History Draft [1 January–30 June 1842]

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<​22.​> Extract of a Letter from Elder , , Mass, “I am on a visit (T & S. 779) Provinces”
23 March 1842 • Wednesday
<​22 23​> Wednesday 23 In council with , and others at my office.
24 March 1842 • Thursday
<​24​> Thurday. I attended by request, the “Female relief So[c]iety”, whose offet obj[e]ct is the relief of the poor, the destitute the widow & the orphan, & for the Exercise of all benevalent purposes, Its organization was completed this day. Mrs takes <​(T&S 743)​> amelierated. They are strictly parliamentary in their proceedings. An earthquaqe at Falmouth this Morning
25 March 1842 • Friday
<​25​> Friday attending to a variety of business, counclling &c—
26 March 1842 • Saturday
<​26​> Saterday. 26 Elder (L.L. 92.) <​​> this day.
27 March 1842 • Sunday
<​27​> Sunday 27. After speaking to the saints for some time on the Subjict of the baptism for the dead, I baptized 107 individuels, I also witnessed the landing of 150 English brethren from the Steamer Ariel.
28–30 March 1842 • Monday–Wednesday
<​28​> Monday 28— was at the office received some donatiens from & attended to a varety of business, as also on the 29, & 30th
The following From the “Milliniel Star,” “The following Extract (MS. 190)
31 March 1842 • Thursday
<​31​> Monday 31, In council (LL, 92) afternoon. [p. 7]
22. Extract of a Letter from Elder , , Mass, “I am on a visit (T & S. 779) Provinces”
23 March 1842 • Wednesday
23 Wednesday 23 In council with , and others at my office.
24 March 1842 • Thursday
24 Thurday. I attended by request, the “Female relief Society”, whose object is the relief of the poor, the destitute the widow & the orphan, & for the Exercise of all benevalent purposes, Its organization was completed this day. Mrs takes (T&S 743) amelierated. They are strictly parliamentary in their proceedings. An earthquaqe at Falmouth this Morning
25 March 1842 • Friday
25 Friday attending to a variety of business, counclling &c—
26 March 1842 • Saturday
26 Saterday. 26 Elder (L.L. 92.) this day.
27 March 1842 • Sunday
27 Sunday 27. After speaking to the saints for some time on the Subjict of baptism for the dead, I baptized 107 individuels, I also witnessed the landing of 150 English brethren from the Steamer Ariel.
28–30 March 1842 • Monday–Wednesday
28 Monday 28— was at the office received some donatiens from & attended to a varety of business, as also on the 29, & 30th
From the “Milliniel Star,” “The following Extract (MS. 190)
31 March 1842 • Thursday
31 Monday 31, In council (LL, 92) afternoon. [p. 7]
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