History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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1 January 1841 • Friday
<​1​> January. Same time this month The “Millinial [Millennial] Star” containd the following communication. <​which I have read several times.​> It is one of the sweetest pieces that has been written in these last days; <​I therefore insert it Entire.​> “Elections & Reprobation, do you believe (X <​M. S. 217, 18, 19, 20, 21, 2, 3, 4, 225) Richards.—​>
8 January 1841 • Friday
<​8​> Friday 8. Elder wrote President from Eng. In the first place (T&S. 365) Nottingham
15 January 1841 • Friday
<​15​> Friday. 16th A proclamation X (<​T. &. S.​> 272, 3., 4, 5, 6, 277) Chu[r]ch
I issued the following in the January No of the Times & Season Elders X (T. & S. 287,) destination,
18 January 1841 • Monday
<​18​> Monday 18. & . were at & commenced reading, & preparing and index the Book of Mormon & writing an Index to the English Edition,—
19 January 1841 • Tuesday
<​19​> Tuesday 19. Elder . has baptized 29 at Newcastle, Eng, at I received the following: Revelations given to Joseph Smith, January 19, 1841,
<​1​> 1, “verily (D. & C. 394, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 400, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 410 11, 12, 413,) Amen
20 January 1841 • Wednesday
<​20​> Wedn[es]day 20[th] “In the month (M.S. 301.) Tomlinson”
21 January 1841 • Thursday
<​21​> Thur[s]day 21. Elders & completed the Index to the Book of Mormon. this morning, which was immediately put in type which closed the printing of the <​1st​> English Edition.
24 January 1841 • Wednesday
<​24​> Sunday 24. preached at on Election & Reprobation.
(T&S. 310) deceased.
30 January 1841 • Saturday
<​30​> Saturday 30 & Sunday 31. was a conference at Walnut Grove Knox Co. Ill. Elder presiding, 113 members at that place. 14 Elders & several branches were reported, & severl baptised at this conferece. The work is rapidly spreading. [p. 1]
1 February 1841 • Monday
<​1​> Monday. 1st The first Election. X (T&S. 309) .
3 February 1841 • Wednesday
<​3​> Wednesday 3. reports, 160 baptized at , Ireland about 25, Isle of Man 70, Hawarden 30,— is in .
The city council of Organized <​& opend by prayr by Joseph Smith​>. when the Mayor Elect delivered his inaugurel Address, <​as published in the Times & Seasons page. 316. & onward,​> and the following persons were Elected by the council to their respective offices. To wit, (T&S. 319) Sheets, I presented to the City Council the following resolutions which was unanimously adopted. Resolved (T&S. 320.) wont, <​I Presented a bill for​> “An ordinance concerning the University of Nauvoo Li which passed as follows Sec 1. (T. & S. 321) Recrded, <​I <​also​> presented a bill for ​> “An ordinance organizing the Nauvoo Legion” <​which​> was passed the Same day as follows Sec 1. (T&S. 321.2) Recorded” <​Sec 1 (T&S. 321.2) Recorded.—​> The following addition has been made to the charter of the by the Legislature, “Any citizen (T&S. 320) body,” and I gave a general invitation to my frens to enrol themselvs so as to have a perfect organization by. the 4th of July. I was appointed chairman of sever committes, viz <​“on the canal”​> “for vacating the town of ;” “vending spiritous Liquors:” “Code of City ordinances”: “Board of health:” &, council adjured to the 8th.
4 February 1841 • Thursday
<​4.​> Thursday. 4. I was Elected Lieut General of the Nauvoo Legion. <​Legion Minutes, “Pursuant to an Ordinance (History of ) Companies.​>
5 February 1841 • Friday
<​5​> Friday. 5. Elder is at Glasgow. Scotd. the church in that City numbers. 55, and the spirit of Enquiry increases
6 February 1841 • Saturday
<​6​> Saturday 6, Minutes of a council at Bro Richard Harrisons 72 Burlington , for organizing a co of Saints going to , on Ship Sheffield. Capt. Porter. “Elders , , , & othe[r] offices prsent. Elder was chosen prest. & Thomas Walmly, Miles Romny, Edd Martin John Tayler, Francis Clark, & John Riley. councillors to . Edward Martin Clerk & Historien, & John Tayler were ordained Elders. & his council were blessed & set apart for their mission by the <​high​> council.” Clerk.
7 February 1841 • Sunday
<​7​> Sunday 7. Ship Sheffield sailed from 235 with 235 Saints.
8 February 1841 • Monday
<​8​> Monday 8th writes from , To the Editor of the “Star” “Since Stanly Hill (M.S. 283.4) effect”
city council met according to adjournment & opened by prayer which was made a standing rule of the council. [p. 2]
<​8​> I reported a bill to the council for a survey of a canal across through the city. which was accepted, & I was appointed for to contract for a survey of the canal. I also reported a bill for an ordinance on Temperance, which was read and laid over.
10 February 1841 • Wednesday
<​10​> Wednesdy 10. Elder James Burnham writes from Overton Wales. I have organized 2 branches, of about 150 members, & we are continually baptized <​baptizi[n]g​> whethr it be cold or hot, there is great opposition.
11 February 1841 • Thursday
<​11​> Thurday 11 Elders , & , in council, <​at​> 72 Burlington st, . Set apart by the Laying on of hands. Elder Daniel Browett to take charge of a co of saints about to sail for on ship Echo, Capt Wood,— & John Cheese, David Wilding, James Lavender, Wm Jenkins, Robert Harris, & to be his councilors. Robert Harris was ordained an Elder, & Elder Browett was appointed clerk & Historian to this Co.
13 February 1841 • Saturday
<​13​> Saturdy 13th Elder sailed from for on his way to .
14 February 1841 • Sunday
<​14​> Sunday 14th A Conference X (282. 3. M. S.) increase; James Albon was ordained Elder. & Thomas Barnes Priest. P. Williams was ordained an Elder to preside over the branch at Bedford, & <​& John Sheffield​> Preists. Richard Bates was ordained Prest in the branch at Woolwich. & APointed Teacher: all under the hands of Els & It was then Moved (M S. 282, 3,) Clerk”
15 February 1841 • Monday
<​15​> Monday 15th As chairmen of the committee I. reported the following <​a​> bill to the city council which after a long discussion passed into, “an ordinance in Relation to Temperance” Sec 1 (321. T&S.) RecrIn the foregoing discussion I spoke at <​great​> length on Spiritous Liquers & showed that it was unnecessary, and operates as a poisen in the stomach, & that Roots & herbs can be found to effect all necessary purposes;
16 February 1841 • Tuesday
