Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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13 May 1844 • Monday
Monday— May 13th 1844. <​rain. this morig [morning]​>
at home— at 9. A M. called a meeting of the Kin[g]dom.
10 A M went to my office convesd [conversed] with several of the Breth[r]en.
Sold 100 acres of land. recd 300 dolla[r]s cash— & his note for $1000. and $20. for . paid $298.00 & took up note of & given for mony they had borrowd f[o]r me. & $10.00— to . . .
2 P.M Meeting of Lyce[u]m. Letter of April 25— & one 26 read. city clerk instutd [instructed] to answer. & & to go a[n]d carry it.—— see minutes of the meting.— adjud [adjourned] at 5—— & Letter of Sec— to & May 13. 1844
6. P.M. Steame[r] of “Ma[i]d of Iowa” retu[rn]ed from — with 400 bu[shels] corn 200 wheat.— for —— and som for .
8 eve Joseph went on th[e] ma[i]d of Iowa with . & retu[rne]d in a few mntes [minutes].—
plesnt weather.— [p. [118]]
13 May 1844 • Monday
Monday— May 13th 1844. rain. this morig [morning]
at home— at 9. A M. called a meeting of the Kingdom.
10 A M went to my office convesd [conversed] with several of the Brethren.
Sold 100 acres of land. recd 300 dollars cash— & his note for $1000. and $20. for . paid $298.00 & took up note of & given for mony they had borrowd for me. & $10.00— to . . .
2 P.M Meeting of Lyceum. Letter of April 25— & one 26 read. city clerk instutd [instructed] to answer. & & to go and carry it.—— see minutes of the meting.— adjud adjourned at 5—— & Letter of Sec— to & May 13. 1844
6. P.M. Steamer of “Maid of Iowa” returned from — with 400 bushels corn 200 wheat.— for —— and som for .
8 eve Joseph went on the maid of Iowa with . & returned in a few mntes minutes.—
plesnt weather.— [p. [118]]
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