Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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21 February 1836 • Sunday

Sunday the 21st Feb 1836  Spent the day at home, in reading  meditation and prayer— I reviewed  my lessons in Hebrew— On this day  some 3 or 4 persons were and  the powers of darkness seem to be giving  way on all sides, many who have been  enemies to the work of the Lord are  beginning to enquire in to the faith of  the Latter day Saints and are friendly

22 February 1836 • Monday

Monday the 22ond translated Hebrew  with the 1st in the morning at returned home and, made out my  returns to the county clerk on 11. marriages  which I have solemnized within 3. months  past 8, by license from the clerk of the  court of common pleas in  Ohio, and 3, by publishment, sent them  to by Elijah Fuller— I  . I spent the afternoon  translating at with my scribe Elder   at his house at 4. oclock  meet, and the  school committee at  to make some arangements for the  advancement of the several classes
The lower room of the  is now prepared for painting—
This afternoon the sisters meet met  to make the veil of the   presided over them  and gave them much good  instruction, closed by singing & prayer [p. 159]

21 February 1836 • Sunday

Sunday the 21st Feb 1836 Spent the day at home, in reading meditation and prayer— I reviewed my lessons in Hebrew— On this day some 3 or 4 persons were and the powers of darkness seem to be giving way on all sides, many who have been enemies to the work of the Lord are beginning to enquire in to the faith of the Latter day Saints and are friendly

22 February 1836 • Monday

Monday the 22ond translated Hebrew with the 1st in the morning — returned home and, made out my returns to the county clerk on 11. marriages which I have solemnized within 3. months past 8, by license from the clerk of the court of common pleas in Ohio, and 3, by publishment, sent them to by Elijah Fuller— I . I spent the afternoon translating with my scribe Elder at his house at 4. oclock meet, and the school committee at to make some arangements for the advancement of the several classes
The lower room of the is now prepared for painting—
This afternoon the sisters met to make the veil of the presided over them and gave them much good instruction, closed by singing & prayer [p. 159]
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