Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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in the evening attend[ed] a of  the , had a glorious time  and gave them many instruction concerni ng their duties for time to come, told them  that it was the will of God they should take  their families to next season, also  attend this fall the of the for the organization of the , and attend to the and to prepare their hearts in all humility  for an from with power from on high  to which they all agreed with one accord, and  seamed to be greatly rejoiced may God spare  the lives of the twelve with one accord to a good  old age for christ the redeemers sake amen
6 October 1835 • Tuesday
Tuesday 6 At home father or Elder Stevens  came to my house and loaned six hundred Dollars which greatly  releaved us out of our present difficulties  may God bless and preserve his soul  for ever— Afternoon called to visit   who was very sick with a  fever some better towards evening spent  the rest of the day in reading and meditation
7 October 1835 • Wednesday
Wednesday 7 went to visit   administerd some  mild herbs agreeable to the commandment  may God grant to restore him immedi ately to health for christ the redeemers sake  Amen This day bro and  Bro started for to  purchace good[s] to replenish the by land in the stage may God grant  in the name of Jesus that their lives may [p. 5]
in the evening attended a of the , had a glorious time and gave them many instruction concerning their duties for time to come, told them that it was the will of God they should take their families to next season, also attend this fall the of the for the organization of the , and attend to the and to prepare their hearts in all humility for an with power from on high to which they all agreed with one accord, and seamed to be greatly rejoiced may God spare the lives of the twelve with one accord to a good old age for christ the redeemers sake amen
6 October 1835 • Tuesday
Tuesday 6 At home Elder Stevens came to my house and loaned six hundred Dollars which greatly releaved us out of our present difficulties may God bless and preserve his soul for ever— Afternoon called to visit who was very sick with a fever some better towards evening spent the rest of the day in reading and meditation
7 October 1835 • Wednesday
Wednesday 7 went to visit administerd some mild herbs agreeable to the commandment may God grant to restore him immediately to health for christ the redeemers sake Amen This day bro and Bro started for to purchace goods to replenish the by land in the stage may God grant in the name of Jesus that their lives may [p. 5]
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