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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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7 January 1843 • Saturday
January 7.— Saturday 8½ left on our way to . & arrivd at 4 P.M. Travelling very bad much of the way snow fell the ev[en]ing previous on th[e] mud which had not frozen— though extremely Cold. so as to turn the horses white with frost. while riding Gen sung the following Hymn.
And are you sure the news is true?
and are you sure he’s free?
Then let us Join with one accord,
And have a Jubilee.
Chorus
We’ll have a Jubilee. my frie[n]ds [p. 110]
7 January 1843 • Saturday
January 7.— Saturday 8½ left on our way to . & arrivd at 4 P.M. Travelling very bad much of the way snow fell the evening previous on the mud which had not frozen— though extremely Cold. so as to turn the horses white with frost. while riding Gen sung the following Hymn.
And are you sure the news is true?
and are you sure he’s free?
Then let us Join with one accord,
And have a Jubilee.
Chorus
We’ll have a Jubilee. my friends [p. 110]
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