Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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2ond— and further resolved that no one  be ordained in the of said  church abroad unless they are recomm ended by the church voice of that <the> respective  branches of the church to which they belong,  to a general appointed by the  heads of the church, and from that conf erence receive their .— [8 lines blank]

15 February 1836 • Monday

Monday the 15th  attended the at the usual hour,— Spent the  afternoon in reading hebrew, and receiving  and waiting upon visitors— on this day  we commenced translating the Hebrew- language, under the instruction of , and he acknowledg’s that we are  the most forward of any class he ever  taught, the same length of time

16 February 1836 • Tuesday

Tuesday the 16th  atten[d]ed  at the usual hour and resumed our  translating and made rapid progress  many, called to day to see the , and to visit me and see  the Egytian manuscripts— we have [p. 156]
2ond— and further resolved that no one be ordained in the of said church abroad unless they are recommended by the voice of the respective branches of the church to which they belong, to a general appointed by the heads of the church, and from that conference receive their .— [8 lines blank]

15 February 1836 • Monday

Monday the 15th attended the at the usual hour,— Spent the afternoon in reading hebrew, and receiving and waiting upon visitors— on this day we commenced translating the Hebrew-language, under the instruction of , and he acknowledg’s that we are the most forward of any class he ever taught, the same length of time

16 February 1836 • Tuesday

Tuesday the 16th attended at the usual hour and resumed our translating and made rapid progress many, called to day to see the , and to visit me and see the Egytian manuscripts— we have [p. 156]
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