History draft; handwriting of Jonathan Grimshaw, , , James Ure, and Robert L. Campbell; 76 numbered pages plus several inserted pages; CHL. This manuscript covers the period from 1 January 1844 to 21 June 1844.
Tuesday March 12 At home in the morning:— at 11 a.m. I told I wanted the room over the for more important purposes, & wished him to dismiss <remove> the school <to ’s house> immediately, which he did.
The brethren who were in Council <with me> yesterday, assembled <there> in the P.M. & evening.
<Gave the following recommend to .> <Copy see date March 12 | 30>
A dull cloudy day
<A meeting of the inhabitants of the tenth ward was held this evening (Neighbor 182) same place>
at 2 went to see bro <John> Wilkie, he had sent to me <to come> and see him— he wanted to know what he should do. I told him of the order of , &c. & he wanted me to call again & see him <& he wanted I should come again.>
at 4 went to Council Assembly room again < sent out on a mission to .> at 7 adjourned to next Tuesday at 9 a m
I insert the following from the Washington Globe “A new (510 & 511 Neighbor <T & S> <black>) of finance”
Being in a straight to raise money to assist the hands in the I sent bro <> & to borrow some money from [blank] Orme, <who had a considerable money <it is believed had a large sum of money> lying idle.> but did not get any. then went to John Wilkiewho let me have <paid> $300. on his tithing. <I rode over to brother John Wilkie>