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

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20 March 1843 • Monday

Monday March 21st <20st> 1843.  Rode to ’s— with  Mrs. [Margaret Lawrence] Butterfield, about a deed.
Rec[k]oned with , and give   a note to balance. all demands   took the acknowled[g]ement of  about 20 deeds. of the Trustee to  sundry individuals. and left the office  about 3 o’clock,
This evening from 7 to 9 was  seen <by . & othe[r]s> in the heavens a dark  stripe of considerable width  passing over our zenith, dark  as the darkest clouds. [p. 16]

20 March 1843 • Monday

Monday March 20st 1843. Rode to ’s— with Mrs. Margaret Lawrence Butterfield, about a deed.
Reckoned with , and give a note to balance. all demands took the acknowledgement of about 20 deeds. of the Trustee to sundry individuals. and left the office about 3 o’clock,
This evening from 7 to 9 was seen by . & others in the heavens a dark stripe of considerable width passing over our zenith, dark as the darkest clouds. [p. 16]
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