Journal, March–September 1838

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  • Historical Introduction
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highly exasperated toward him, he further  stated that the Laws of our Country gave him  this privilege, the sheriff did not serve his  writ upon hearing this, and said he would go  to and see upon the  subject, Prest. Smith told him he would remain  at home untill he should return. etc. The sheriff  accordingly returned and found Prest. Smith at  home where he had been during his absence  The sheriff informed him very gravely that he  (Prest Smith) was out of his jurisdiction and that  he (Said Sheriff) could not act in this  he therefore returned as tight [light?] as he came

20–21 August 1838 • Monday–Tuesday

20th This day the inhabitants of the different  parts of the or met to organize  themselves into companies called agricultural  , the were there and took  a part in the same, one Company was estab lished called the western agricultural com-[pan]y  who voted to take in one field for grain  containing twelve sections which is seven  thousands Six hundred & eighty acres of land  Another Company was organised Called the  eastern agricultural Company the number  of acres is not yet asertained, the next day another  Company was organised Called the southern Agri.  Comp-y field to be as large as the first one,

22 August 1838 • Wednesday

22nd. This day was spent part of the time in coun ciling with several bretheren upon different  subjects, Bretheren continue to into   daily

23 August 1838 • Thursday

23rd. This day was spent in such municipal  labors as they saw was necessary, in this place

24–30 August 1838 • Friday–Thursday

Friday the 24th This day was spent at home by the   as also was the 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30,th [p. 71]
highly exasperated toward him, he further stated that the Laws of our Country gave him this privilege, the sheriff did not serve his writ upon hearing this, and said he would go to and see upon the subject, Prest. Smith told him he would remain at home untill he should return. etc. The sheriff accordingly returned and found Prest. Smith at home where he had been during his absence The sheriff informed him very gravely that he (Prest Smith) was out of his jurisdiction and that he (Said Sheriff) could not act in this he therefore returned as tight light as he came

20–21 August 1838 • Monday–Tuesday

20th This day the inhabitants of the different parts of the or met to organize themselves into companies called agricultural , the were there and took a part in the same, one Company was established called the western agricultural com-pany who voted to take in one field for grain containing twelve sections which is seven thousands Six hundred & eighty acres of land Another Company was organised Called the eastern agricultural Company the number of acres is not yet asertained, the next day another Company was organised Called the southern Agri. Comp-y field to be as large as the first one,

22 August 1838 • Wednesday

22nd. This day was spent part of the time in counciling with several bretheren upon different subjects, Bretheren continue to into daily

23 August 1838 • Thursday

23rd. This day was spent in such municipal labors as they saw was necessary, in this place

24–30 August 1838 • Friday–Thursday

Friday the 24th This day was spent at home by the as also was the 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30,th [p. 71]
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