History Draft [1 January–31 December 1840]

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1 July 1840 • Wednesday
<​1​> Thursday <​Wednesday​> July 1, 1840 Elder & arrived at from the potteries. In the Times & Seasons of this month I find the following “A voice from the Morning Herald (O, T&S, 157 8, 159.) .”
2 July 1840 • Thursday
<​2​> Friday <​Thursday​> “At a Meeting (O L. 154.) Prest.
3 July 1840 • Friday
<​3​> Saturday <​Friday​> 3, High council met at my office. “Minutes,
“The Subject of the Memorial (O H. C. 11, 12) Plot”
4 July 1840 • Saturday
<​4​> Sunday Saturday 4 July 4 the resolutions of the Cross Bed River Branch of the 2nd. were X (L. 154) scribe
Since congress had decided againt us, ) (M. S. 6)
Constitution. A hail storm has visited Carolina, some of the stones are said to have measured 9 inches circumference, which swept the crops, killing some cattle. Insects are devouring crops on the high lands, where the flood of the country have not reached, & great commercial deistress prevails everywhere.
6 July 1840 • Monday
<​6​> Tuesday, <​Monday​> “A General conference (X M S. 67, 8, 9, 70) carried”
7 July 1840 • Tuesday
<​7​> Wednesday <​Tuesday​> “Pusuant to previous notice X (M S. 70,71) clerk”
At this time Elders & are <​were​> laboring in .
<​B[enjamin] Boyce kindapped​> Some of the brethern having been kidnapped recently, <​by the missourians​> I will give the report from one of them, as follows “I left home, in to go to . (B. Boyce History page 2, 3)
9 July 1840 • Thursday
<​9​> Friday <​Thursday​> Extracts from s Letter to the Editer of the Millenial Star. <​“July 9, 1840​> “I arrived (X M S. 71) days, On the 10th. of April (M S. 81, 82, 83) . .
11 July 1840 • Saturday
<​11​> Sunday <​Saturday​> 11, The High council met at my office, when I taught the council principles relating to their duty as a council. and that they might be guided by the same in future I ordered it to be recorded as follows; That the council (H. C. 67) upon
12 July 1840 • Sunday
<​12​> Monday <​Sunday​> 12, was appointed Bishop by the High Council of ,— in place of removed to
13 July 1840 • Monday
<​13​> Tuesday <​Monday​>, “State of Ill (X T&S. 141) Peace”. State of Ill. (O, T&S. 141 142 143) Sect.”—
“To his Excellency (O L. 185, 6, 187) escape.”
15 July 1840 • Wednesday
<​15​> Extract from Elder Wm. Barratt, dated Deptford, July 15, 1840— on his way to, New Australia “Dear Brother (M.S. 91.) God” [p. 13]
1 July 1840 • Wednesday
1 Wednesday July 1, 1840 Elder & arrived at from the potteries. In the Times & Seasons of this month I find the following “A voice from the (O, T&S, 157 8, 159.) .”
2 July 1840 • Thursday
2 Thursday “At a Meeting (O L. 154.) Prest.”
3 July 1840 • Friday
3 Friday 3, High council met at my office. “Minutes,
“The Subject of the Memorial (O H. C. 11, 12) Plot”
4 July 1840 • Saturday
4 Saturday 4 the resolutions of the Cross Bed River Branch of the 2nd. were X (L. 154) scribe
Since congress had decided againt us, ) (M. S. 6)
Constitution. A hail storm has visited Carolina, some of the stones are said to have measured 9 inches circumference, which swept the crops, killing some cattle. Insects are devouring crops on the high lands, where the flood of the country have not reached, & great commercial deistress prevails everywhere.
6 July 1840 • Monday
6 , Monday “A General conference (X M S. 67, 8, 9, 70) carried”
7 July 1840 • Tuesday
7 Tuesday “Pusuant to previous notice X (M S. 70,71) clerk”
At this time Elders & were laboring in .
9 July 1840 • Thursday
9 Thursday Extracts from s Letter to the Editer of the Millenial Star. “I arrived (X M S. 71) days, On the 10th. of April (M S. 81, 82, 83) . .
11 July 1840 • Saturday
11 Saturday 11, The High council met at my office, when I taught the council principles relating to their duty as a council. and that they might be guided by the same in future I ordered it to be recorded as follows; That the council (H. C. 67) upon
12 July 1840 • Sunday
12 Sunday 12, was appointed Bishop by the High Council of ,— in place of removed to
13 July 1840 • Monday
13 Monday, “State of Ill (X T&S. 141) Peace”. State of Ill. (O, T&S. 141 142 143) Sect.”—
“To his Excellency (O L. 185, 6, 187) escape.”
15 July 1840 • Wednesday
15 Extract from Elder Wm. Barratt, dated Deptford, July 15, 1840— on his way to, New Australia “Dear Brother (M.S. 91.) God” [p. 13]
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