Journal, 1835–1836

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  • Historical Introduction
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and that without the shedding of blood; that he will hold our lives precious, and grant that we may live to the common age of man, and never fall into the hands nor power of the mob in nor in any other place; that he will also preserve our posterity, that none of them fall even to the end of time; that he will give us the blessings of the earth sufficient to carry us to , and that we may purchase inheritances in that land, even enough to carry on <and accomplish> the work unto which he has appointed us; and also that he will assist all others who desire, accordingly to his commandments, to go up and purchase inheritances; and all this easily and without perplexity, and trouble; and finally, that in the end he will save us in his . Amen.
Clerk
28 November 1835 • Saturday
Saturday 28th at home, spent the morning in compareing, our journal.—
This Elder called this morning to see me, he lives in K.Y about three miles above .
I am conciderably recovered from my cold, & I think I shall be able in a few days to , with the blessing of God.— The weather is still cold and stormy, the snow is falling, & winter seems to be closing in verry fast, all nature shrinks before the chilling blast<’s> of rigid winter.—
above mentioned, has been biten by a mad Dog some three or four [p. 51]
and that without the shedding of blood; that he will hold our lives precious, and grant that we may live to the common age of man, and never fall into the hands nor power of the mob in nor in any other place; that he will also preserve our posterity, that none of them fall even to the end of time; that he will give us the blessings of the earth sufficient to carry us to , and that we may purchase inheritances in that land, even enough to carry on and accomplish the work unto which he has appointed us; and also that he will assist all others who desire, according to his commandments, to go up and purchase inheritances; and all this easily and without perplexity, and trouble; and finally, that in the end he will save us in his . Amen.
Clerk
28 November 1835 • Saturday
Saturday 28th at home, spent the morning in compareing, our journal.—
Elder called this morning to see me, he lives in K.Y about three miles above .
I am conciderably recovered from my cold, & I think I shall be able in a few days to , with the blessing of God.— The weather is still cold and stormy, the snow is falling, & winter seems to be closing in , all nature shrinks before the chilling blast’s of rigid winter.—
above mentioned, has been biten by a mad Dog some three or four [p. 51]
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