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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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& is less or weaker &c— Let the Governme[n]t of Mo redress the wrongs she has don[e] to the mormons & or let the curse follow them <from generation to generation> till they do it — when <I> we was going up to in co[mpany] with Elder & our families we arrived at . on a extreme cold day. to go forward was 14 mil[e]s to a house.— & backward nearly as far we applied to all the taverns for admission in vain. we were mormons & could not be recived such was the cold that in one hou[r] we must have perished. We plead for our women & children in vain we councelled together & the breth[r]en agreed to stand by me. & we concluded [p. 9]
& is less or weaker &c— Let the Government of Mo redress the wrongs she has done to the mormons or let the curse follow them from generation to generation till they do  — when I was going up to in company with Elder & our families we arrived at . on a extreme cold day. to go forward was 14 miles to a house.— & backward nearly as far we applied to all the taverns for admission in vain. we were mormons & could not be recived such was the cold that in one hour we must have perished. We plead for our women & children in vain we councelled together & the brethren agreed to stand by me. & we concluded [p. 9]
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