Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July 1843–29 February 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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8 January 1844 • Monday
Monday Jan— 8—— At home in the morning—
11. A.M went to the My office to investigate a difficulty between & his wife. staid about 2 hours left the case to . who labord to produce a reconciliation— with good effect.— each agreeing to promote each others happiness.— which if they keept their covenant. told them God would bless them & if he htey [they] did not God would curse them.—
Had and [an?] interview with in the street.— front of .
uncle came from— Macedonia to day.—
arrived from & put up at Sniders
retund [returned] to with a possey of 11 men to apprehend Milton Cook.— cou[l]d not get him & put up at. s— for the night.—
some snow this eve [p. [227]]
8 January 1844 • Monday
Monday Jan— 8—— At home in the morning—
11. A.M went to My office to investigate a difficulty between & his wife. staid about 2 hours left the case to . who labord to produce a reconciliation— with good effect.— each agreeing to promote each others happiness.— which if they keept their covenant. told them God would bless them & if htey [they] did not God would curse them.—
Had and [an] interview with in the street.— front of .
uncle came from— Macedonia to day.—
arrived from & put up at Sniders
retund [returned] to with a possey of 11 men to apprehend Milton Cook.— could not get him & put up at. s— for the night.—
some snow this eve [p. [227]]
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