History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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1 May 1841 • Saturday
<​1​> Satu[r]day May 1, 1841, Elder became associated with the Times & Season as <​one of the​> Editors.
The first Regiment, first cohort of the was organized (Legion History,) four companies.
I attended the City council, & moved that the sympathies of this council be tendered to the relatives of deceased, who was the assessor & collecter for the <​which was caried,​> I also moved that a new burying ground be procured out of the . and purchased at the expene of the , which was carried, & Alderman & Councillors. & were appointed a committee for the same. The purchase was ordered to be 10 acres. I spoke at length of the rights & privilige of the owner of the ferry & other subjects before the council.
2 May 1841 • Sunday
<​2​> Sunday 2. The Teachers Quorum was organized in
4 May 1841 • Tuesday
<​4​> Tuesday 4 (T&S. 417 .18) Joseph Smith Lieut Genl
6 May 1841 • Thursday
<​6​> Thusday. City of (T&S. 414). Smith.
8 May 1841 • Saturday
<​8​> Saturday. 8. Brother is preaching in as appears by his letter of this date. Accounts <​of the pogress of the gospel​> from the Elders abroad are very encouraging.
15 May 1841 • Saturday
<​15th​> good news has recently reached us from Tennessee, , , <​&​> .
16 May 1841 • Sunday
<​16​> Sunday 16 I addressed the saints. The following was reported of my of Sermen by the Editer, “At 10 oclock AM (T&S. 429, 430 431.)
19 May 1841 • Wednesday
<​19​> Wednesday 19th The Rochester arrived at Quaratine Ground ; after a toilsome passage. At one time they were beset with head winds & a tedious storm. When the Twelve united in prayer, & the sea soon storm abated & the sea became calm. & they went on their way rejoicing.
“Batavia. N. York. May 19. 1841. So the saints (T&S.516) Last Days, J. Shamp M Shamp.” Several other instances of healing are mentioned by Bro. Shamp.— and such things are common in the church at this day. according to the faith of the Saints.
20 May 1841 • Thursday
<​20​> Thursday 20.— The Twelve arrived at the Dock in about 4 oclok this P.M. but were prevented from landing <​by the Carters & Rowdies​> until late in the evening. by Such is the confusien in . on the arrival of a ship, boat, ◊◊r or co[a]ch, that strangers may well suppose [p. 9]
1 May 1841 • Saturday
1 Saturday May 1, 1841, Elder became associated with the Times & Season as one of the Editors.
The first Regiment, first cohort of the was organized (Legion History,) four companies.
I attended the City council, & moved that the sympathies of this council be tendered to the relatives of deceased, who was the assessor & collecter for the which was caried, I also moved that a new burying ground be procured out of the . and purchased at the expene of the , which was carried, & Alderman & Councillors. & were appointed a committee for the same. The purchase was ordered to be 10 acres. I spoke at length of the rights & privilige of the owner of the ferry & other subjects before the council.
2 May 1841 • Sunday
2 Sunday 2. The Teachers Quorum was organized in
4 May 1841 • Tuesday
4 Tuesday 4 (T&S. 417 .18) Joseph Smith Lieut Genl
6 May 1841 • Thursday
6 Thusday. City of (T&S. 414). Smith.
8 May 1841 • Saturday
8 Saturday. 8. Brother is preaching in as appears by his letter of this date. Accounts of the pogress of the gospel from the Elders abroad are very encouraging.
15 May 1841 • Saturday
15th good news has recently reached us from Tennessee, , , & .
16 May 1841 • Sunday
16 Sunday 16 I addressed the saints. The following was reported of my Sermen by the Editer, “At 10 oclock AM (T&S. 429, 430 431.)
19 May 1841 • Wednesday
19 Wednesday 19th The Rochester arrived at Quaratine Ground ; after a toilsome passage. At one time they were beset with head winds & a tedious storm. When the Twelve united in prayer, & the storm abated & the sea became calm. & they went on their way rejoicing.
“Batavia. N. York. May 19. 1841. So the saints (T&S.516) Last Days, J. Shamp M Shamp.” Several other instances of healing are mentioned by Bro. Shamp.— and such things are common in the church at this day. according to the faith of the Saints.
20 May 1841 • Thursday
20 Thursday 20.— The Twelve arrived at the Dock in about 4 oclok this P.M. but were prevented from landing by the Carters & Rowdies until late in the evening. Such is the confusien in . on the arrival of a ship, boat, r or coach, that strangers may well suppose [p. 9]
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