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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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weather &c the weather is extremely cold & freezing and has been almost continually since October. there was a breaking up of the ice in the in Februa[r]y so that Boats passd from to — and the falls were clear so that boats passd from to . but the river has not been cleard yet f[r]om the [Esaias] Edwards Brick house & upwa[r]ds— & the breth[re]n have brought a multitude of wood on the ice from the opposite shore and the islands. hundreds of cords per day. Feb 2 ground clear except a little ice. [p. [273]]
weather &c the weather is extremely cold & freezing and has been almost continually since October. there was a breaking up of the ice in the in February so that Boats passd from to — and the falls were clear so that boats passd from to . but the river has not been cleard yet from Esaias Edwards Brick house & upwards— & the brethren have brought a multitude of wood on the ice from the opposite shore and the islands. hundreds of cords per day. ground clear except a little ice. [p. [273]]
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