Appendix 5, Document 2. Draft Notes, March and April 1842

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Thursday. Entered affidavit against and obtained judgement
Friday Training with the Legion— in the evening attended trial of who was cut off from the Church and delivered over to Satan to be buffetted till the day of redemption
Saturday attended Court Marshall
M[ar]ch 21— proposed settlement with and paid to him and some amount in goods——
22— A.M. in conversation with & others concerning the jewish Mission. Stated he had received a Revelation concerning with ’s case was to be done with.
24— Waiting upon the Female relief Society and also presented to said society a complaint against a young woman. had conversation with &
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26. A M. Conversing with on his mission— and giving instructi[o]n left and took the Steam Boat rapids laying at
27— Spake some on Baptism for the Dead after — afterwards baptized a number in the river.——
28 Receiving s and others subscriptions from
31— In council with & J
&c— private Office
April. 5. Settld with Niswanger
widow Murph wonts to know the price of mills & Lot in
wants to sell a Block for store goods [illegible] [p. [1]]
Mr
Jackson Goodale
52 feet on Parley Street N. side
175 feet— east end of Hibberts addition joining H. Mc Fale on the East—
142.2. Isaac Behunin wants a Deed on Stake
Receipt, 31.00
Heifer, 6.00
4.00
41.00
[p. [2]]

Footnotes

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    The entries for Thursday through Saturday were recorded on 10, 11, and 12 March 1842, respectively.  

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    TEXT: Possibly “south”.  

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    TEXT: From “52 feet” to “on the East—” is stricken in pen, possibly later.  

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