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

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10 February 1844 • Saturday
Saturday Feb 10[th] at home
held court. vs for assault—— suit abated parties sttld [settled]
<​— came an[d] gave my clerks & — 1 bar[rel] flour worth $4.50.— 2.50 himself $1.00. Henry Deam 1.00.— 2 or 3 gallons of soap <​E Whitigs [Edwin Whiting]​>— a small ham— 4 brooms— a pou[n]d or two of butter f[ro]m the breth[re]n at — at the reque[s]t of the 12.— so that th[e]y might continu to write.—​>
I instructed the Marshal to inform the teacher that he I must have the assemb[l]y room over the for my own use— for the future.
prayer meeti[n]g— Assembly Room. prayed for Sister Richa[r]ds & othe[r]s. [p. [261]]
10 February 1844 • Saturday
Saturday Feb 10[th] at home
held court. vs for assault—— suit abated parties sttld [settled]
— came and gave my clerks & — 1 barrel flour worth $4.50.— 2.50 himself $1.00. Henry Deam 1.00.— 2 or 3 gallons of soap E Whitigs [Edwin Whiting]— a small ham— 4 brooms— a pound or two of butter from the brethren at — at the request of the 12.— so that they might continu to write.—
I instructed the Marshal to inform the teacher that I must have the assembly room over the for my own use— for the future.
prayer meeting— Assembly Room. prayed for Sister Richards & others. [p. [261]]
Page [261]