Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1845

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  • Historical Introduction
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he would hear the pure gospel, receive it with his whole heart, and rejoice therein; and unto him would be added intelligence, happiness, glory, and everlasting life.
 
Chapter 14
Chap. 14.
 
1st vision <of >— the box2d visionthe tree and spacious building
 
After selling the Tunbridge farm, we moved to the Town of Royalton, which was only but a short distance. Here we resided but a few months, then moved again to Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont.
In the latter place my rented a farm of my , which he cultivated in the summer, [2 words illegible] and taught school in the winter season. In this way my he continued laboring for a few years; during which time our circumstances gradually improved, until we found ourselves quite comfortable again.
Meantime we had a son whom we called Joseph, after the name of his . He was born December 23d, 1805; whom I shall speak more particularly of, by and by.
Thence, we moved to Tunbridge; here we had another son, whom we named : he was born Mar. 13th 1808. We lived in this place a short time, then moved to Royalton. Here was born March 13th 1810. We continued here until we had another son, born March 13th, 1811, whom we called . [p. 51]
he would hear the pure gospel, receive it with his whole heart, and rejoice therein; and unto him would be added intelligence, happiness, glory, and everlasting life.
 
Chapter 14
Chap. 14.
 
1st vision of the box2d visionthe tree and spacious building
 
After selling the Tunbridge farm, we moved to the Town of Royalton, which was but a short distance. Here we resided but a few months, then moved again to Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont.
In the latter place my rented a farm of my , which he cultivated in the summer, and taught school in the winter season. In this way he continued laboring for a few years; during which time our circumstances gradually improved, until we found ourselves quite comfortable again.
Meantime we had a son whom we called Joseph, after the name of his . He was born December 23d, 1805; whom I shall speak more particularly of, by and by.
Thence, we moved to Tunbridge; here we had another son, whom we named : he was born Mar. 13th 1808. We lived in this place a short time, then moved to Royalton. Here was born March 13th 1810. We continued here until we had another son, born March 13th, 1811, whom we called . [p. 51]
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