History Draft [1 January–21 June 1844]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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be made into drum heads for your friends to beat upon.” Also may become the empire seat of Government.”
<​I said​> “Clayton must go out, or he will apostatize.” I also gave some instruction <​dictated for <​to​> ​> concerning an address to the people for to write to be entitled, <​the head of my pamphlet entitled​> “Views on the powers and policy of the Government of the ,” <​for him to write​>
A Millerite lecturer came into the with me and about 5 P.M.; with whom I had some conversation <​with him​> about <​the definition of the the Good word​> Hades <​and the Hebrew word​> Shool [Sheol] &c. He lectured in the evening in the Hall.
Prayer meeting at ’s.
wrote the following expostulatory epistle to the Citizens of ” through the “Warsaw Signal”:— “ (T. & S. page 443 <​marble cover​>) ”.
30 January 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday Jany. 30th. At 11 A.M., I went into the with .
One P.M., held Mayor’s Court at my on the case “City vs Thomas Coates.” Fined the defendant $25 & costs for beating John Ellison.
A Millerite preached again in the Assembly room, and replied to him; there was a full house.
Prayer meeting at ’s.
31 January 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday 31. 11 o’clock A.M., I called at the , and told to go to , and preach the first principles of the gospel, get some Lexicons, and return home. Prayer meeting at ’s evening. There seems to be quite a revival throughout , and an enquiry after the things of God by all the and in General.
published an <​a lengthy​> appeal to the Legislature of the State of setting forth <​in pathetic style​> the grievances he had suffered through the persecution against the Church by the State of ; which he closes which concludes as follows:— “The In confidence of the purity (T. & S. 422 <​marble​>) P. M. [post master]”)
Miss published the following psalm:— “. By Miss . What aileth thee (T. & S. 430) oppression” <​1844”​>. [p. 7]
be made into drum heads for your friends to beat upon.” Also may become the empire seat of Government.”
I also dictated to , the head of my pamphlet entitled “Views on the powers and policy of the Government of the ,” for him to write
A Millerite lecturer came into the with about 5 P.M.; I had some conversation with him about the definition of the Good word Hades and the Hebrew word Shool [Sheol] &c. He lectured in the evening in the Hall.
Prayer meeting at ’s.
wrote the following expostulatory epistle to the Citizens of ” through the “Warsaw Signal”:— “ (T. & S. page 443 marble cover) ”.
30 January 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday Jany. 30th. At 11 A.M., I went into the with .
One P.M., held Mayor’s Court at my on the case “City vs Thomas Coates.” Fined the defendant $25 & costs for beating John Ellison.
A Millerite preached again in the Assembly room, and replied to him; there was a full house.
Prayer meeting at ’s.
31 January 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday 31. 11 o’clock A.M., I called at the , and told to go to , and preach the first principles of the gospel, get some Lexicons, and return home. Prayer meeting at ’s evening. There seems to be quite a revival throughout , and an enquiry after the things of God by all the and in General.
published a lengthy appeal to the Legislature of the State of setting forth in pathetic style the grievances he had suffered through the persecution against the Church by the State of ; which concludes as follows:— “ In confidence of the purity (T. & S. 422 marble) P. M. post master”)
Miss published the following psalm:— “. By Miss . What aileth thee (T. & S. 430) 1844”. [p. 7]
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