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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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7 April 1844 • Saturday
Sunday Ap[r]il 7. 1844 a very pleasant morning
the people began to assemble— and by 10 oclock there was the largest congregation ever seen in and the Choir sung an hymn “Ye slumbering nations that have slept a long night” when the meeting was calld to order by the . and the Choir sung. “The Spirit of God &c:”— presented the request of 3 or 4 sick and offerd a prayer in their prayer behalf. <​and all the congregat[io]n said amen​> followd by in prayer & singing by the choir.
Prest J. Smith req[u]ested. that the congregation would keep good order.— and in the name of the constituti[o]n. continental congress & god almighty I command the police to keep good order—— [p. [65]]
7 April 1844 • Saturday
Sunday April 7. 1844 a very pleasant morning
the people began to assemble— and by 10 oclock there was the largest congregation ever seen in and the Choir sung an hymn “Ye slumbering nations that have slept a long night” when the meeting was calld to order by the . and the Choir sung. “The Spirit of God &c:”— presented the request of 3 or 4 sick and offerd a prayer in their behalf. and all the congregation said amen followd by in prayer & singing by the choir.
Prest J. Smith requested. that the congregation would keep good order.— and in the name of the constitution. continental congress & god almighty I command the police to keep good order—— [p. [65]]
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