Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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ment. s horse, (for he went with our company.) which was behind ran. and Jumped into our sleeigh as we Jumped out & thence over our horse. & the fence sleigh & all. fence 8 rails high. & bothe horses ran over lots. & through the woods clearing themselves from the sleighs. & had their frolic out witho[u]t Hurting themselves or riders,— it was truly a wonderful feat. & as wonderful a diliverace [deliverance] of the parties We took supper at s & I staid at Mr Roses. invited brethrn to come on Monday & pile up & chop wood. for th[e] . [p. [194]]
ment. s horse, (for he went with our company.) which was behind ran. and Jumped into our sleeigh as we Jumped out & thence over our horse. & the fence sleigh & all. fence 8 rails high. & bothe horses ran over lots. & through the woods clearing themselves from the sleighs. & had their frolic out without Hurting themselves or riders,— it was truly a wonderful feat. & as wonderful a diliverace [deliverance] of the parties We took supper at s & I staid at Mr Roses. invited brethrn to come on Monday & pile up & chop wood. for the . [p. [194]]
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