Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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a man imposed upon me he was  imposed upon himself, the man ma nifested much anger, but left the  .— for this independence and  resolution of I respect him  and for the love he manifests toward  me, and may Israels God bless  him and give him an ascendency  over all his enemies—
This afternoon returned  from , and brought a few  more bibles and one grammar of  his 2d edition.— the weather is warm  & our sleighing is failing fast
1 March 1836 • Tuesday
Tuesday March the 1st 1836  attended , in the fore noon  in the afternoon at the  and read and translated with my  class untill 4. oclock— returned home  and attended to my domestic concerns
We have fine sleighing which is uncommon  in this country at this season of the Year
2 March 1836 • Wednesday
Wednesday the 2ond  persued my studies as usual— at 7  oclock in the evening, the first  met, agreeably to the request of  at Eldr s to spend one hour  in translating,— dismissed and returned  home
3 March 1836 • Thursday
Thursday the 3d  attended to my studies in the hebrew.—  some misunderstanding, took place between [p. 163]
a man imposed upon me he was imposed upon himself, the man manifested much anger, but left the .— for this independence and resolution of I respect him and for the love he manifests toward me, and may Israels God bless him and give him an ascendency over all his enemies—
This afternoon returned from , and brought a few more bibles and one grammar of his 2d edition.— the weather is warm & our sleighing is failing fast
1 March 1836 • Tuesday
Tuesday March the 1st 1836 attended , in the fore noon in the afternoon at the and read and translated with my class untill 4. oclock— returned home and attended to my domestic concerns
We have fine sleighing which is uncommon in this country at this season of the Year
2 March 1836 • Wednesday
Wednesday the 2ond persued my studies as usual— at 7 oclock in the evening, the first met, agreeably to the request of at Eldr s to spend one hour in translating,— dismissed and returned home
3 March 1836 • Thursday
Thursday the 3d attended to my studies in the hebrew.— some misunderstanding, took place between [p. 163]
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