History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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<​Sept 21 <​17th​>, Ship Tyrean <​Sidney​> Sailed from for with 204 <​180​> Saints.​>
<​Medford 25th Sept— 214 "​>
<​Henry 28 " 157 "​>
1 October 1842 • Saturday
<​1​> Saturday 1. This A.M. (LL 205. <​& 6​>) all.
In this days wasp I noticed the following letter from “City of (Wasp 94) .—
2 October 1842 • Sunday
<​2​> Sunday 2d. About, (LL 204 <​206​>) all day.
3 October 1842 • Monday
<​3​> Monday 3rd. , (LL 206) day
4 October 1842 • Tuesday
<​4​> Tuesday, , (LL 206) myself—
5 October 1842 • Wednesday
<​5​> Wedneday 5, My Dear was worse (LL 206) Amen
6 October 1842 • Thursday
<​6​> Thursday 6 (, is (LL 206 <​207​> amen. My health is comfortable
7 October 1842 • Friday
<​7​> Friday 7. (This AM. (LL 207,) spirits.—
This day the Teachers met in and organized into a quorum by, appointing Elisha Everett [Averett] Prest,— James Huntsman & Elijah Everett, counselors Samuel Eggleston clerk,— & 11 Members beside
8 October 1842 • Saturday
<​8​> Sat[u]rday 8
9 October 1842 • Sunday
<​9​> Sunday 9th.
10 October 1842 • Monday
<​10​> Monday 10th. returned to , and found Gaining slowly. My health and spirits are good
11 October 1842 • Tuesday
<​11​> <​Tuesday 11​> From the Times & Seasons, “To the Saints (T&S. 957)
13 October 1842 • Thursday
<​<​13​> The brethren arrived from with a raft of about 90,000 ft of boards & 24,000 cubic feet of timber for the & .—​>
15 October 1842 • Saturday
<​15​> Saturday 15. Bro returned to and informed my friends that I was well.
16 October 1842 • Sunday
<​16​> Sunday 16. I copy the following from the New. York Herald. “The Mormons (T&S. 29. &c) &c.” by this I discovered a spark of liberty yet having over <​burning in​> the land, bosom of the writer May it <​continue to​> burnt burn, & burn, & burn, till it once more fires the whole land with its heavenly influence.
20 October 1842 • Thursday
<​20​> Thursday 20. Early (L.L. 207) [Job] Barnum.
(T.&S. 33 &c) .” <​The following letter of​> is (United States Attorney for the district of ,) shows in a very lucid (T&S. 33) notwithsta[n]ding
21 October 1842 • Friday
<​21​> Friday 21. This evening (L.L. 207) more at present.—
23 October 1842 • Sunday
<​23​> Sunday 23. This day (LL. 207) Much.—
25 October 1842 • Tuesday
<​25​> Tuesday 25. Ship Emerald Sailed from , with 250 Saints for
28 October 1842 • Friday
<​28​> Friday 28, Soon after (LL. 208) Praiseworthy
29 October 1842 • Saturday
<​29​> Saturday 29 (about 10 AM. (LL. 208) departed. <​Dr returned, with his family.—​>
30 October 1842 • Sunday
<​30​> Sunday 30. The Saints (LL. 208) sick &c—
31 October 1842 • Monday
<​31​> Monday 31. (I rode (LL 209) dark.— [p. 14]
Sept 17th, Ship Sidney Sailed from for with 180 Saints.
Medford 25th Sept— 214 "
Henry 28 " 157 "
1 October 1842 • Saturday
1 Saturday 1. This A.M. (LL 205. & 6) all.
In this days wasp I noticed the following letter from “City of (Wasp 94) .—
2 October 1842 • Sunday
2 Sunday 2d. About, (LL 206) all day.
3 October 1842 • Monday
3 Monday 3rd. , (LL 206) day
4 October 1842 • Tuesday
4 Tuesday, , (LL 206) myself—
5 October 1842 • Wednesday
5 Wedneday 5, My Dear was worse (LL 206) Amen
6 October 1842 • Thursday
6 Thursday 6 (, is (LL 207 amen. My health is comfortable
7 October 1842 • Friday
7 Friday 7. (This AM. (LL 207,) spirits.—
This day the Teachers met in and organized into a quorum by, appointing Elisha Everett [Averett] Prest,— James Huntsman & Elijah Everett, counselors Samuel Eggleston clerk,— & 11 Members beside
8 October 1842 • Saturday
8 Saturday 8
9 October 1842 • Sunday
9 Sunday 9th.
10 October 1842 • Monday
10 Monday 10th. returned to , and found Gaining slowly. My health and spirits are good
11 October 1842 • Tuesday
11 Tuesday 11 From the Times & Seasons, “To the Saints (T&S. 957)
13 October 1842 • Thursday
13 The brethren arrived from with a raft of about 90,000 ft of boards & 24,000 cubic feet of timber for the & .—
15 October 1842 • Saturday
15 Saturday 15. Bro returned to and informed my friends that I was well.
16 October 1842 • Sunday
16 Sunday 16. I copy the following from the New. York Herald. “The Mormons (T&S. 29. &c) &c.” by this I discovered a spark of liberty burning in the , bosom of the writer May it continue to burn, & burn, & burn, till it once more fires the whole land with its heavenly influence.
20 October 1842 • Thursday
20 Thursday 20. Early (L.L. 207) Job Barnum.
(T.&S. 33 &c) .” The following letter of (United States Attorney for the district of ,) shows in a very lucid (T&S. 33) notwithstanding
21 October 1842 • Friday
21 Friday 21. This evening (L.L. 207) more at present.—
23 October 1842 • Sunday
23 Sunday 23. This day (LL. 207) Much.—
25 October 1842 • Tuesday
25 Tuesday 25. Ship Emerald Sailed from , with 250 Saints for
28 October 1842 • Friday
28 Friday 28, Soon after (LL. 208) Praiseworthy
29 October 1842 • Saturday
29 Saturday 29 (about 10 AM. (LL. 208) departed. Dr returned, with his family.—
30 October 1842 • Sunday
30 Sunday 30. The Saints (LL. 208) sick &c—
31 October 1842 • Monday
31 Monday 31. (I rode (LL 209) dark.— [p. 14]
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