History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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17 July 1842 • Sunday
<​17​> Sunday 17 Morning 17. Attended meeting at the , was sick and tarried at home the remainder of the day.
18 July 1842 • Monday
<​18​> Monday 18 rode out to Bro Kearn’s, and the .
19 July 1842 • Tuesday
<​19​> Tuesday 19. Rode with Henry Kearns & others to examined some timber lands.
20 July 1842 • Wednesday
<​20​> Wednesday 20. State of Mo.)
County of ) This ( affidavit)
<​“affidavit of the city council (T&S. 869. 70) ”​>
22 July 1842 • Friday
<​22​> Friday 22. A special session of the city council was called at 8 oclock this morning, a the Presiding. when the following petition was written & signed by the memters of the council.
“To his Excellency (city council 95. 6. 7.) .”— This fore noon I attended a general meeting of the citizens at the , , Esq Presiding, & clerk, “when Gen presented the following, Resolved (T&S. 869 The meeting was called to order (T&S. 869 ) some things when The object of the meeting was to correct the public mind relative to false reports <​put​> in circulation by & others, & Gen presented the following “Resolution (T&S. 869) States” which resolution was adopted by the Numerous assembly. The assembly came together in the PM. and about 800 signed the foregoing petition from <​presented by​> the city council.— To . “The Ladies Relief Society” also drew up a petition (T&S 869) thi[n]gs
“State of (T&S. 873. 4) Mormon” See affidavits of & , Times & Seasons page 870 &c, also of certificates of , Henry Marks. & . and then Times & Seasons page 874. &c.
24 July 1842 • Sunday
<​24​> Sunday 24. This AM. at home sick. Attended meeting at the in the P.M. and spoke of ’s having returned with the good news that would not be able to acomplish his designs.
26 July 1842 • Tuesday
<​26​> Tuesday 26. Sick this. morning. Rode to my in the P.M.
27 July 1842 • Wednesday
<​27​> Wednesday 27. attended meeting at the & listened to the Electioneering candidates, & spoke at the close of the meeting.—
July 27, 1842— Dear Sir (LL. 169. 170) ” [p. 3]
17 July 1842 • Sunday
17 Sunday Morning 17. Attended meeting at the , was sick and tarried at home the remainder of the day.
18 July 1842 • Monday
18 Monday 18 rode out to Bro Kearn’s, and the .
19 July 1842 • Tuesday
19 Tuesday 19. Rode with Henry Kearns & others to examined some timber lands.
20 July 1842 • Wednesday
20 Wednesday 20. State of Mo.)
County of ) This ( affidavit)
“affidavit of the city council (T&S. 869. 70)
22 July 1842 • Friday
22 Friday 22. A special session of the city council was called at 8 oclock this morning, the Presiding. when the following petition was written
“To his Excellency (city council 95. 6. 7.) .”— This fore noon I attended a general meeting of the citizens at the , , Esq Presiding, The object of the meeting was to correct the public mind relative to false reports put in circulation by & others, & Gen presented the following “Resolution (T&S. 869) States” which resolution was adopted by the Numerous assembly. The assembly came together in the PM. and about 800 signed the foregoing petition presented by the city council.— To . “The Ladies Relief Society” also drew up a petition (T&S 869) things
“State of (T&S. 873. 4) Mormon” See affidavits of & , Times & Seasons page 870 &c, also certificates of . & . Times & Seasons page 874. .
24 July 1842 • Sunday
24 Sunday 24. This AM. at home sick. Attended meeting at the in the P.M. and spoke of ’s having returned with the good news that would not be able to acomplish his designs.
26 July 1842 • Tuesday
26 Tuesday 26. Sick this. morning. Rode to my in the P.M.
27 July 1842 • Wednesday
27 Wednesday 27. attended meeting at the & listened to the Electioneering candidates, & spoke at the close of the meeting.—
July 27, 1842— Dear Sir (LL. 169. 170) ” [p. 3]
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