<​16​> Tuesday 16. It was resolved by the Senate of and the House of Representatives concurring, to print 2000 copies of the Evidence taken before the examining court, in relation to Mormon difficulties, & such Letters, orders, & correspondence, as might be selected by a joint committee of the 2 houses.” <​Resolved by the senate (Doc 10) (41) Is this s last struggle​> Struggle, to raise retrieve her lost character? To publish to the world a onesided statement, of her robberies, murders, & Extermination, <​which she had committed​> without provocation,— at a time when not one Mormon <​Saint​> was left in to tell the truth, about them. [p. 3]
<​16​> The ship Echo, sailed from , for , <​with​> 109 Saints, Led by Dani[e]l Browett.
20 February 1841 • Saturday
<​20​> Saturday, 20 <​ went to Wales. Harnden [Hawarden, Wales].​> The Court Martial (T&S. 336) years<​; also ordered that enlist (Legion History P. 2.) Promoted.​>
22 February 1841 • Monday
<​22​> Monday 22. I moved <​laid before​> the city council the following: Resolved (T.&S. 335 6) winter, which was accepted unanimously. I also presented. a bill for An Ordinance in relation to the University. Sec 1. (T&S. 336) Recorder.(The council divided the city into 4 wards <​at my suggestion​> to wit: “All that district of county within the city limits, north of the centre of Knight St. & west of the centre of Well St. shall constitute the 1st ward: North of the centre of Knight St. & E of the centre of Well St. the 2d ward: South of the center of Knight St & East of the centre of Well St. the 3rd ward; South of the Cr of Knight St. & West of the center of Well St the 4th ward”.)
23 February 1841 • Tuesday
<​23​> Tuesday 23.— Elder [Thomas] Kington writes from Bristol Eng. “we have baptized 8. person in this place.” “An act to Incorporate the House Association (T&S. 370.71) State” “An act to incorporate (T&S. 355 6) State,”
24–28 February 1841 • Wednesday–Sunday
<​24​> Wednesday 24. returned to , and on the <​25​> Thursday 25 attended a blessing Meeting at Bro Damvill’s. Father Melling officiated, & ◊◊◊◊◊ Elder Whitaker, scribe. Saturday 27. went to , and preached in Lumbor St. Room on Sunday the 28[th] [p. 4]
1 March 1841 • Monday
<​1​> Monday March 1, 1841, I attended the city council & presented a bill for “an ordinance in relation to Regious Soceties (T&S. 336. 7) Recorder. I also presented a bill as follows, for “an Ordinance in relation to public meetings (T&S. 337) Recorder.
The Council divided the city (see Feb 22) ward
I also offered a bill for “an Ordinance creating certain additional offices therein named, Sec 1. (T&S. 336) Recr
The council also ordained that all lands hereafter survey in the city, should be surveyed according to the city plat, & that all county <​& state​> roads in the city, which do not occupy the same ground as the streets be discontinued, and that the original surveys of the town of & commerce city be discontinued. A vote of thanks & freedom of the city was conferred on the Hon . U.S. Senator for .
2 March 1841 • Tuesday
<​2​> Tuesday 2 visited Oldhom. & returned
3 March 1841 • Wednesday
<​3​> Wednesday 3d to . Elders & arrived in
4–5 March 1841 • Thursday–Friday
<​4​> Thursday 4. left for , and was followed by Elders & on the 5th. Sunday 7 & preached at the Carpenters Hall .
8 March 1841 • Monday
<​8​> Monday 8. I attended the city council. The following appointments were made, viz. city Surveyor, , Weigher & Seeler, , Assesser, , Market Master, , <​was sworn​> Superviser of streets, & , , & was sworn High Constables. I gave my views on several local Measures proposed by the council.
10 March 1841 • Wednesday
<​10​> Monday 10th. <​“To the Editer of the Star”​> “ March 10th 1841. Dear Brother (MS. 286.7) .” , Govrnor of the State of , (Lieut General’s commissio) State,” (also oath on the back)
11 March 1841 • Thursday
<​11.​> Thursday 11th Elders . & Met at
15 March 1841 • Monday
<​15​> Monday. I attended the city council.— and took part in the discussions concerning Mill. in the S. W. part of the .
Let us look for a moment at the “portentuous omens” (T&S. 352. 3 of Christ. [p. 5]
17 March 1841 • Wednesday
<​17​> Wednesday 17. Ship Alesto. sailed from for with Saints, led by Elders Thomas Smith, & Wm Moss. Elders , , , & father Melling went to & Elders & to Harding <​Harden​>.
20 March 1841 • Saturday
<​20​> Saturday 20. “City of (L. L. 15) them” I enquired of the Lord concerning the foregoing questions & receiving received the following answer. City of March 20, 1841. Let my servants (L. L. 15) Lord.
About this time I receivd. A Revelation (L L. 16) saith the Lord.
23 March 1841 • Tuesday
<​23​> Tuesday 23. returned to , & , wrote the following history of the “Mission to , or the first foreign Mission of the Latter Day Sants (M.S. 289. &c to the 296)
25–27 March 1841 • Thursday–Saturday
<​25​> 25, 26, & 27. Elders & were detained at the post office, as witnesses in the case of Joseph Holloway. the, Queen, vs. Joseph Holloway for detain[in]g Letters.
29 March 1841 • Monday
<​29​> Monday 29. I attended city council & moved that the city Surveyer be ordered to survey & plot the same so as to correspond with the City Plat of & make out a map to be recorded,— which, was carried by the council Much was said in council about fining the owners of dogs, & I contended that it was right to fine individuals who would keep unruly dogs to worry cattle, sheep, & even or the citizens, and an ordinance was passed to that effect.
Elders & were at packing Books of Mormon, to pay off those who had loaned them money to carry forwad the printing, & binding.
<​29.​> <​Monday 29​> Monday 29. Extract of letter from Elder to the Brethren to [illegible] . “The work is prospering (T&S. 134) 11 Deacons” The following are Extracts from s Letter. <​Burslem.— Mach 29— 1841.​> of threesome [illegible] place, its the same person as this presidency. “To Bro (T&S, 435.) baptizd 7.”
31 March 1841 • Wednesday
<​31​> Wednesday 31. Elders & attended conferce in [p. 6]
1 April 1841 • Thursday
<​1​> Thurday Ap[r]il 1, 1841. & went to where they found Elders , & .
2 April 1841 • Friday
<​2​> Friday 2. Elders . & . arrived at , and went into council for the closing of which see the following minuts. “ England Apil. 2 1841 (Minuts) Clerk.”
3 April 1841 • Saturday
<​3​> Saturday 3. “ (See Minutes) Clerk,
4 April 1841 • Sunday
<​4​> Sunday. 4. Report reached that, Prest. Wm H. Harrison— had died of the pleurisy. The Twelve at attended meeting at the Capenters Hall, & individually bore testimony of the fulness of the everlasting gospel.
5 April 1841 • Monday
<​5​> Monday. “ Ap[r]il 5 1841 (Minutes) Clerk”
6 April 1841 • Tuesday
