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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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mercury 3 degrees below zero at sun  rise in . It is said by many  the sword was seen in the heavens  last eve again. It is said in the  papers that iron filings & sulphur have  fallen in form of snow storm. in . in five counties.— This day  heard that the Institute  was burned last week. 3 or 4 tracks  were followed in the light snow  from the institute to the middle  of the which was frozen over
. arrived at  and stated that came  with him from to  when was taken by advertisem[en]t [p. 7]
mercury 3 degrees below zero at sun rise in . It is said by many the sword was seen in the heavens last eve again. It is said in the papers that iron filings & sulphur have fallen in form of snow storm. in . in five counties.— This day heard that the Institute was burned last week. 3 or 4 tracks were followed in the light snow from the institute to the middle of the which was frozen over
. arrived at and stated that came with him from to when was taken by advertisement [p. 7]
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