Journal, December 1841–December 1842

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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26 May 1842 • Thursday
Thursday 26 in the A.M. Dr confessed the  charges preferred again[s]t him concerning. females in . & was  forgiven Joseph plead in his behalf.— was notified the  day previous that the first Presidency. Twelve & Bishops had withdrawn  fellowship from him & were about to publish him. but on his  humbling himself & requesting it the withdrawal was withheld  from the paper. P.M. Female Releif Soceity.— so full  that many could get no admittance.
27 May 1842 • Friday
Friday 27 A billious attack. at home taking medicine
28 May 1842 • Saturday
& Saturday 28 rather better. walked to the with , and did some  business in the . called at 8 in the eve at the with the night watch. To see the Wasp.—
29 May 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 29 At home
30 May 1842 • Monday
Monday 30
31 May 1842 • Tuesday
Tuesday 31
1 June 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday June 1 Political Meetings in the for nomination of County officers  . spoke at length. and nominated a Goneral [General] ticket from  the county at large. Joseph spoke at length & in confirmation of the  nomination excepting for Sheriff,
2 June 1842 • Thursday
Thursday June 2 Rode out with Bro Bowen & Recorder & Sold Lot. 1. Block 143.—
3 June 1842 • Friday
Friday 3 Rode out in city & Sold to Bro [Elias] Harmer Lot 1 Block 123— & in the P.M.  Rode to on the Prairie with & others on  horse back
4 June 1842 • Saturday
Saturday 4 At the in the morning. heard the Letters from the Grand  master Dr [Joseph] King & about expulsion from  the Lodge in . P.M. Paid E. B. Nourse $5.05. for land bought  of . & settled with the heirs of at his  house & Present.
5 June 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 5 Preached in the morning.
6 June 1842 • Monday
monday 6 To the Prairie with Bro. Yearsly. [David D. Yearsley] & Recorder dined at .
7 June 1842 • Tuesday
Tuesday 7 Sold Bro Yeasley [David D. Yearsley] N.E. 1/4 of Section 15.
8 June 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday 8 Recorder went to . & narrowly escaped with his life. from a fall from  or on old charley.
9 June 1842 • Thursday
Thursday 9
10 June 1842 • Friday
[illegible] Friday [illegible] 10 Went to to purchase some land [p. 124]
26 May 1842 • Thursday
Thursday 26 in the A.M. Dr confessed the charges preferred against him concerning. females in . & was forgiven Joseph plead in his behalf.— was notified the day previous that the first Presidency. Twelve & Bishops had withdrawn fellowship from him & were about to publish him. but on his humbling himself & requesting it the withdrawal was withheld from the paper. P.M. Female Releif Soceity.— so full that many could get no admittance.
27 May 1842 • Friday
Friday 27 A billious attack. at home taking medicine
28 May 1842 • Saturday
& Saturday 28 rather better. walked to the with , and did some business in the . called at 8 in the eve at the with the night watch. To see the Wasp.—
29 May 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 29 At home
30 May 1842 • Monday
Monday 30
31 May 1842 • Tuesday
Tuesday 31
1 June 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday June 1 Political Meeting in the for nomination of County officers . spoke at length. and nominated a Goneral General ticket from the county at large. Joseph spoke at length in confirmation of the nomination excepting for Sheriff,
2 June 1842 • Thursday
Thursday June 2 Rode out with Bro Bowen & Recorder & Sold Lot. 1. Block 143.—
3 June 1842 • Friday
Friday 3 Rode out in city & Sold to Bro Elias Harmer Lot 1 Block 123— & in the P.M. Rode to on the Prairie with & others on horse back
4 June 1842 • Saturday
Saturday 4 At the in the morning. heard the Letters from the Grand master Dr [Joseph] King & about expulsion from the Lodge in . P.M. Paid E. B. Nourse $5.05. for land bought of . & settled with the heirs of at his house & Present.
5 June 1842 • Sunday
Sunday 5 Preached in the morning.
6 June 1842 • Monday
monday 6 To the Prairie with Bro. Yearsly. [David D. Yearsley] & Recorder dined at .
7 June 1842 • Tuesday
Tuesday 7 Sold Bro Yeasley David D. Yearsley N.E. 1/4 of Section 15.
8 June 1842 • Wednesday
Wednesday 8 Recorder went to . & narrowly escaped with his life. from a fall from or on old charley.
9 June 1842 • Thursday
Thursday 9
10 June 1842 • Friday
Friday 10 Went to to purchase some land [p. 124]
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