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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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them. When we arrivd a mob of  a hundrd came upon us before  we had time to eat. & chased us all  night & we arrived back again about  60 miles in all. and without food  a little after Day light.—— I have  often travelled all night to see the  brethren. & often been turnd away  without food;— Evening closed by singing  & prayer. pr — posted the bed on  the floor— Joseph. . &
3 January 1843 • Tuesday
8 [a.m.?] 3d Dec Jan— Tuesday <1843>  called, after breakfast. on Sister Crane,  & blessed the boy, Joseph Smith, retur[ne]d  to Judge . present M[r] Trobridge  Mr Bears [blank] Mr & Esqr  conversed on the old case [p. 47]
them. When we arrivd a mob of a hundrd came upon us before we had time to eat. & chased us all night & we arrived back again about 60 miles in all. and without food a little after Day light.—— I have often travelled all night to see the brethren. & often been turnd away without food;— Evening closed by singing & prayer. pr — posted the bed on the floor— Joseph. . &
3 January 1843 • Tuesday
8 a.m. 3d Jan— Tuesday 1843 called, after breakfast. on Sister Crane, & blessed the boy, Joseph Smith, returned to Judge . present Mr Trobridge Mr Bears [blank] Mr & Esqr conversed on the old case [p. 47]
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