Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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I was nominated & seconded for a standing  chairman & for clerk to is[s]ue   to the of the church   for chairman protem &  clerk— vote called from the several  in their order & passed unanimously
I then made some remarks on the am endment of the . upon the resolutions recorded  on pages 155 & 156. President made  some observations after me, & then called a vote  of his quorum, to asertain whether they would  repeal their amendment or not 9. of the 12.  vote in the affirmative & 3. in the negative, and  the original bill was passed, which is recorded  on the pages above named— dismissed by  prayer & retired 1/2 past 9. oclock
4 March 1836 • Friday
Friday the 4th Feby <March> 1836  attended as usual— The sleighing  is falling failing fast, the icy chains of winter seem  to be giving way under the influence of the  returning Sun, & spring will soon open to us with  all his charms
5 March 1836 • Saturday
Saturday the 5th  Attended  in the afternoon the to fire  & the lumber principally consumed— this is  the 5 or 6 time it has burnt this winter  if my memory serves me, corectly.—
6 March 1836 • Sunday
Sunday the 6th  Spent the day at home, in the enjoy ment <of the society> of my family, around the social fireside [p. 166]
I was nominated & seconded for a standing chairman & for clerk to issue to the of the church for chairman protem & clerk— vote called from the several in their order & passed unanimously
I then made some remarks on the amendment of the . upon the resolutions recorded on pages 155 & 156. President made some observations after me, & then called a vote of his quorum, to asertain whether they would repeal their amendment or not 9. of the 12. vote in the affirmative & 3. in the negative, and the original bill was passed, which is recorded on the pages above named— dismissed by prayer & retired 1/2 past 9. oclock
4 March 1836 • Friday
Friday the 4th March 1836 attended as usual— The sleighing is failing fast, the icy chains of winter seem to be giving way under the influence of the returning Sun, & spring will soon open to us with all his charms
5 March 1836 • Saturday
Saturday the 5th Attended — in the afternoon the to fire & the lumber principally consumed— this is the 5 or 6 time it has burnt this winter if my memory serves me, corectly.—
6 March 1836 • Sunday
Sunday the 6th Spent the day at home, in the enjoyment of the society of my family, around the social fireside [p. 166]
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