<​6​> Tuesday, 6 of April 1841. <​conference in ​> It being the 1st day of the Twelwth year. of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. At an early hour, the Severel companies comprising the , (T&S. 375, 76. 77) & happy" A conference was held at . Prest presiding, Ma[n]y branches were represented, & the branch at was organized by appointing <​Electing​> , President, & Edson Whipple & Wm Wharton his Counsellers. Jacob Syphret was elected Bishop, & Jesse Prince & [blank] Nickolsen his counsellors.— “The Council of the 12 (M.S. 301. 2 303. 4 . 305.) Thomas Ward Clerk.
7 April 1841 • Wednesday
<​7​> Wednesday 7. “Minutes of the General Conference (386. T.&.S & 387) Morning” <​The 12 were busy in visiting the Saints in & supped at Mother Millers supped at Mother Millers.—​>
8 April 1841 • Thursday
<​8​> “Thursday “Morning April 8th (T&S. 387, 388) 10 oclock”
9 April 1841 • Friday
<​9​> “Friday Morning. (T&S. 888) 10 oclock” . . . <​The 12 visited the Zoological Gardens at Engd​>
10 April 1841 • Saturday
<​10​> “Saturday 10. the weather (388) transacted”
11 April 1841 • Sunday
<​11​> “Sunday Morning (388) Clerk”
“Bolton Apil 11, 1841, (MS 306)
15 April 1841 • Thursday
<​15​> Thursday 15. A conference of the chuch was held in Elder of Chairmen & was Elected President of the branch, & Adrian Everett & Geo Holmes his counsellers— was Elected Bishop & Richard Burge & Wm Acker his counellers. “These 6 having been chosen were ordained (T.&.S. 499.) Secrety [p. 7]
<​<​15​> “An Epistle of the Twelve, to the chuch (M.S. 309. 10. 11. 312) Smith”​>
<​15​>Elders . , , . & went from to & attended a Tea party at <​in​> the Music Hall.
20–21 April 1841 • Tuesday–Wednesday
<​20​> Tuesday 20th.. Elders , , , , , & & family. Went on bord of the ship Rochester. at . Capt Woodhouse, Master, bound for .— with a company of the Saints. Elder taried in , to preside over the church & continue the Mill[en]nial Star.— & to pursue his Mission to .— The Rochester sailed on the 21st
<​21.​> Wednesday 21, The Ro
24 April 1841 • Saturday
<​24​> Saturday 24. The High council of . app installd. & counsellers to Prest in place of & removed by appoitment, in place of in the High council. in place of , removed to . & in place of of absent.
26 April 1841 • Monday
<​26​> Monday 26. I attended the City council. Several members being absent. I moved that the Marshell be ordered to enforce the attendonc of aldermen & counsillers, at one a clock Saturday next. & Council adjourned. [p. 8]
1 May 1841 • Saturday
<​1​> Satu[r]day May 1, 1841, Elder became associated with the Times & Season as <​one of the​> Editors.
The first Regiment, first cohort of the was organized (Legion History,) four companies.
I attended the City council, & moved that the sympathies of this council be tendered to the relatives of deceased, who was the assessor & collecter for the <​which was caried,​> I also moved that a new burying ground be procured out of the . and purchased at the expene of the , which was carried, & Alderman & Councillors. & were appointed a committee for the same. The purchase was ordered to be 10 acres. I spoke at length of the rights & privilige of the owner of the ferry & other subjects before the council.
2 May 1841 • Sunday
<​2​> Sunday 2. The Teachers Quorum was organized in
4 May 1841 • Tuesday
<​4​> Tuesday 4 (T&S. 417 .18) Joseph Smith Lieut Genl
6 May 1841 • Thursday
<​6​> Thusday. City of (T&S. 414). Smith.
8 May 1841 • Saturday
<​8​> Saturday. 8. Brother is preaching in as appears by his letter of this date. Accounts <​of the pogress of the gospel​> from the Elders abroad are very encouraging.
15 May 1841 • Saturday
<​15th​> good news has recently reached us from Tennessee, , , <​&​> .
16 May 1841 • Sunday
<​16​> Sunday 16 I addressed the saints. The following was reported of my of Sermen by the Editer, “At 10 oclock AM (T&S. 429, 430 431.)
19 May 1841 • Wednesday
<​19​> Wednesday 19th The Rochester arrived at Quaratine Ground ; after a toilsome passage. At one time they were beset with head winds & a tedious storm. When the Twelve united in prayer, & the sea soon storm abated & the sea became calm. & they went on their way rejoicing.
“Batavia. N. York. May 19. 1841. So the saints (T&S.516) Last Days, J. Shamp M Shamp.” Several other instances of healing are mentioned by Bro. Shamp.— and such things are common in the church at this day. according to the faith of the Saints.
20 May 1841 • Thursday
<​20​> Thursday 20.— The Twelve arrived at the Dock in about 4 oclok this P.M. but were prevented from landing <​by the Carters & Rowdies​> until late in the evening. by Such is the confusien in . on the arrival of a ship, boat, ◊◊r or co[a]ch, that strangers may well suppose [p. 9] <​20​> the is without mayor, mashall, police or any other officers. to keep the peace
22 May 1841 • Saturday
<​22​> Saturday 22. A conferce was held at Ohio, Elder Presiding. was Elected president of that Stake, & & for his counsellers, was Elected Bishop of , & & his counsellers, Hiram Kellogg was eleted Prest of the H. Pri[es]ts Quorem; & amos Babcock Prest of the Elder Quorem, Bye Laws were adopted for the preservation of the .
24 May 1841 • Monday
<​24​> Monday 24.— To the Saints abroad (T&S. 434) Smith
26 May 1841 • Wednesday
<​26​> Wedneday 26. Elder writes from that the church there numbers 74 members, having baptized 18 since his return from conference, & that was at the conference on the 16 inst. Elder was at the Isle of Man, at this date.
31 May 1841 • Monday
<​31​> Monday 31. visited the Sai[n]ts on . [p. 10]
1 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​1​> Tuesday June 1, 1841, Elder has been ordained a prophet, Seer & Revelator. retur[ne]d to this day. <​ went to Richmond Massachusetts with his family—​>
4 June 1841 • Friday
<​4​> Friday 4th Elders & , left for , by way of , , & . & , started at the same time & went to New Egypt., having previously taken his family to his friend in Massachusetts.
5 June 1841 • Saturday
<​5​> Saturday 5[th], as I was on my return from , X (T&S 447) sitting
6 June 1841 • Sunday
<​6​> Sunday 6[th] I returned to in chage of the offices, &
7 June 1841 • Monday
<​7​> on Monday Mo[rn]ing 7 (T&S. 447.) Prophet.
8 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​8​> Tuesday 8 Mr. Little (T&S.447) Morning , defendent.
9 June 1841 • Wednesday
<​9​> Wednesday 9th. At an Early hour the Court House (T&S 447, 48) 10 o clock P.M. “<​the following​> Letter from <​is from​> the Editor of the Times & Seasons, “American. Hotel (T&S. 449.) Citizen”
10 June 1841 • Thursday
<​10​> Thursday Morning 10[th] The court (T&S. 448) .
Thus have I once more been deliv[er]ed from the fangs of my cruel persectors, for which I thank God, My heavenly Father.
