History Draft [1 January–30 June 1842]

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1 April 1842 • Friday
<​1​> Friday Apil 1, 1842 I was engaged in the generl business office.
Editorial from the T&S. page 743 &c. “Try the Spirts”— Recent occurrenes (743 &c 748) evil.
2 April 1842 • Saturday
<​2​> Satuday 2, I paid Hugh Rhodes $1150 for a farm. The fouth Regimet () compani[e]s
<​3​> Sundy 3d
4 April 1842 • Monday
<​3 4​> Monday 4th Transacted business at my house (LL. 92) room, and paid him off, principle and interest to the last farthing for all <​that myself or​> the church had had of him, excepting he left a few dollers he was to have out of my , to be taken as he had need, about this time the British
5 April 1842 • Tuesday
<​5​> Tuesday 5, Settled with brother [William] Niswanger.
6 April 1842 • Wednesday
<​6​> Wednesday 6th. of April, <​1842​> being the first day of the 13th year of the rise of the chuch of Jesus Chrst of Letter Day Sai[n]ts. A special conferece had been appointed to be at the city of . but it was so wet & cold it was not p[r]udent for me to go out, as my helth was not good, and I spe[n]t the day with my family, , & Elder & called on me in the morning, & I gave them instructions how to organize & adjou[r]n the conferce. Before they left, & the 12 presnt, bore testimny that they had never heard me teach any principles but those of the strictst virtue, either in public or private. “Confence Minutes, Spcial Confernce. City of April 6, 1842. The day (T&S. 761)
7 April 1842 • Thursday
<​7​> “Thusday 7. “Conference met (T&S. 761 2, 3,) conference”
8 April 1842 • Friday
<​8​> “Friday 8. Confence assembled, Sung a hym. prayer by then (763, T&S,) Clerk.”
9 April 1842 • Saturday
<​9​> Satuday 9. In the for noon <​morn[in]g​> I prea[c]hed at the funeral of bro , And in the evening attended City Council
10 April 1842 • Sunday
<​10​> Sunday 10, I preached in the . and pronounced a curese (LL 93[)]. disegns.
11 April 1842 • Monday
Monday 11. I was at the Lodge & at home
<​<​11​> Monday 11.— ‘From the “Westfield Messenger,” “Mr Horace Palmer. who was on his way from Dunkirk to . about 3 oclock this morning, states (Wasp 35) ”​>
12 April 1842 • Tuesday
<​12​> Tuesday 12. I atteded the Meeting of the Lodge. “The Twelve viz. , , , , , , & , Clerk, assembled in the Lodge Room at 4 o.k. PM. & appoi[n]ted , & a committee to hand out some <​make arrangments​> [p. 8]
1 April 1842 • Friday
1 Friday Apil 1, 1842 I was engaged in the generl business office.
Editorial from the T&S. page 743 &c. “Try the Spirts”— Recent occurrenes (743 &c 748) evil.
2 April 1842 • Saturday
2 Satuday 2, I paid Hugh Rhodes $1150 for a farm. The fouth Regimet () companies
4 April 1842 • Monday
4 Monday 4th Transacted business at my house (LL. 92) room, and paid him off, principle and interest to the last farthing for all that myself or the church had had of him,
5 April 1842 • Tuesday
5 Tuesday 5, Settled with brother [William] Niswanger.
6 April 1842 • Wednesday
6 Wednesday 6th. of April, 1842 being the first day of the 13th year of the rise of the chuch of Jesus Chrst of Letter Day Saints. A special conferece had been appointed at the city of . but it was so wet & cold it was not prudent for me to go out, as my helth was not good, and I spent the day with my family, , & Elder & called on me in the morning, & I gave them instructions how to organize & adjourn the conferce. Before they left, & the 12 presnt, bore testimny that they had never heard me teach any principles but those of the strictst virtue, either in public or private. “Confence Minutes, Spcial Confernce. City of April 6, 1842. The day (T&S. 761)
7 April 1842 • Thursday
7 “Thusday 7. “Conference met (T&S. 761 2, 3,) conference”
8 April 1842 • Friday
8 “Friday 8. Confence assembled, Sung a hym. prayer by then (763, T&S,) Clerk.”
9 April 1842 • Saturday
9 Satuday 9. In the morning I preached at the funeral of bro , And in the evening attended City Council
10 April 1842 • Sunday
10 Sunday 10, I preached in the . and pronounced a curese (LL 93). disegns.
11 April 1842 • Monday
Monday 11. I was at the Lodge & at home
11 Monday 11.— ‘From the “Westfield Messenger,” “Mr Horace Palmer. who was on his way from Dunkirk to . about 3 oclock this morning, states (Wasp 35)
12 April 1842 • Tuesday
12 Tuesday 12. I atteded the Meeting of the Lodge. “The Twelve viz. , , , , , , & , Clerk, assembled in the Lodge Room at 4 o.k. PM. & appointed , & a committee to make arrangments [p. 8]
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