Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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12 February 1836 • Friday
Friday 12th spent the day in reading hebrew, and attending to the duties of my family, and the duties of the church, nothing very special transpired meet this evening to make arangements concerning
13 February 1836 • Saturday
Saturday 13th spent the fore noon in reading Hebrew.— at noon I prepared a horse and sleigh, for , to go to to visit his family
14 February 1836 • Sunday
Sunday 14th attended to the of , before meeting— at the us[u]al hour attended meeting, the of the , expressed their feeling, feelings, on the occasion, and their faith in the book of Mormon, and the revelations,— also their entire confidence in <all> the that are organized in the — had a good time, the spirit of God rested upon the congregation;— administered the and , a number who had been baptised, and dismissed
Minutes • 12 February 1836
Feb 12th 1836, I meet <met> in the School room in the in company with the several to take into concideration the subject of , as mentioned at the top of this page
opened by singing and prayer I then arose and made some remarks upon the object of our meeting, which were as follows— first that many are desiring to be to the ministry, who are [p. 154]
12 February 1836 • Friday
Friday 12th spent the day in reading hebrew, and attending to the duties of my family, and the duties of the church, nothing very special transpired meet this evening to make arangements concerning
13 February 1836 • Saturday
Saturday 13th spent the fore noon in reading Hebrew.— at noon I prepared a horse and sleigh, for , to go to to visit his family
14 February 1836 • Sunday
Sunday 14th attended to the of , before meeting— at the usual hour attended meeting, the of the , expressed their feelings, on the occasion, and their faith in the book of Mormon, and the revelations,— also their entire confidence in all the that are organized in the — had a good time, the spirit of God rested upon the congregation;— administered the and , a number who had been baptised, and dismissed
Minutes • 12 February 1836
Feb 12th 1836, I met in the School room in the in company with the several to take into concideration the subject of , as mentioned at the top of this page
opened by singing and prayer I then arose and made some remarks upon the object of our meeting, which were as follows— first that many are desiring to be to the ministry, who are [p. 154]
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