Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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3 October 1835 • Saturday
Saturday 3d Oct held a on the case of Elder for giving credence to false and slanderous reports instigated to Injure bro and also for thretning bro and others in authority of the . after due deliberation the[y] both confessed and wer acquited.
In the afternoon waited on the most of them at my house and exhibited to them the ancient reccords in my possession and gave explanation of the same thus <this> the day passed off with the blessings of the Lord
4 October 1835 • Sunday
Sunday 4 started early in the mornin with brother to hold a meeting in when about a mile from home we saw two Dears playing in the field which diverted our minds by giving an impatus to our thoughts upon the subject of the creation of God we conversed upon many topicks and the day passed off in a very agreeable manner and the Lord blessed our souls when we arived at we were disappointed of a meeting through misarangements but conversed freely upon with Bro s reletives which allayed much prejudice as we trust may the lord have mercy on their souls
5 October 1835 • Monday
Monday 5th returned home being much fatiegued riding in the rain spent the remainder of the day in reading and meditation &c and [p. 4]
3 October 1835 • Saturday
Saturday 3d Oct held a on the case of Elder for giving credence to false and slanderous reports instigated to Injure bro and also for thretning bro and others of the . after due deliberation they both confessed and wer acquited.
In the afternoon waited on the most of them at my house and exhibited to them the ancient reccords in my possession and gave explanation of the same this day passed off with the blessings of the Lord
4 October 1835 • Sunday
Sunday 4 started early in the mornin with brother to hold a meeting in when about a mile from home we saw two Dears playing in the field which diverted our minds by giving an impatus to our thoughts upon the subject of the creation of God we conversed upon many topicks and the day passed off in a very agreeable manner and the Lord blessed our souls when we arived at we were disappointed of a meeting through misarangements but conversed freely with Bro s reletives which allayed much prejudice as we trust may the lord have mercy on their souls
5 October 1835 • Monday
Monday 5th returned home being much fatiegued riding in the rain spent the remainder of the day in reading and meditation &c and [p. 4]
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