Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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to my domestick concerns, and the affairs  of the church

20 March 1836 • Sunday

Sunday the 20th March 1836  attended the house of worship, as usual  the of , delivered short  addresses to the congregation, in a very  feeling, and impressive manner,— at the  intermission at noon one individual was  — in the afternoon, administered  the , as we are wont  to do on every Sabath, and the Lord  blessed our souls with the out pouring  of his spirit, and we were made  to rejoice in his goodness,

21 March 1836 • Monday

Monday the 21st.  at in the mo rning— at after school went to the and prepared, a number of  , to send by to the court  [in] in order to obtain licenses  to marry, as the court in will  not grant us this privelege.— To day 10  persons were , in this place

22 March 1836 • Tuesday

Tuesday the 22ond  read Hebrew with  the morning ,— to day 5. young- men were received into the church by  , in this place— This is a stormy  day, the snow is nearly a foot deep, an  uncommon storm, for this season of the year [p. 171]
to my domestick concerns, and the affairs of the church

20 March 1836 • Sunday

Sunday the 20th March 1836 attended the house of worship, as usual the of , delivered short addresses to the congregation, in a very feeling, and impressive manner,— at the intermission at noon one individual was — in the afternoon, administered the , as we are wont to do on every Sabath, and the Lord blessed our souls with the out pouring of his spirit, and we were made to rejoice in his goodness,

21 March 1836 • Monday

Monday the 21st. at in the morning— after school went to the and prepared, a number of , to send by to the court in in order to obtain licenses to marry, as the court in will not grant us this privelege.— To day 10 persons were , in this place

22 March 1836 • Tuesday

Tuesday the 22ond read Hebrew with the morning ,— to day 5. young-men were received into the church by , in this place— This is a stormy day, the snow is nearly a foot deep, an uncommon storm, for this season of the year [p. 171]
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