Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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About 5. P.M. The Steamer “Maid  of Iowa.[”] hauled up at the . & discharged about  200 saints. In charge of Elders  & .— these had been detaind  at . &c— through the  Winter. having come out of  in the fall.—— of the “Maid  of Iowa[”] was baptizd a few weeks  since. Joseph was presnt at the  landing & the first to boa[r]d the steamer,  & appea[re]d melted in tenderness when  he met sister [Mary Ann Frost] Pratt. (who had been to  England with ) & her little daugter  only 3 or 4 days old.— the “Maid <of Iow[a]—”> it was  11 days coming from . [p. [116]]
About 5. P.M. The Steamer “Maid of Iowa.” hauled up at the . & discharged about 200 saints. In charge of Elders & .— these had been detaind at . &c— through the Winter. having come out of in the fall.—— of the “Maid of Iowa” was baptizd a few weeks since. Joseph was presnt at the landing & the first to board the steamer, & appeared melted in tenderness when he met sister [Mary Ann Frost] Pratt. (who had been to England with ) & her little daugter only 3 or 4 days old.— the “Maid of Iowa—” was 11 days coming from . [p. [116]]
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