Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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I immediately repaired to his house  and found him badly wounded in his  <left> arm, he had fallen on his axe, which  caused a wound about, 4 or 5 inches in length   was sent for immediately and  who when he came in sewed it up and  dressed it, and I feel to thank God that it is  no worse, and I ask my heavenly Father in  the name of Jesus christ to heal my brother   of his wound, and bless s family one and all, with peace and  plenty, and ultimately eternal life—

Minutes • 8 February 1836

Feb 8th 1836. Met in council, meeting opened with  prayer by President ;  supplied the place of of .
Sister [blank] entered a complaint against Joseph  Keeler, after hearing the testimony the  proceeded to give their council after which Pres.   arose and made some remarks, the same  was agreed to by President after  which the gave room for the parties to  speak both of which made a few remarks, the Pres  then decided that Joseph Keeler be acquited  a vote of the council was called, the council  agreed to the decision of the Presidincy.
 Clerk.

11 February 1836 • Thursday

Thursday mornin 11th Feby 1836  at home— attended the and read  hebrew with the morning Class— spent the  afternoon in reading, and exibiting the Egy tian records to those who called to see me  and heavens blessings have attended me.— [p. 153]
I immediately repaired to his house and found him badly wounded in his left arm, he had fallen on his axe, which caused a wound about, 4 or 5 inches in length was sent for immediately who when he came in sewed it up and dressed it, and I feel to thank God that it is no worse, and I ask my heavenly Father in the name of Jesus christ to heal my brother of his wound, and bless s family one and all, with peace and plenty, and ultimately eternal life—

Minutes • 8 February 1836

Feb 8th 1836. Met in council, meeting opened with prayer by President ; supplied the place of .
Sister [blank] entered a complaint against Joseph Keeler, after hearing the testimony the proceeded to give their council after which Pres. arose and made some remarks, the same was agreed to by President after which the gave room for the parties to speak both of which made a few remarks, the Pres then decided that Joseph Keeler be acquited a vote of the council was called, the council agreed to the decision of the Presidincy.
 Clerk.

11 February 1836 • Thursday

Thursday mornin 11th Feby 1836 at home— attended the and read hebrew with the morning Class— spent the afternoon in reading, and exibiting the Egytian records to those who called to see me and heavens blessings have attended me.— [p. 153]
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