History, 1838–1856, volume E-1 [1 July 1843–30 April 1844]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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4 April 1844 • Thursday
<​April 4.​> Thursday 4. In a General Council in the Assembly room from 9 to 12 a. m. and from 1 to 4 p. m..
I was visited by Eleven Indians who wanted Council and had an impressive interview.
Elder was in the council and left immediately for . [HC 6:286]
A Company of Saints arrived on the Steamer St. Croix.
Showery day.
5 April 1844 • Friday
<​5.​> Friday 5. Attended the dedication of the , which was attended by about 550 members of the Masonic fraternity from various parts of the world, a procession was formed at ’s house and was accompanied by the Brass Band to the ; the dedicatory ceremonies were performed by the Worshipful Master ; Elder delivered an able Masonic address. and I also addressed the Assembly; all the visiting Masons were furnished a dinner at the at the expense of the Lodge; the building is admitted to be the most substantial and best finished Masonic Temple in the Western States, it has been erected under the direction of Mr.
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In consequence of ill health, I deferred preaching the funeral sermon of until Sunday. Elder addressed a very large assembly at the .
6 April 1844 • Saturday • First of Two Entries
<​6.​> Saturday 6. Conference met pursuant to adjournment. Present— President Joseph Smith, , and .
of the Twelve, , , [p. 1950]
4 April 1844 • Thursday
April 4. Thursday 4. In a General Council in the Assembly room from 9 to 12 a. m. and from 1 to 4 p. m..
I was visited by Eleven Indians who wanted Council and had an impressive interview.
Elder was in the council and left immediately for . [HC 6:286]
A Company of Saints arrived on the Steamer St. Croix.
Showery day.
5 April 1844 • Friday
5. Friday 5. Attended the dedication of the , which was attended by about 550 members of the Masonic fraternity from various parts of the world, a procession was formed at ’s house and was accompanied by the Brass Band to the ; the dedicatory ceremonies were performed by the Worshipful Master ; Elder delivered an able Masonic address. and I also addressed the Assembly; all the visiting Masons were furnished a dinner at the at the expense of the Lodge; the building is admitted to be the most substantial and best finished Masonic Temple in the Western States, it has been erected under the direction of Mr.
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In consequence of ill health, I deferred preaching the funeral sermon of until Sunday. Elder addressed a very large assembly at the .
6 April 1844 • Saturday • First of Two Entries
6. Saturday 6. Conference met pursuant to adjournment. Present— President Joseph Smith, , and .
of the Twelve, , , [p. 1950]
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