Journal, 1835–1836

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  • Historical Introduction
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7 December 1835 • Monday
Monday 7th received a letter from , and was much rejoiced to hear from, him, and of his prosperity in proclaiming the gospel, wrote him a letter requesting, him to return to this place,
Spent the day in reading the hebrew. Mr. called and to take the parting hand with me, and remarked that he had been in darkness all his days, but had now found the light and intended to obey it, also a number of brethren called this Evening to see the records, I exibited and explained them to their satisfaction. We have fine Sleighing
8 December 1835 • Tuesday
Tuesday morning the 8th at holm, spent the day in reading hebrew in company with, Br. & ,
In the evening I preached, as us[u]al at the , had great liberty in speaking the congregation, were attentive, after the servises closed the brethren proposed to come and draw wood for me
9 December 1835 • Wednesday
Wednesday 9th at home, the wind is strong and chilly, from the South, and their is a prospect of a storm came in this morning and made me a present, of 12, dollars which he held in a note against me, may God bless him for his liberality, also James Aldrich, sent me my note by the hand of , on which [p. 58]
7 December 1835 • Monday
Monday 7th received a letter from , and was much rejoiced to hear from, him, and of his prosperity in proclaiming the gospel, wrote him a letter requesting, him to return to this place,
Spent the day in reading the hebrew. Mr. called to take the parting hand with me, and remarked that he had been in darkness all his days, but had now found the light and intended to obey it, also a number of brethren called this Evening to see the records, I exibited and explained them to their satisfaction. We have fine Sleighing
8 December 1835 • Tuesday
Tuesday morning the 8th at holm, spent the day in reading hebrew in company with, Br. & ,
In the evening I preached, as usual at the , had great liberty in speaking the congregation, were attentive, after the servises closed the brethren proposed to come and draw wood for me
9 December 1835 • Wednesday
Wednesday 9th at home, the wind is strong and chilly, from the South, and their is a prospect of a storm came in this morning and made me a present, of 12, dollars which he held in a note against me, may God bless him for his liberality, also James Aldrich, sent me my note by the hand of , on which [p. 58]
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