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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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to an immortal state. it is to[o] powerful  for our faculties. started at 8 oclock—  -[sis. ’s Daughter tarrid & Bro  wife & little daughter accompanid]- before  starting Joseph retoled his [dream?]— was by a beautiful  stream of water. saw a noble handsome  fish. threw it out. soon after saw more  threw them out & soon a great many  & threw out a gr[e]at abundance. &  sent for salt to salt them down.  & salted them— arrived at Rushville.  Bell. Tavern by Mrs. Stevenson 3. P.M  20 miles— after supper Joseph with  a part of the co[mpany] spent the eve with  Mr. & — Joseph stated that to touch  the charter was no better  than highway robbery that since the [p. 7]
to an immortal state. it is too powerful for our faculties. started at 8 oclock— -[sis. ’s Daughter tarrid & Bro wife & little daughter accompanid]- before starting Joseph retoled his [dream?]— was by a beautiful stream of water. saw a noble handsome fish. threw it out. soon after saw more threw them out & soon a great many & threw out a great abundance. & sent for salt to salt them down. & salted them— arrived at Rushville. Bell. Tavern by Mrs. Stevenson 3. P.M 20 miles— after supper Joseph with a part of the company spent the eve with Mr. — Joseph stated that to touch the charter was no better than highway robbery that since the [p. 7]
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