Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1844–1845

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  • Historical Introduction
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Page 7— Jason Mack came to make me a visit in Tunbri[d]ge
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Miscellaneous Notes
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p 7 Introduce. Esthers death his depondency &c &c th comes the following as they come in order
He came to see me in Tunbridge when I had 3 or 4 children brought his addopted son with him left the the young man a Child he took in Nova scotia by the name of William Smith at school— the Boy’s affection Jasons object in taking him &c. &c. relgious . Came to see me again at Tunbridge— when h set out he bought many things for his sister’s a woman crying her husband drowned Jason pitie her 15 dollars and a suit apiece for her and Six children rode 2 days put up at a tavern asked if th wanted preaching a man there from with s cattle preached man staid with cattle to hear him 3 days farther apointed meeting found a poor wom gave her a new dress and shoes— arrived at home house preached—— returned— coasting owned a schooner. he had a in new brunswick supported 30 families he made it his home in new Brunswick a from there to he preached ever as landed. he arranged buisness on in his e them at their springs work planting and making paris and lime, he then coasted 2 years and to see us he stopped at — a heavy his head that he would beat the Ear figures mental operations— he came home told his adventures— One pitch dark night thrwn overboard by the main seas a light appeared by old rope that was hung out fo saved by the power of God— and you dont know at our meetings and how we dwould send the gifts and an when we lived in Norige [p. [1], [miscellany]]
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