15 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​15​> Tuesday 15. Letter from . “ June 15 1841 “President Smith (T&S. 551. 2. 3. 4. 5.) ”.
The news papers of the are teeming with all manner of lies, abusing the saints of the most High, and striving to call down the wrath of the people upon his servants.
22 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​22​> Tuesday 22. Elder Theodore Curtis. having previously been arraingnd before a magistate. & bound over for in the Sum of 40 pounds, for “blasphemy,” (I E.) preahing the Gospel appeerd at the court of sessiens this day. & after at Glouster Eng. & after remain[in]g 5 days— was informed on enqui[r]y that no bill was fo[u]nd against him, and was suffed to go at large again after paying 1 £ 1. S.— costs. There we see that the same opposition to truth prevails in other countries as in this. The following Letter is extracted from a letter in the “Juliet Courier” Monmouth June 1841. (T&S 498) Christians” [p. 11]
1 July 1841 • Thursday
<​<​1​> Thursdy July 1, 1841. Elders (see date 15) satisfactory.​>
3 July 1841 • Saturday
<​3​> Saturday July 3[rd] 1841. The Second Regiment <​(Legion P. 2)​> 4 companies: and “the was called out to celebrate (Legion 5) Country.” left his family with his sisters, & started for .— Elder . is in Republishing his history of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon. fist Printed in <​Edinbugh.​>
12 July 1841 • Monday
<​12​> Monday 12 Elder was appointed clerk of the High Council of , & Recorder of Baptisms for the dead, in . At the urgent Solicitations of the brethren at , I consented that they might baptize baptize for the dead on the side of the , at a previous date.
14 July 1841 • Wednesday
<​14​> Wednesday 14, says, Thomas & Sophia Tyler, of West. Bromwich Eng. “After return[in]g from a (M. S. vol. 2 64) Moon.”
The following is translated from the Arabic in the “Malta Times” “Aleppo, 3rd May— A great famine (M S. 64) flows”
Immense quantities of Locusts have appeared in Spain this year devouring every thing in their way, & a showere of flesh & blood is reported at the south. in the
15 July 1841 • Thursday
<​15​> Thursday 15 (Elders , , , , & have arrived home, <​this day​> after an interesting mission to . The accounts of their mission are highly satisfactory.)
Many of the News papers are publishing lies about me by the wholsale, should I attempt to enumerate them, I could write nothing else, suffice it to say that every falsehood wicked men can invent, assisted by their fathers, is trumpeted to the world as sound doctrine;— which proves the words of Jesus, “they have perscuted me they will percute you also.”
16 July 1841 • Friday
<​16​> Friday. 16. The “Edinburgh Observer” says that at “Navalcarnero in spain,— about 3 oclock (M S. 64) disherting [disheartening].”
17 July 1841 • Saturday
<​17​> Saterday 17. “Ratisbon. (T&S. 570, 1, 2, 3) ”,
18 July 1841 • Sunday
<​18​> Sunday 18 was recognized as a day of fasting & prayer that by the Saints in . That they might “mourn with those who mourn & weep with those who weep” on account of the death of The Hon Sidney H Little of the Senate, who was killed by jumping from a waggen Last Sunday, while his horse was unmanageable,— Mr Little was a patriot Statesman & Lawyer. [p. 12]
1 August 1841 • Sunday
<​1​> Sunday Aug 1, 1844, <​All​> The Quorum of the 12 who were expected <​2​> here this season with the exception of Elders & have arrived. (T&S. 487) them.”
<​2​> The minds of thousands are already prepared, (T.&S. 495) &c &c, an account of the fooleries & lies which have been trumpeting forth. from the diffret [different] Presses in the
5 August 1841 • Thursday
<​5​> Thursday 5th, Letters from , state that there are more or less baptized every week. There was been a gen Election of members of parliament last month, and serious ritots riots in differ[en]t parts of the kingdom between the whigs & Tories.
7 August 1841 • Saturday
<​7​> Saturday 7. My brother died at his residence in , this morning at 20 mi. past 2 o’clock in the 25 year of his age.
A confrence of the church was held at , Iowa and the branches in was as far as representd, consisted of 750 members and adjourned to the 9 in[s]t
9 August 1841 • Monday
<​9​> Monday 9. The Steam boat Erie was burned on Lake Erie, 30 mil from & 8 from the American Shore. 200 persons on board & 175 <​persons​> perished.
The funeal of Bro was attended this day, by a vast concourse of friends & relatives. He was buried with military honors, having at the time of his death the office of Brig Gen of the 2nd Cohort, . He was also Prest of the High Priest Quorum & Editor & publisher of the Times & Seasons, and was universally beloved by his numerous acquaintances. His attachment to the cause of truth was immovable.
The conference continud, & was addressed by Elders & particularly on Temperance. and met again on 10 Tuesday the 10, and was addressed by & on the build[in]g of the in , and closed with a geneal addres from .
10 August 1841 • Tuesday
<​10.​> <​The department of English Litrature & Mathematics is in operation under the derction of Professor .—​>
(T&S. 517) Major General.
Letters from various parts of and Scotland show that the numbers are daily added to the church; <​while​> shipwrecks (T&S. 598) railways, betoken the coming of the son of Man.
15 August 1841 • Sunday
<​15​> Sunday 15. My infant son died aged 14 mo 2 days
16 August 1841 • Monday
<​16​> Monday 16. Elder arrived at this morning.— succeeded , in the as Editor of the Times & Seasons with [p. 13]
<​16​> “At a special conferece (T&Seasons 521 22) clerks”
19 August 1841 • Thursday
<​19.​> Thursday 19[th] Elders , & went to and Examined the Town plat of which is situated about a mile south of the village of . and made some arrangements with the proprietors for building up the place. And establishing at is opposite The plat designed for the City of is the school section, No 16, & opposite the fist permenat & good Landing place on the below the falls which is about 2 miles below Landing which is filling up with sandbars. The brethren returned about 11. P.M. quite exhausted.
22 August 1841 • Sunday
<​22​> Sunday 22 I preached at the stand.
25 August 1841 • Wednesday
<​25​> Wednesday 25[th] I wrote the following Letter. To “ Esq. " (Dear Sir (L. B. 208) Joseph Smith.
The Hotchkiss purchase, to which the foregoing letter relates includes all the land lying North of the white purchase to the , and there on the south, including the best steam boat landing.
27 August 1841 • Friday
<​27​> Friday 27. Elder . died at his resedence in in the 30[th] year of his age, <​in the full hope of a glorious Resurrection.​> He was associate Editor of the Times & Seasons, Col in the , and had done much writing for my self & the chu[r]ch.
