History Draft [1 January–3 March 1843]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<​9​> We returd to ’s just before the close of the meeting at the school house where preached, After passing the usual salutations with several who had caled to see me. Singing the Jubilee. &c, retired to rest.
10 January 1843 • Tuesday
<​11 <​10​>​> Tuesday 10th At 8½. AM. We started for , and stopping only to water at the public well in , arrived at my home at 2½ P.M found my family well, who, with many friends assembled to greet us on our safe return. & my freedom. My <​aged​> came in and got hold of my arm before I saw her, which producd a veray agreable Surprize, on my part, and the Old Lady was overjoyed to behold her Son free once more.
11 January 1843 • Wednesday
<​11​> Wednesday 11th I rode out with , this morning, desyning to go to Bro <​Isaac​> Russel[l]s, and apologize for breaking his carriage on our retun from , but broke a sleigh shoe, & returd home, where I received a visit from a company of Gentlemen & Ladies from , on the , who left 2½ P.M. I directed letters of invitation <​to be written​> from myself & , for a dinner party, at my home, on Wednesday next. at 10 A M, <​to be​> directed to, Brothers , , , , , , , , , , H[arvey] Tate , , , , , , , , , & their Ladies; also, Mr , & A & Ladies. And My Mother, , & Sisters . &— ,— On hearing of my invitations for a dinner, The issued the following “Proclamation to the Saints in (Wasp 147) Clerk”
12 January 1843 • Thursday
<​12​> Thursday 12, At home all day.
13 January 1843 • Friday
<​13—​> Friday 13 At home till near Sun Set, then went to Bro to with, to See Sophia Marks. who was sick; heard her relate her vision or dream of a visit from her Two Brothers who were dead touching the associations & relations of another world.
14 January 1843 • Saturday
<​14​> Saturday 14th. Rode out with in the morning. At 10 A. M. Attended City Council. & in the evening called the Quorum together in my chamber to pray for Sophia Marks, who was very sick.—
15 January 1843 • Sunday
<​15​> Sunday 15. I spent at home with my family.
16 January 1843 • Monday
<​16​> Monday 16 I was about home— & directed a letter to be written As follows, Janary 16 (L.B <​243​>) J. S. [p. 8]
9 We returd to ’s just before the close of the meeting at the school house where preached, After passing the usual salutations with several who had caled to see me. Singing the Jubilee. &c, retired to rest.
10 January 1843 • Tuesday
10 Tuesday 10th At 8½. AM. We started for , and stopping only to water at the public well in , arrived at my home at 2½ P.M found my family well, who, with many friends assembled to greet us on our safe return. & my freedom. My aged came in and got hold of my arm before I saw her, which producd a veray agreable Surprize, on my part, and the Old Lady was overjoyed to behold her Son free once more.
11 January 1843 • Wednesday
11 Wednesday 11th I rode out with , this morning, desyning to go to Bro Isaac Russells, and apologize for breaking his carriage on our retun from , but broke a sleigh shoe, & returd home, where I received a visit from a company of Gentlemen & Ladies from , on the , who left 2½ P.M. I directed letters of invitation to be written from myself & , for a dinner party, at my home, on Wednesday next. at 10 A M, to be directed to, Brothers , , , , , , , , , , Harvey Tate , , , , , , , , , & Ladies; also, Mr , & & Ladies. My Mother, , & Sisters . &— ,— On hearing of my invitations for a dinner, The issued the following “Proclamation to the Saints in (Wasp 147) Clerk”
12 January 1843 • Thursday
12 Thursday 12, At home all day.
13 January 1843 • Friday
13— Friday 13 At home till near Sun Set, then went to Bro with, to See Sophia Marks. who was sick; heard her relate her vision or dream of a visit from her Two Brothers who were dead touching the associations & relations of another world.
14 January 1843 • Saturday
14 Saturday 14th. Rode out with in the morning. At 10 A. M. Attended City Council. & in the evening called the Quorum together in my chamber to pray for Sophia Marks, who was very sick.—
15 January 1843 • Sunday
15 Sunday 15. I spent at home with my family.
16 January 1843 • Monday
16 Monday 16 I was about home— & directed a letter to be written As follows, Janary 16 (L.B 243) J. S. [p. 8]
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