Minutes and Discourses, , Hancock Co., IL, 6–8 Apr. 1843; in JS, Journal, 1842–1844, book 2, pp. –; handwriting of ; JS Collection, CHL.
voted that go to the village of . in the State of N. york. & build up a church. . . .
— signified his willingness to go any where the conferenc[e] shall direct.
Singing by Quoir.—
Templee committee were called up for trial. at 11. o’clock. < said.> some may expect I am going to be a means of a downfall. of the committee. tis not so. but I design to shew they have been partial.
has over run the amount allowed by trustees about ¼.— pretty much all elder Higby’s son has receivd in money & store pay.— Higbys son has had nothing deducted [p. ]