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31 August 1841 • Tuesday
<​31​> Tuesday 31. At a conference (&c see Minuts) [p. 14]
4 September 1841 • Saturday
<​4​> Saturday 4. Col Charles A Rich (Legion Hist[o]ry) place
The city council Elected councillor in place of deceased, and & were elected Regents of the University in place of & , deceased, was Elected Professor of mathematics in the University of <​the City​> Nauvoo. and the degree of Mastre of Arts confered on him. The committe were instructed to purchase 2 blocks for a burying ground. & the Recordere was instructed to procure “a Seal for the Corporation”
5 September 1841 • Sunday
<​5​> Sunday 5. I preached to a large congregation at the on the science <​& practice​> of medecine, desirng to persuade the Saints trust in God. when Sick. & not in an arm of flesh, and live by faith and not by medicne. or poison, & when they were sick & had called for the Elders to pray for them and they were not healed, to use herbs & mild food
7 September 1841 • Tuesday
<​7​> Tuesday 7. Another shower of flesh & blood is repetd [reported] <​in the papers​> to have fallen in Kensington, this day. “There had been a drizling rain during a great part of the day (T&S. 587) needed”
Elder went to , and located himself for the purpose counselling the Saints & settling the Town of , and the day following contracted for the made sale of 3 City Lots,—
The war between & China continues, the English (T&S. 635) English.
11 September 1841 • Saturday
<​11​> Saturday 11. “The was out for general parade (History Legion) 1490 men”
20 September 1841 • Monday
<​20​> Monday 20. <​at or​> About this time the Ship Tyrean sailed from for with capacit of 200 Saints bound for .
22 September 1841 • Wednesday
<​22​> Wednesday. 22. The High council of adopted the following preamble & Resolutions, “Whereas (Recrd, 33) Absence,”—
A company of the Bethren started about this time for the . some 5 or 600 miles north— on the for the purpose of procuring Lumber for the & . [p. 15]
The Jews in Smyrna are suffering great persecutions on account of their religion,— "one was thrown into prison because a cat was missing”— say the Journals.
25 September 1841 • Saturday
<​25​> Satuday 25. Hyrum Smith died, son of & aged about 7 years. A conference was held at Vinal Haven. Fox Island, one and about 100 saints were reported & the work progressing.
30 September 1841 • Thursday
<​30​> Thursday 30.
<​30​> Copy of a statement of expenses (X L. B. 208) [p. 16]
1 October 1841 • Friday
<​1​> Friday October 1st 1841. Among the interesting relics of antiquity which have been brought to light in these days is the following sentence from the “Courier des Etats Unis,” “Sentence rendered by Pontius Pilate (T&S. 554. 5, <​or 564. 565​>) Hebrew Tongue.”
Minutes of a conference (T&S. 576) business”
2 October 1841 • Saturday
<​2​> A M. (T&S. 576. 7.) 9 o’clock
A conference was held at , Ohio. , President & clerk. “Resolved that , Bishop of & his councillers be a committee constituted a company to Establish a press in and publish a religious paper “entitled “The Olive Leaf,” and that the saints adjacnt be solicited to carry the above resolution into effect.”
3 October 1841 • Sunday
<​3​> “Sunday 3d A M conference assembled at according to adjorned prayer by .— President Joseph Smith (T&S. 577 578.) .”
4 October 1841 • Monday
<​4​> Monday 4[th] “This morning conference assembled prayer by , (T&S 579) 9 o’clock.”
5 October 1841 • Tuesday
<​5​> “Tuesday 5[th] A M. conference (579, 580.) clerks”
7 October 1841 • Thursday
<​7​> Thursday 7.— Elders (Minutes of the 12) Clerk
9 October 1841 • Saturday
<​9​> Saturday 9. Copy of a Letter (L. 209, 10 11, 12) Smith
12 October 1841 • Tuesday
<​12​> Tuesday 12.. “An Epistle of the Twelve (T&S. 567. 8. 9 570) .”
20 October 1841 • Wednesday
<​20​> Wednesday 20. Extract of a Letter from Dated “Joffa Oct 20, 1841.” on his way to . “On my passage (M.S. 144) Lord”
23 October 1841 • Saturday
<​23​> Saturday 23. “ Conference [illegible] (T&S. 591) Clerk”
I attend the City Council, the doings of which were mostly of a local nature.
24 October 1841 • Sunday
<​24​> Sunday 24. Extract of a Letter from Elder . “ <​Eng​> Oct. 24.— On the 20[th] Sept (T&S. 682. 3) vigor.”
28 October 1841 • Thursday
<​28​> Thursday. (Letter of Attorney. 214.15)
30 October 1841 • Saturday
<​30​> Saturday 30[th] I attended the Session of the City Council. & spoke against the council’s remitting a fine assessed against s, by a jury of twelve men, considering that the jury might be as sensible men as the councillers, any of the city council & I asked the council not to remit the fine. were elected councillors & & Aldermen.
31 October 1841 • Sunday
<​3​> 31 Sunday. I was in council with the brethren at office. [p. 17]
After having received the minutes of the conference, My brether wrote to one of the brethrn in ,— of which the following is an Extract, “All the saints which dwell in that Land (T&S. 589,) whole Church.” [p. 18]
1 November 1841 • Monday
<​1​> Monday 1st Nov 1841 I attended the city council. & <​spoke &​> acted & spoke on many local matters, and contended at great length against paying the owner of a <​city ​> nuisance, damages sustained by the removal of that nuisance.
2 November 1841 • Tuesday
<​2​> Tuesday 2, Know all men by (L. 213.14) L. S.
7 November 1841 • Sunday
<​7​> Sunday 7. I preached on the principles of superstition of which the whole world is so full that but little room is left in the hearts <​minds​> of men for truth to operate. In the P M. I attended a council of the Elders at my Council Room, relative to some affairs in which my bro was interested.
10 November 1841 • Wednesday
<​10​> Up to this period a series of Storms and earthquakes have desolated parts of the two Sicilies and Colebria
A Second <​English​> Edition of the Saints Hymn Book is about issuing in , <​by​> .
13 November 1841 • Saturday
<​13​> Saturday 13th. I attended the city council & moved that the Mayer & Recorder of the receive each $100 per annum for their services, which became a law, I also presented a bill for “an ordinance conc[ern]ing vagrants & disorderly persons” which passed into an ordinance as recorded on page 625. “Times & Seasons.” I also argued before the council that the right of taxation but that the city expenes of the did not requir it at present.
15 November 1841 • Monday
<​<​15​> Monday 15. “An Epistle of the 12 (T&S. 600. 1. 2) ”​>
17 November 1841 • Wednesday
<​17​> Wednesday 17. Elders & went to
