Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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26 December 1842 • Monday
26— Held court. Sis [Sylvia Butterfield] Morey defndat [defendant][.] had consultation with Gen & was arrested by him on Proclomation of Gov. , & Elders & startd for after Habeus Corpus to carry him to visited Sister Morey in custody of Secy. & prescribed for her afflictions. spoke very highly of Lobelia— good in its place. was one of the works of God. but Like the power of God or any good it become an evil when improperly used. had lear[n]ed the use & value by his own expirence Home. sick had another chill— had a consultation concerni[n]g her with Secreta[r]y.— while walking up [p. 4]
26 December 1842 • Monday
26— Held court. Sis Sylvia Butterfield Morey defndat [defendant]. had consultation with Gen & was arrested by him on Proclomation of Gov. , & Elders & startd for after Habeus Corpus to carry him to visited Sister Morey in custody of Secy. & prescribed for her afflictions. spoke very highly of Lobelia— good in its place. was one of the works of God. but Like the power of God or any good it become an evil when improperly used. had learned the use & value by his own expirence Home. sick had another chill— had a consultation concerning her with Secretary.— while walking up [p. 4]
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