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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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I have been charged,— I have signed my letter name to a petition to have Wm H. Rolinson [Rollosson] to have the Post Office.— I did not know a petition for Joseph Smith.—
Joseph[:] I thought I would make a coat. it dont fit the . <​only in the P[ost] office​> if if it does fit any one let the<​m​> put it on.
The bones are skeletons and as old Ezekiel said I command the flesh & the sinnews to come upon them. <​that they may be clothed.—​>
Blessing by .— [p. [215]]
I have been charged,— I have signed my name to a petition to have Wm H. Rolinson [Rollosson] to have the Post Office.— I did not know a petition for Joseph Smith.—
Joseph: I thought I would make a coat. it dont fit the . only in the Post office if it does fit any one let them put it on.
The bones are skeletons and as old Ezekiel said I command the flesh & the sinnews to come upon them. that they may be clothed.—
Blessing by .— [p. [215]]
Page [215]