18 November 1841 • Thursday
<​18​> Thu[rs]day 18[th] “Procedings of a meeting (T&S. 616) Recorder”
22 November 1841 • Monday
<​22​> Monday 22. letter to or News fr[o]m . “Alexandria Nov 22 (M.S. 132. 3. 4. 5 136) ,” from the public priests we learn that the entire city of Cartago, <​in central America​> of 10000 inhabitents, was destroyed by an earthquake early in the morning of the 2d of Sept.
24 November 1841 • Wednesday
<​24​> Wednesdy 24. Elder , who sailed from , on the Tyrean, with 204 saints, arrived at , <​with his compy​> & Elders & . went to meet them. at . & give such council as their com situation required.—
26 November 1841 • Friday
<​26​> Friday 26. Affidavit of . “whereas (T&S. 615. 16) J. P” [p. 19]
28 November 1841 • Sunday
<​28​> Sunday 28. I attended a council of the Twelve at the house of . when the principle of Tithing was investiged.—
29 November 1841 • Monday
<​29.​> Monday, 29 I gave the following Affedevit, <​and published it in the T&S,​> City of , Ill, (T&S. 617, 18) Saints. The foregoing
A conference was held in Elder presiding. See Minutes. Times & Seasons. page 763. &c.
30 November 1841 • Tuesday
<​30​> Tuesday. 30 I signed an approval of the doings of a court martial consisting of the officers of the . convened for the trial of David Smith & officers of the Legion. for charged with theft. They were cashiered & their names stricken from the rank roll. Particulars on page 618. T&S. [p. 20]
1 December 1841 • Wednesday
<​1​> Wednesday Dec 1.st 1841— in view of the proceedings of the meeting of the church at on the 18th of Novr when several <​certain​> <​individuals​> were cut off from the Church for Stealing, The Twelve issued the following Epistle “We are glad (T&S. 616. 17)
2 December 1841 • Thursday
<​2​> Thurdey [Thursday] Dec 2. I recived the following Reveletion Reveletion, To . Given Decr 2, 1841. Verily thus saith the Lord. (L. Lord 66) Lord.
4 December 1841 • Saturday
<​4​> Saturdy 4[th] A conference was held at (L.L. 26) chu[rc]h
I attendd the city council & spoke in defence of the Marshall in his not serving a warrent, when his life would have been endangered.—
7 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​7​> Tuesday. 7. Copy of a letter to <​Lawyers​> & <​​> of . “Esquires (Li. 217) Smith”
8 December 1841 • Wednesday
<​8​> Wednesday 8 The twelve who attened the conferene on the 4[th] inst, returnd with near a thousand dollars worth of property for the which had been donated by the saints at ; consisting of horses, waggons, provision, clothing &c.
10 December 1841 • Friday
<​10​> Friday 10. 1841. Esqr. (L. B. 216) Smith
11 December 1841 • Saturday
<​11​> Satuday 11. Late this evening, while sitting in council with the Twelve in my new , on Water Street, I directed , Prst of the 12 to to go (L. L. 33) to do.
left for Several days Since, and reported the situation of affairs concerning , as rather unfavorable, and I told him he need not return <​there​> at present. <​considering it unnecessary for him to tary there any longer​> at present.— Since I have been engaged of in laying the foundation of the Church of Christ, I have been prevented, in, various ways from keeping continuing my Journal & the History, in a manner Satisfatry [satisfactory] to Myselfe, or in justice to the cause, Long imprisonments, vexatious & Long continued Lawsuits The treachery of some of my clerks; & the deaths of others and the poverty of myself & bretheren from continued plunder & driving, has prevented a continued chain of events my handing down to posterity a connected memorandum of events, desirable to all lovers of truth. Yet I have continued <​to​> keep up a Journel from time to time [p. 21] in the best manner my circumstances would allow, and dictate for my history, from time to time, as I have had opportunity, <​so​> that the labors & suffering of the first Elders & Saints of this last kingdom might not be wholly lost to the world.
13 December 1841 • Monday
<​13​> Monday 13 I appointed Recorder for the . and my private secretary. & general Clerk. & he commenced his labors on in my new office. in the brick store. Some time in the fall (L. L. 33.) Seasons
This morning delived the message I gave him on Saturday eving to & . Temple Committee. in prsence of . & .—
<​by letter​> instructed the saints at . to remove to . “Baptisms for the Dead An Epistle (T&S.625 6. 7.)
14 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​14​> Tuesday 14 I commenced unpacking a lot of Dry Goods in the 2d story of my new . situated on the north west corner of block 155[th] The joiners and masons yet at work in on the lower part of the building
15 December 1841 • Wednesday
<​15​> Wednesday 15. In reply (L.L. 31) as follows, (It remains (L L. 31) that, (The foregoing is an extract fem my letter in reply)
The Twelve were in council at s
16 December 1841 • Thursday
<​16​> Thursday 16. “ (L. L. 31.)
18 December 1841 • Saturday
<​18​> Saturday 18 I attended the city council & moved Resolutions and stated circumstances which I had heard concerning Mobocracy, from a person late from , and requestd a law made so that persons notifying any any person to leave their peacable homes. could be dealt with rigorously.
19 December 1841 • Sunday
<​19​>. Sunday 19. the Twelve were in council at s.
20 December 1841 • Monday
<​20​> Monday 20: I communicated to the “Times & Seasons” as follows To my fr[ien]ds in (T&S 651)
21 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​21.​> Tuesday 21. I wroter , on <​a variety of​> business <​Matters​> as recorded in Letter See Letter Book p. 218.
24 December 1841 • Friday
<​24​> Friday 24— This evening I had a consultation with & about establishing an agency in , for the <​cheap &​> expedetius conveyance of the Saints to ,— & for the <​our​> convenience of <​in​> <​Merchedize.​> [p. 22]
25 December 1841 • Saturday
<​25​> Satrday 25
26 December 1841 • Sunday
<​26​> Sunday 26 . The public (LL 39) 27
being Chistmas The Twelve viz. , , , , & their wives & Spent the eving at s, and after supper gave each of the 12 a fractional lot <​of Land​> Lying on the west side of his 2d additin to
27 December 1841 • Monday
<​27​> Monday 27 I was in council with (L.L. 39) without
28 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​28​> Tuesday 28 I baptized , in the font for & in behalf of his parets parents, I also baptized & others,
30–31 December 1841 • Thursday–FridayThurday
<​30​> Thurday & Friday <​& Fridy​>. 30 & 31 <​& 31​>— — (LL. 44) canceled.
Thrsday evening, at the presidents office (L.L. 48) there. [p. 23]
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Footnotes

