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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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27 February 1843 • Monday
Monday Feb. 27— 1843 in house mostly with who was sick— came in the office and signed a writ or search warrant for Bro Dixon to search— Fidlers & s house for a box of shoes.—
28 February 1843 • Tuesday
Tuesday Feb 28— Mostly with his mother & family Mr. who helped Joseph to escape from the missourians came and spent the day and night.
P.M. mother rather easier. To s. to dinner at 4 o clock P,M.
notice in Express that Wm had seen sign of the son of man.— wrote Editor of Times & Seasons. for No 8. vol 4 that had not seen the sign of the son of man. and he would not come in [18]43— &c see times & Seasons [p. [223]]
27 February 1843 • Monday
Monday Feb. 27— 1843 in house mostly with who was sick— came in the office and signed a writ or search warrant for Bro Dixon to search— Fidlers & s house for a box of shoes.—
28 February 1843 • Tuesday
Tuesday Feb 28— Mostly with his mother & family Mr. who helped Joseph to escape from the missourians came and spent the day and night.
P.M. mother rather easier. To s. to dinner at 4 o clock P,M.
notice in Express that had seen sign of the son of man.— wrote Editor of Times & Seasons. for No 8. vol 4 that had not seen the sign of the son of man. and he would not come in 1843— &c see times & Seasons [p. [223]]
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