Journal, 1835–1836

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  • Historical Introduction
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23 March 1836 • Wednesday
Wednesday the 23d. <M[ar]ch> 1836 Attended — this is a pleasant day and fine sleighing— 2. more were received into the church by
24 March 1836 • Thursday
Thursday the 24th Attended as usual in the evening, met with my class at the , and recd a lecture from upon the Hebrew language
After we were dismissed, we called at the School-room to hear the <choir> quire of Singers, perform, which they did admirably
On this day 5. more were recd into the Church by
25 March 1836 • Friday
Friday the 25th Attend[ed] with the morning class— also at 5 oclock P.M and recd a lecture upon the Hebrew Grammar— We have pleasant weather and good sleighing—
26 March 1836 • Saturday
Saturday the 26th At home attending to my domestick concerns in the morning.— after brekfast met with the to make arangements for the which occupied the remainder of the day
27 March 1836 • Sunday
Sunday morning the 27th The <at the > at about 7 oclock one hour early <earlier> than the doors were to be opened many brethren had come in from the region’s [p. 172]
23 March 1836 • Wednesday
Wednesday the 23d. March 1836 Attended — this is a pleasant day and fine sleighing— 2. more were received into the church by
24 March 1836 • Thursday
Thursday the 24th Attended as usual in the evening, met with my class at the , and recd a lecture from upon the Hebrew language
After we were dismissed, we called at the School-room to hear the choir of Singers, perform, which they did admirably
On this day 5. more were recd into the Church by
25 March 1836 • Friday
Friday the 25th Attended with the morning class— also at 5 oclock P.M and recd a lecture upon the Hebrew Grammar— We have pleasant weather and good sleighing—
26 March 1836 • Saturday
Saturday the 26th At home attending to my domestick concerns in the morning.— after brekfast met with the to make arangements for the which occupied the remainder of the day
27 March 1836 • Sunday
Sunday morning the 27th The at the at about 7 oclock one hour earlier than the doors were to be opened many brethren had come in from the region’s [p. 172]
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