  1. 1

    See 1 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1133–1142.  

  2. 2

    TEXT: All inserted dates are in the left margin.  

  3. 3

    See 8 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1143.  

  4. 4

    See 15 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1143–1149.  

  5. 5

    See 18 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1149.  

  6. 6

    See 19 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1149–1158.  

  7. 7

    See 20 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1159.  

  8. 8

    See 21 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1159.  

  9. 9

    See 24 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1159.  

  10. 10

    See 30–31 Jan. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1159.  

  11. 11

    See 1 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1159.  

  12. 12

    See 3 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1159–1161.  

  13. 13

    See 4 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1161–1162.  

  14. 14

    See 5 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1162.  

  15. 15

    See 6 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1162.  

  16. 16

    See 7 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1162.  

  17. 17

    See 8 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1162–1163.  

  18. 18

    See 10 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1163.  

  19. 19

    See 11 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1163.  

  20. 20

    See 13 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1163.  

  21. 21

    See 14 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1163–1164.  

  22. 22

    See 15 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1164.  

  23. 23

    See 16 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1164–1165.  

  24. 24

    See 20 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1165.  

  25. 25

    See 22 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1165.  

  26. 26

    TEXT: Richards made a notation in the margin to “Insert this under March 1st”, indicating that the following text in parentheses should go under the 1 Mar. 1841 entry instead of this 22 Feb. 1841 entry.  

  27. 27

    See 23 Feb. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1165–1166.  

  28. 28

    See 24–25 Feb. 1841 and 27–28 Feb. 1841 entries in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1169.  

  29. 29

    See 1 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1169–1170.  

  30. 30

    TEXT: Scribe instructed to relocate to March 1st the February 22nd entry from “I also presented...” through “...the 4th ward.”  

  31. 31

    See 2–3 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1170.  

  32. 32

    See 2–3 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1170.  

  33. 33

    See 4–5 Mar. 1841 and 7 Mar. 1841 entries in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1170.  

  34. 34

    See 8 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1170.  

  35. 35

    See 10 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1170–1171.  

  36. 36

    See 11 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1171.  

  37. 37

    See 15 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1171–1172.  

