Journal, December 1841–December 1842

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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4 March 1842 • Friday
March 4 Friday Exhibeting the Book of Abraham. in the original. To Bro . so that he might take the size of the several plates  or cuts. & prepare the blocks for the Times & Seasons. & also  gave instruction concerning the arrangement of the writing  on the Large cut. illustrating the principles of Astronomy.  (in his office) with other general business
5 March 1842 • Saturday
Saturday 5. City council, among other business of importance the office  of Register of Deed’s was established in the City of  & President Joseph Smith chosen Register [registrar] by the City  council.
6 March 1842 • Sunday
Saturday <Sunday> 6. Preached at Elder s on the Hill near the
7 March 1842 • Monday
Tuesday <Monday> 7 At the general Business . Peter Melling. the Patriarch from  England brought to the cash <$13.37:> and clothing to 3 1 65. from   & of England. and much general  business transacted
8 March 1842 • Tuesday
Wednesday <Tuesday> 8 Commenced Translating from the Book of Abraham,  for the 10 No of the Times and seasons— and was engagd  at his day & evening—
9 March 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday 9 Examining copy for the Times & Seasons presented by. &  .— and a variety of other business in this the Presidents   in the morning. in the afternoon continud the Translation  of the Book of Abraham. called & Mr the Post office <’s>  &c with the Re[c]order. & continued translating & revising. & Reading  letters in the evening being present in the
10 March 1842 • Thursday
Thursday 10 Gave instruction concerning a deed To . & . & . and Letter of Attorny <fr[o]m> Mrs. [Margaret] Smith To   & a great variety of other Business—— & Rode out. & in  the evening attended Triel at office.  The city of , vs, [blank] for indecnt and abusive  Language About Joseph while at the day priveo [previous]  The charges were clearly substantiated by the Testimo[n]y of  . Mr & Mrs. [ and Sarah Tilton] Hibbard and others.  was found guilty by Jury. & by Municepal court  bounde over to keep the peace 6 month under  $100 Bonds,— after which the— the President retired to  the with & Dr Supped, <&> with the twelve  who had been at the office. closed the evening. & retired  to his habitation [p. 89]
4 March 1842 • Friday
March 4 Friday Exhibeting the Book of Abraham. in the original. To Bro . so that he might take the size of the several plates or cuts. & prepare the blocks for the Times & Seasons. & also gave instruction concerning the arrangement of the writing on the Large cut. illustrating the principles of Astronomy. (in his office) with other general business
5 March 1842 • Saturday
Saturday 5. City council, among other business of importance the office of Register of Deed’s was established in the City of & President Joseph Smith chosen Register [registrar] by the City council.
6 March 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 6. Preached at Elder s on the Hill near the
7 March 1842 • Monday
Monday 7 At the general Business . Peter Melling. the Patriarch from England brought to the cash $13.37: and clothing 3 65. from & of England. and much general business transacted
8 March 1842 • Tuesday
Tuesday 8 Commenced Translating from the Book of Abraham, for the 10 No of the Times and seasons— and was engagd at his day & evening—
9 March 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday 9 Examining copy for the Times & Seasons presented by. & .— and a variety of other business in the Presidents in the morning. in the afternoon continud the Translation of the Book of Abraham. called & Mr the ’s &c with the Recorder. & continued translating & revising. & Reading letters in the evening being present in the
10 March 1842 • Thursday
Thursday 10 Gave instruction concerning a deed To . & . & . and Letter of Attorny from Mrs. Margaret Smith To & a great variety of other Business—— & Rode out. & in the evening attended Triel at office. The city of , vs, [blank] for indecnt and abusive Language About Joseph while at the day priveo [previous] The charges were clearly substantiated by the Testimony of . Mr & Mrs. [ and Sarah Tilton] Hibbard and others. was found guilty by Jury. & by Municepal court bounde over to keep the peace 6 month under $100 Bonds,— after which the— the President retired to the with Supped, & with the twelve who had been at the office. closed the evening. & retired to his habitation [p. 89]
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