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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the taverns, I have boys Men enough  to take the town & if we must  freeze we will freeeze by the burn ing of these houses— The taverns  were then opened & we were accom modatd. & recived many apologies  in the morni[n]g from the inhabita[n]ts  for their abusive treatment.
(It was reported through the  country that a camp of the mormons  stole an acre of corn of one man  in the neighborhood of )
Much Good music on the Piano  with singing in the evening [p. 11]
, I have Men enough to take the town & if we must freeze we will freeeze by the burning of these houses— The taverns were then opened & we were accommodatd. & recived many apologies in the morning from the inhabitants for their abusive treatment.
(It was reported through the country that a camp of the mormons stole an acre of corn of one man in the neighborhood of )
Much Good music on the Piano with singing in the evening [p. 11]
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