  38. 38

    See 17 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1173.  

  39. 39

    See 20 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1173.  

  40. 40

    See 23–24 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1173–1180.  

  41. 41

    See 25–27 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1181.  

  42. 42

    See 29 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1181–1182.  

  43. 43

    See 31 Mar. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1182.  

  44. 44

    See 1 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1182.  

  45. 45

    See 2 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1182–1183.  

  46. 46

    See 3 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1183.  

  47. 47

    See 4 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1183.  

  48. 48

    See 5 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1183.  

  49. 49

    See 6 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1183–1189.  

  50. 50

    See 7 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1189–1192.  

  51. 51

    See 8 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1192–1193.  

  52. 52

    See 9 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1193–1194.  

  53. 53

    See 10 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1194.  

  54. 54

    See 11 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1194–1195.  

  55. 55

    See 15 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1195–1198.  

  56. 56

    See 20–21 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1198.  

  57. 57

    See 24 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1198.  

  58. 58

    See 26 Apr. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1198.  

  59. 59

    See 1 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1198–1199.  

  60. 60

    See 2 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1199.  

  61. 61

    See 4 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1199–1201.  

  62. 62

    See 6 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1201–1202.  

  63. 63

    See 8 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1202.  

  64. 64

    See 15 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1202.  

  65. 65

    See 16 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1202–1203.  

  66. 66

    See 19 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1204.  

  67. 67

    See 20 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1204.  

  68. 68

    See 22 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1204.  

  69. 69

    See 24 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1204.  

  70. 70

    See 26 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1204.  

  71. 71

    See 31 May 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1204.  

  72. 72

    See 1 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1205.  

  73. 73

    See 4 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1205.  

  74. 74

    See 5–7 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1205.  

  75. 75

    See 6 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1205.  

  76. 76

    See 7–8 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1205.  

  77. 77

    See 7–8 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1205.  

  78. 78

    See 9 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1205–1207.  

  79. 79

    See 10 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1207.  

  80. 80

    See 15 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1207–1213.  

  81. 81

    See 22 June 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1213.  

  82. 82

    See 1 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1213.  

  83. 83

    TEXT: Richards is indicating that the first two sentences of text under July 15 should actually appear here.  

  84. 84

    See 3 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1213–1214.  

  85. 85

    See 12 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1214.  

  86. 86

    See 14 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1214–1215.  

  87. 87

    See 15 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1215.  

  88. 88

    TEXT: Richards circled the following text (in parentheses) and wrote “July 1” in the margin, indicating that it should be moved to the July 1 entry.  

  89. 89

    See 16 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1215.  

  90. 90

    See 17 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1215–1218.  

  91. 91

    See 18 July 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1219.  

  92. 92

    See 1 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1219.  

  93. 93

    See 5 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1219.  

  94. 94

    See 7 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1219–1220.  

  95. 95

    See 9 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1220.  

  96. 96

    See 10 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1220.  

  97. 97

    See 15 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1220.  

  98. 98

    See 16 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1220–1222.  

  99. 99

    See 19 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1222.  

  100. 100

    See 22 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1222.  

  101. 101

    See 25 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1222–1223.  

  102. 102

    See 27 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1223.  

  103. 103

    See 31 Aug. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1223–1225.  

  104. 104

    See 4 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1225.  

  105. 105

    See 5 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1225.  

  106. 106

    See 7 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1225.  

  107. 107

    See 11 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1225–1226.  

  108. 108

    See 21 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1226.  

  109. 109

    See 22 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1226.  

  110. 110

    See 25 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1226.  

  111. 111

    See 30 Sept. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1226.  

  112. 112

    See 1 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1227.  

  113. 113

    See 2 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1227–1228.  

  114. 114

    See 3 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1228–1230.  

  115. 115

    See 4 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1230–1231.  

  116. 116

    See 5 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1231–1232.  

  117. 117

    See 7 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1232.  

  118. 118

    See 9 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1232–1234.  

  119. 119

    See 12 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1235–1239.  

  120. 120

    See 20 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1240.  

  121. 121

    See 23 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1240–1241.  

  122. 122

    See 24 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1241.  

  123. 123

    See 28 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1241–1242.  

  124. 124

    See 30 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1242.  

  125. 125

    See 31 Oct. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1242–1243.  

  126. 126

    See 1 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1243.  

  127. 127

    See 2 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1243–1244.  

  128. 128

    TEXT: “L. S.” enclosed in a hand-drawn representation of a seal.  

  129. 129

    See 7 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1244.  

  130. 130

    See 10 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1244.  

  131. 131

    See 13 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1244.  

  132. 132

    See 15 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1244–1249.  

  133. 133

    See 17 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1250.  

  134. 134

    See 18 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1250.  

  135. 135

    See 22 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1250–1254.  

  136. 136

    See 24 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1255.  

  137. 137

    See 26 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1255.  

  138. 138

    See 28 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1255.  

  139. 139

    See 29 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1255–1256.  

  140. 140

    See 30 Nov. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1256.  

  141. 141

    See 1 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1256–1258.  

  142. 142

    See 2 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1258.  

  143. 143

    See 4 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1258–1259.  

  144. 144

    See 7 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1259.  

  145. 145

    See 8 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1259.  

  146. 146

    See 10 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1259–1260.  

  147. 147

    See 11 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1260.  

  148. 148

    See 13 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1260–1264.  

  149. 149

    See 14 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1264.  

  150. 150

    See 15 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1264–1265.  

  151. 151

    See 16 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1265.  

  152. 152

    See 18 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1265.  

  153. 153

    See 19 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1265.  

  154. 154

    See 20 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, pp. 1265–1266.  

  155. 155

    See 21 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1266.  

  156. 156

    See 24 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1266.  

  157. 157

    See 25 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1266.  

  158. 158

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  159. 159

    See 26 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1266.  

  160. 160

    TEXT: Richards drew lines indicating that the remainder of this entry should be moved to the 25 Dec. entry.  

  161. 161

    See 27 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1267.  

  162. 162

    See 28 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1267.  

  163. 163

    See 30–31 Dec. 1841 entry in JS History, vol. C-1, p. 1267.