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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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20 mi[nutes] 11 [a.m.]: A call was made for those who— would volunteer to go preachi[n]g to pass out on th[e] green.—— a great company walked o[u]t. then retur[n]ed. to the seats on the right of the stand— and. the names of those wh[o] coud go 6 months wer[e] fi[r]st taken. <​then 3 months​> viz— &c 244.—— which were read and corrected. after which — made a few remarks.— in relation to principls—
20 mi[nutes]— before 1.— adjou[rn]ed for 1 hour
P.M.— met according to adjou[rn]ment. names of volunteers called and places assigned for their mission.
Gave the brethren some good inst[r]uction. to behave themselves and not come back crying cant you do something for me.— because they have been guilty of iniquity. [p. [78]]
20 minutes 11 [a.m.]: A call was made for those who— would volunteer to go preaching to pass out on the green.—— a great company walked out. then returned. to the seats on the right of the stand— and. the names of those who coud go 6 months were first taken. then 3 months viz— &c 244.—— which were read and corrected. after which — made a few remarks.— in relation to principls—
20 minutes— before 1.— adjourned for 1 hour
P.M.— met according to adjournment. names of volunteers called and places assigned for their mission.
Gave the brethren some good instruction. to behave themselves and not come back crying cant you do something for me.— because they have been guilty of iniquity. [p. [78]]
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