History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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, & , , & & others, on the illegality of the proceedings of our persecutors.
The High council, in session, decided Resolved that the city of (Record. 7. 8) 4 o’clock.”
The city council instructed the sexton, to report weekly, to the Editor of some Newspaper <​published​> in this , the. names and ages of person deceased, & nature of the disease, or cause of their death. <​which may hereafter bee seen in the “Wasp”​>
was declared unworthy to hold the office of Chanceller of the university, <​& was discharged—​> and was Elected Chanceller of the University of the City of and received the oath of office. was Elected Regent of the University in place of deceased.
21 August 1842 • Sunday
<​21​> Sunday 21. I continued in the assembly room. “This day went to the meeting near the and stated to the congregation that <​he was not upon the . (Star. 139. vol 3 &c T&S 9. 22) for the last time. (L.L. 166).​> his daughter Eliza (L.L. 166.) concerning him &c” <​concerning him &c​> He concluded his remarks <​address ​> (L.L. 167) hands, when almost hand was raised, & no opposite vote when call for.” This meeting was productive of great good, by inspiring the Saints with new zeal and courage, & weakening the hands & hearts of the treacherous, & of evil & designing persons disposed to secret compinations combinations, against the truth. visited in the course of the day & manifested a determination to arouse his energies in defense of the truth.— has also signified his intention of returning to his duties in the church.
22 August 1842 • Monday
<​22​> Tuesday 22nd. I find my feelings of the 16 instant towards my friends revived, and while I contemplate (L.L. 179) deeds. I design to resume this subject again, at a future time. Received an interesting visit from and Aunt . My health & Spirits good. This P.M. received a few lines from , informing me that she should expect me home this evening, believing that she could take better care of (L.L. 181.) . [p. 8]
, & , , & & , on the illegality of the proceedings of our persecutors.
The High council, in session, Resolved that the city of (Record. 7. 8) 4 o’clock.”
The city council instructed the sexton, to report weekly, to the Editor of some Newspaper published in this , the. names and ages of person deceased, & nature of the disease, or cause of their death. which may hereafter bee seen in the “Wasp”
was declared unworthy to hold the office of Chanceller , & was discharged— and was Elected Chanceller of the University of the City of and received the oath of office. was Elected Regent of the University in place of deceased.
21 August 1842 • Sunday
21 Sunday 21. I continued in the assembly room. “This day went to the meeting near the and stated to the congregation that he was not upon the . (Star. 139. vol 3 &c T&S 9. 22) for the last time. (L.L. 166). concerning him &c He concluded his address (L.L. 167) hands, when almost hand was raised, & no opposite vote when call for.” This meeting was productive of great good, by inspiring the Saints with new zeal and courage, & weakening the hands & hearts of the treacherous, & of evil & designing persons disposed to secret combinations, against the truth. visited in the course of the day & manifested a determination to arouse his energies in defense of the truth.— has also signified his intention of returning to his duties in the church.
22 August 1842 • Monday
22 Tuesday 22nd. I find my feelings of the 16 instant towards my friends revived, and while I contemplate (L.L. 179) deeds. I design to resume this subject , at a future time. Received an interesting visit from and Aunt . My health & Spirits good. This P.M. received a few lines from , informing me that (L.L. 181.) . [p. 8]
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