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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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21 February 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday— Feb 21— 1844 at. home.
Rev Mr De. Wolf. Churchman. Lectu[r]ed in the assembly room. in the eve. I attended & after sermon— at his request. spoke to the people to show them that to get salvation we must not only do some things but every thing whi[c]h God had comandd [commanded] to get salvati[o]n.
at the same hour. the Twelve met in my office— & selected 8 men to fulfil th[e] exploring expedition— I mentiond to them on the 20th. and they adjo[urn]ed to meet at the assembly room. ev[en]ing 23.
This day published a pacific Inuendo in— concurrence with s Letter. also Letter to to let— Signal alone.
ice left the west bank of the . opposite Lower brick house
very warm & pleasant [p. [272]]
21 February 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday— Feb 21— 1844 at. home.
Rev Mr De. Wolf. Churchman. Lectured in the assembly room. in the eve. I attended & after sermon— at his request. spoke to the people to show them that to get salvation we must not only do some things but every thing which God had comandd commanded to get salvation.
at the same hour. the Twelve met in my office— & selected 8 men to fulfil the exploring expedition— I mentiond to them on the 20th. and they adjo[urn]ed to meet at the assembly room. evening 23.
This day published a pacific Inuendo in— concurrence with s Letter. also Letter to to let— Signal alone.
ice left the west bank of the . opposite Lower brick house
very warm & pleasant [p. [272]]
Page [272]