Journal, December 1841–December 1842

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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[pages 68–87, donation records dated 28 January–5 March 1842]
27 February 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 27 [2 lines blank]
28 February 1842 • Monday
Monday 28 offered a settlement to by Jenkings Notes. which  he declined. choosing to take land in . Paid  Bro Robert pierce [Peirce] $2.700, the balance due him for a  farm Bought of Bro Peirce in Brandywine  Township, Chester County, Pensysvania, for $5000. viz—  a deed for Lot. 2. Block 94 <$1100.>. &. Lot 4. Block 95. <$800.>— & Lot 4. Block 78. $800.  The remainder having been previously paid. & the Bond was  cancelled. & given up. & Bro Peirce expressed his satisfaction  of the whole proceedings in the Times & Seasons.—
1 March 1842 • Tuesday
March— Tuesday 29 1. During the fore-noon. at his . & the  correcting the first plate or cut. of the Records of father  Abraham. prepared by for the Times  & Season. and in council in his office in the P.M.  and in the evening with the Twelve & their wives  at ’s.— where he explained many  important principles in relation to progressive  improvement. in the scale of inteligent existince
2 March 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday 2. Read the Proof of the “Times and Seasons”  as Editor for the First time, No. 9[th] Vol 3d.  in which is the commencement of the Book  of Abraham. Paid taxes. to Bagley [Walter Bagby] in the  General Business office, for county & State  purposes. but refused to pay the taxes on  the City & Town of .— & Commen[ce]d  Settlement with , & continud  in the Presidents office till 9 O clock eve ning.— Also visited by from  .
3 March 1842 • Thursday
Thurday 3 Council in the General business office at 9 o clock A.M.  in the afternoon continued the settlement with . but finally failed to effect any thing but to get  Newels Note. refusing to give up. the papers for to the  president. which he had recived of . the same  being church property [5 lines blank] [p. 88]
[pages 68–87, donation records dated 28 January–5 March 1842]
27 February 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 27 [2 lines blank]
28 February 1842 • Monday
Monday 28 offered a settlement to by Jenkings Notes. which he declined. choosing to take land in . Paid Bro Robert pierce [Peirce] $2.700, the balance due him for a farm Bought of Bro Peirce in Brandywine Township, Chester County, Pensysvania, for $5000. viz— a deed for Lot. 2. Block 94 $1100.. &. Lot 4. Block 95. $800.— & Lot 4. Block 78. $800. The remainder having been previously paid. the Bond was cancelled. & given up. & Bro Peirce expressed his satisfaction of the whole proceedings in the Times & Seasons.—
1 March 1842 • Tuesday
March— Tuesday 1. During the fore-noon. at his . & the correcting the first plate or cut. of the Records of father Abraham. prepared by for the Times & Season. and in council in his office in the P.M. and in the evening with the Twelve & their wives at ’s.— where he explained many important principles in relation to progressive improvement. in the scale of inteligent existince
2 March 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday 2. Read the Proof of the “Times and Seasons” as Editor for the First time, No. 9[th] Vol 3d. in which is the commencement of the Book of Abraham. Paid taxes. to Bagley [Walter Bagby] in the General Business office, for county & State purposes. but refused to pay the taxes on the City & Town of .— & Commenced Settlement with , & continud in the Presidents office till 9 O clock evening.— Also visited by from .
3 March 1842 • Thursday
Thurday 3 Council in the General business office at 9 o clock A.M. in the afternoon continued the settlement with . but finally failed to effect any thing but to get Newels Note. refusing to give up. the papers to the president. which he had recived of . the same being church property [5 lines blank] [p. 88]
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