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

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18 January 1843 • Wednesday

January 18th. 1843  party <began to> assembld at the time appointd  & before 12 oclock the Julibee  songs— by & were  distributed by the govenr of the feast  to fifty indivduals.— the party invited  except . who were seated  in the Court Room. who sung  the same— then read  a vision from a paper   & Sister Marks came in.—
Gen <S>. I will call your atte[n]tion  to one of the most enticing cases you  ever saw.—— he then arose & read a  letter f[r]om to. To  & dat[e]d Janury 10  1843. Stating that was [p. [135]]

18 January 1843 • Wednesday

January 18th. 1843 party began to assembl at the time appointd & before 12 oclock the Julibee songs— by & were distributed by the govenr of the feast to fifty indivduals.— the party invited except . who were seated in the Court Room. who sung the same— then read a vision from a paper & Sister Marks came in.—
Gen S. I will call your attention to one of the most enticing cases you ever saw.—— he then arose & read a letter from to. To & dated Janury 10 1843. Stating that was [p. [135]]
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