History Draft [1 January–31 December 1840]

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23–24 May 1840 • Saturday–Sunday
23 on <​Saturday​> the 23, Sunday 24 met with the church, & on the
25 May 1840 • Monday
<​25​> Monday 25, visited the printer to inquire their prices of &c.
May X (L. 168)
26–31 May 1840 • Tuesday–Sunday
<​26​> Tuesday arrived at , and 27, arrived, when the committee in Hymn <​the​> Book commenced selecting and continued selecting until the 30[th.] when Elders , & went to & preached on Sunday the 31[st].
27 May 1840 • Wednesday
<​27​> Wednesday 27 Bishop died at aged 46 years. He lost his life in consequence of the persecutions, and he is one of that number whose blood will be required at their hands. His daughter, Harriet Pamela, died on the 16[th.] of May, age 19 years.
Some time in May the first number of “the <​Latter Day Saints​> Millenial Star” was issued at , in pamphlet form, of 24 pages, Edited by ,— price 6 pence, sterling office 149 Oldham Road. [p. 10]
23–24 May 1840 • Saturday–Sunday
23 on Saturday the 23, Sunday 24 met with the church, & on
25 May 1840 • Monday
25 Monday 25, visited the printer to inquire their prices &c.
May X (L. 168)
26–31 May 1840 • Tuesday–Sunday
26 Tuesday arrived at , and 27, arrived, when the committee in Hymn the Book commenced and continued selecting until the 30[th.] when Elders , & went to & preached on Sunday the 31[st].
27 May 1840 • Wednesday
27 Wednesday 27 Bishop died at aged 46 years. He lost his life in consequence of the persecutions, and he is one of that number whose blood will be required at their hands. His daughter, Harriet Pamela, died on the 16[th.] of May, age 19 years.
Some time in May the first number of “the Latter Day Saints Millenial Star” was issued at , in pamphlet form, of 24 pages, Edited by ,— price 6 pence, office 149 Oldham Road. [p. 10]
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