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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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25 August 1843 • Friday
Friday August 25[th] 1843
<​ in the office— spoke of a new revelitn [revelation].—​>
Rain in gentle showers through the day— the first water of much amount that has fallen since 1st June in .— the earth has been ex[c]eedingly dry.— & the early potato nearly destroyed. corn has been checkd in its growth. & even vines much inju[re]d by drouth.
saw the preside[n]t at tea 5 PM. [p. [67]]
25 August 1843 • Friday
Friday August 25[th] 1843
in the office— spoke of a new revelitn revelation.—
Rain in gentle showers through the day— the first water of much amount that has fallen since 1st June in .— the earth has been exceedingly dry.— & the early potato nearly destroyed. corn has been checkd in its growth. & even vines much injured by drouth.
saw the president at tea 5 PM. [p. [67]]
Page [67]