ingagements with me, for this I was not unprepared. But he adds that I must excuse him for saying that I appear to be willing to trifle with you in regard to appointments time, &c—
This insinuation is unworthy of me beneath my sence of honour, and I [p. 127]
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