History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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1 December 1842 • Thursday
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<​1​> Thursday Decemr. 1. 1842. was sick which occupied some of my time. Visited (LL 211) history.
Extract of a letter from , superscribed , dated December 1, 1842, whither he had gone to escape the hands of those who sought his life in . “Dear Bro Joseph <​Smith​> (Letter) part. write Answer this as soon as received Yours Truly, for .
2 December 1842 • Friday
<​2​> Friday 2d Sat as mayor (LL 211.) years
3 December 1842 • Saturday
<​3​> Saturday 3 called at (LL 211) &c.
4 December 1842 • Sunday
<​4​> Sunday 4 (The weather (LL 211.) day
The High council of met, heard and accepted & adopted the report of their committee, for dividing the into ten wards for, transacting church business as follows. The first ward (council mintes page 17)
5 December 1842 • Monday
<​5​> Monday 5 In the AM. in with & others on Bankruptcy, making & an inventory of our Property, & a schedule of our liabilities. That we might be prepared to avail ourselves of the laws of the land; as did others, PM (LL 212) Lodge Masonic Lodge
6 December 1842 • Tuesday
<​6​> Tuesday 6 attended the trial of an appealed case of before the municipal court,—
7 December 1842 • Wednesday
<​7​> Wednesday 7, Dined with (LL. 212) wood,
8 December 1842 • Thursday
<​8​> Thursday 8 Spent the day at home, received a visit from & ,— This day , Gov of presented his in his Inaugural Address to the Senate & Hou[s]e of Representatives, remarked that “a great deal (Wasp 124) citizens
9 December 1842 • Friday
<​9​> Friday 9. I chopped wood. My started for to attend to his case of bankruptcy, with Benjamin Covey as witness , , , & , accompanied them to attend to my case, <​* present testimony to , the Government that I was in at the time was shot consequently could not have been a fugitive from the Justice of .— ​> <​and thus procure a discharge from — on s writ for my arrest.​> The weather was cold, and the travelling tedious yet my messengers travelled 34 miles & staid with my Bro who kept a public house at . [p. 17]
1 December 1842 • Thursday
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1 Thursday Decemr. 1. 1842. was sick which occupied some of my time. Visited (LL 211) history.
Extract of a letter from , superscribed , dated December 1, 1842, whither he had gone to escape the hands of those who sought his life in . “Dear Bro Joseph Smith (Letter) part. Answer this as soon as received Yours Truly, for .
2 December 1842 • Friday
2 Friday 2d Sat as mayor (LL 211.) years
3 December 1842 • Saturday
3 Saturday 3 called at (LL 211) &c.
4 December 1842 • Sunday
4 Sunday 4 (The weather (LL 211.) day
The High council of met, heard and accepted & adopted the report of their committee, for dividing the into ten wards for, transacting church business as follows. The first ward (council mintes page 17)
5 December 1842 • Monday
5 Monday 5 In the AM. in with & others on Bankruptcy, making an inventory of our Property, & a schedule of our liabilities. That we might be prepared to avail ourselves of the laws of the land; as did others, PM (LL 212) Masonic Lodge
6 December 1842 • Tuesday
6 Tuesday 6 attended the trial of an appealed case of before the municipal court,—
7 December 1842 • Wednesday
7 Wednesday 7, Dined with (LL. 212) wood,
8 December 1842 • Thursday
8 Thursday 8 Spent the day at home, received a visit from & ,— This day , Gov of in his Inaugural Address to the Senate & House of Representatives, remarked that “a great deal (Wasp 124) citizens
9 December 1842 • Friday
9 Friday 9. I chopped wood. My started for to attend to his case of bankruptcy, with Benjamin Covey as witness , , , & , accompanied them to attend to my case, * present testimony to the Government that I was in at the time was shot consequently could not have been a fugitive from the Justice of .— and thus procure a discharge from — on s writ for my arrest. The weather was cold, and the travelling tedious yet my messengers travelled 34 miles & staid with my Bro who kept a public house at . [p. 17]
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