History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

  • Source Note
Page 21
image
1 December 1841 • Wednesday
<​1​> Wednesday Dec 1.st 1841— in view of the proceedings of the meeting of the church at on the 18th of Novr when several <​certain​> <​individuals​> were cut off from the Church for Stealing, The Twelve issued the following Epistle “We are glad (T&S. 616. 17)
2 December 1841 • Thursday
<​2​> Thurdey [Thursday] Dec 2. I recived the following Reveletion Reveletion, To . Given Decr 2, 1841. Verily thus saith the Lord. (L. Lord 66) Lord.
4 December 1841 • Saturday
<​4​> Saturdy 4[th] A conference was held at (L.L. 26) chu[rc]h
I attendd the city council & spoke in defence of the Marshall in his not serving a warrent, when his life would have been endangered.—
7 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​7​> Tuesday. 7. Copy of a letter to <​Lawyers​> & <​​> of . “Esquires (Li. 217) Smith”
8 December 1841 • Wednesday
<​8​> Wednesday 8 The twelve who attened the conferene on the 4[th] inst, returnd with near a thousand dollars worth of property for the which had been donated by the saints at ; consisting of horses, waggons, provision, clothing &c.
10 December 1841 • Friday
<​10​> Friday 10. 1841. Esqr. (L. B. 216) Smith
11 December 1841 • Saturday
<​11​> Satuday 11. Late this evening, while sitting in council with the Twelve in my new , on Water Street, I directed , Prst of the 12 to to go (L. L. 33) to do.
left for Several days Since, and reported the situation of affairs concerning , as rather unfavorable, and I told him he need not return <​there​> at present. <​considering it unnecessary for him to tary there any longer​> at present.— Since I have been engaged of in laying the foundation of the Church of Christ, I have been prevented, in, various ways from keeping continuing my Journal & the History, in a manner Satisfatry [satisfactory] to Myselfe, or in justice to the cause, Long imprisonments, vexatious & Long continued Lawsuits The treachery of some of my clerks; & the deaths of others and the poverty of myself & bretheren from continued plunder & driving, has prevented a continued chain of events my handing down to posterity a connected memorandum of events, desirable to all lovers of truth. Yet I have continued <​to​> keep up a Journel from time to time [p. 21]
1 December 1841 • Wednesday
1 Wednesday Dec 1.st 1841— in view of the proceedings of the meeting of the church at on the 18th of Novr when certain individuals were cut off from the Church for Stealing, The Twelve issued the following Epistle “We are glad (T&S. 616. 17)
2 December 1841 • Thursday
2 Thurdey [Thursday] 2. I recived the following Reveletion, To . Given Decr 2, 1841. Verily thus saith the Lord. (L. Lord 66) Lord.
4 December 1841 • Saturday
4 Saturdy 4[th] A conference was held at (L.L. 26) church
I attendd the city council & spoke in defence of the Marshall in his not serving a warrent, when his life would have been endangered.—
7 December 1841 • Tuesday
7 Tuesday. 7. Copy of a letter to Lawyers of . “Esquires (Li. 217) Smith”
8 December 1841 • Wednesday
8 Wednesday 8 The twelve who attened the conferene on the 4[th] inst, returnd with near a thousand dollars worth of property for the which had been donated by the saints at ; consisting of horses, waggons, provision, clothing &c.
10 December 1841 • Friday
10 Friday 10. 1841. Esqr. (L. B. 216) Smith
11 December 1841 • Saturday
11 Satuday 11. Late this evening, while sitting in council with the Twelve in my new , on Water Street, I directed , Prst of the 12 to to go (L. L. 33) to do.
left for Several days Since, considering it unnecessary for him to tary there any longer at present.— Since I have been engaged in laying the foundation of the Church of Christ, I have been prevented, in, various ways from continuing my Journal & the History, in a manner Satisfatry [satisfactory] to Myselfe, or in justice to the cause, Long imprisonments, vexatious & Long continued Lawsuits The treachery of some of my clerks; & the death of others and the poverty of myself & bretheren from continued plunder & driving, has prevented my handing down to posterity a connected memorandum of events, desirable to all lovers of truth. Yet I have continued to keep up a Journel [p. 21]
Page 21