History Draft [1 January–21 June 1844]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<​Enquire of what lesson​> At 5 P.M. I read German with .
Prest. left , and preached in the evening to an attentive congregation in Old Britain.
4 June 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday 4th.— At home. and proposed to give $10000. per month for the use of the “Maid of Iowa”, made out their own bonds with their own security; but I would not receive them.
In the afternoon I went out to my , and accidentally broke the whipple tree of my buggy.
Wrote the following letter <​to , ​>:— “ (see file) Smith.”
The Municipal Court issued an against for $3626¼/100 for costs incurred on 8th May last.
At 6 P. M., I was in council with , , , , , and , on the propriety of prosecuting the Laws and Fosters for perjury, slander &c. Counseled to go on with a prosecution in behalf of I concluded to go to with , and give up my bonds of guardianship &c as administrator of the estate.
and are so anxious to get property they will all flat out as soon as the is completed, and the faith of the saints ceases from them &c.
At 7 P M, I walked out with .
5 June 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday 5th I went to the Prarie to show some land, and returned home towards night
At 8 P. M. I walked out with ; the lightning in the north was most beautiful. About 10 a shower of rain passed over with continual distant thunder; there has not been <​any rain for some days back. Thermeter stood at 94½o. in the shade— very warm.​>
I received the <​a​> book entitled “The book of denominations,” and wrote the following acknowledgement:— “ (see file) Smith.”
 
D[ra]ft. History 1843 <​1844​> from Jany 28 till June 5th [p. 54]
Enquire of what lesson At 5 P.M. I read German with .
Prest. left , and preached in the evening to an attentive congregation in Old Britain.
4 June 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday 4th.— At home. and proposed to give $10000. per month for the use of the “Maid of Iowa”, made out their own bonds with their own security; but I would not receive them.
In the afternoon I went out to my , and accidentally broke the whipple tree of my buggy.
Wrote the following letter to , :— “ (see file) Smith.”
The Municipal Court issued an against for $3626¼/100 for costs incurred on 8th May last.
At 6 P. M., I was in council with , , , , , and , on the propriety of prosecuting the Laws and Fosters for perjury, slander &c. Counseled to go on with a prosecution in behalf of I concluded to go to with , and give up my bonds of guardianship &c as administrator of the estate.
and are so anxious to get property they will all flat out as soon as the is completed, and the faith of the saints ceases from them &c.
At 7 P M, I walked out with .
5 June 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday 5th I went to the Prarie to show some land, and returned home towards night
At 8 P. M. I walked out with ; the lightning in the north was most beautiful. About 10 a shower of rain passed over with continual distant thunder; there has not been any rain for some days back. Thermeter stood at 94½o. in the shade— very warm.
I received a book entitled “The book of denominations,” and wrote the following acknowledgement:— “ (see file) Smith.”
 
Draft. History 1844 from Jany 28 till June 5th [p. 54]
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