Journal, March–September 1838

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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which they once preached and by their preaching  gathered many saints into this land, and now have  betrayed them, O Justice! where hast thou fled,  And thou administrationis whither hast thou conce aled thyself,

30 July 1838 • Monday

30th Monday. This day the circuit court of our  circuit sits in this place commencing  today, presiding Judge, quite  a number of Lawyers were here, from  & &c., They have Just returned from   session, Prst. &   attended court,

31 July 1838 • Tuesday

Tuesday 31st. This day was spent principaly  in Court by most of the . . waited upon President J. Smith Jr and  spent a short time with him, , who is also the Circuit Attorney called  upon this day, and had a  short intervew with him, solesiting him  verry hard, to preach, this evening as he said  those gentlemen of his profession wished to  hear him, as also did ,  but being quite fatigued in consequence  of his absence and labors, returning last even ing with Prest. Smith, from , Court adjourned for its regular  sessions.

1–3 August 1838 • Wednesday–Friday

Wendnersday August 1st. 2nd. 3rd. were all  spent by the at home, being  somewhat fatigued, in consequence of ins esant labors, therefore nothing of importance  tra[n]spired during this time, we saw the  publication of the deliverered by [p. 62]
which they once preached and by their preaching gathered many saints into this land, and now have betrayed them, O Justice! where hast thou fled, And thou administrationis whither hast thou concealed thyself,

30 July 1838 • Monday

30th Monday. This day the circuit court of our circuit sits in this place commencing today, presiding Judge, quite a number of Lawyers were here, from & &c., They have Just returned from session, Prst. & attended court,

31 July 1838 • Tuesday

Tuesday 31st. This day was spent principaly in Court by most of the . . waited upon President J. Smith Jr and spent a short time with him, , who is also the Circuit Attorney called upon this day, and had a short intervew with him, solesiting him verry hard, to preach, this evening as he said those gentlemen of his profession wished to hear him, as also did , but being quite fatigued in consequence of his absence and labors, returning last evening with Prest. Smith, from , Court adjourned for its regular sessions.

1–3 August 1838 • Wednesday–Friday

Wendnersday August 1st. 2nd. 3rd. were all spent by the at home, being somewhat fatigued, in consequence of insesant labors, therefore nothing of importance transpired during this time, we saw the publication of the deliverered by [p. 62]
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