Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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16 March 1836 • Wednesday

Wednesday the 16th  persued my studies in  the Hebrew language,— at evening met  the of singers in the , they per formed admirably, concidering the advantages  they have had

17 March 1836 • Thursday

Thursday the 17th  At in the  morning, in the afternoon in the  at evening, met with the in  the west school-room of the  to receive or reject certain individuals whose  names were presented for  a number were received, by the united  voice of the assembly

18 March 1836 • Friday

Friday the 18th  attended with  the morning class,— at 10. oclock, went to  the to attend a the funeral of , daughter of , she is a  member of the  & remained strong in the faith, untill, her  spirit, took it’s exit from time to eternity
May God bless and comfort her aff licted parents, family connexions, and  friends— delivered a fine  discourse on the occasion, and much solem nity prevailed

19 March 1836 • Saturday

Saturday the 19th  Read Hebrew with  the morning .— Spent the day in, attending [p. 170]

16 March 1836 • Wednesday

Wednesday the 16th persued my studies in the Hebrew language,— at evening met the of singers in the , they performed admirably, concidering the advantages they have had

17 March 1836 • Thursday

Thursday the 17th At in the morning, in the afternoon in the at evening, met with the in the west school-room of the to receive or reject certain individuals whose names were presented for a number were received, by the united voice of the assembly

18 March 1836 • Friday

Friday the 18th attended with the morning class,— at 10. oclock, went to the to attend the funeral of , daughter of , she is a member of the & remained strong in the faith, untill, her spirit, took it’s exit from time to eternity
May God bless and comfort her afflicted parents, family connexions, and friends— delivered a fine discourse on the occasion, and much solemnity prevailed

19 March 1836 • Saturday

Saturday the 19th Read Hebrew with the morning .— Spent the day in, attending [p. 170]
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