History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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1 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​1​> Tuesday June 1, 1841, Elder has been ordained a prophet, Seer & Revelator. retur[ne]d to this day. <​ went to Richmond Massachusetts with his family—​>
4 June 1841 • Friday
<​4​> Friday 4th Elders & , left for , by way of , , & . & , started at the same time & went to New Egypt., having previously taken his family to his friend in Massachusetts.
5 June 1841 • Saturday
<​5​> Saturday 5[th], as I was on my return from , X (T&S 447) sitting
6 June 1841 • Sunday
<​6​> Sunday 6[th] I returned to in chage of the offices, &
7 June 1841 • Monday
<​7​> on Monday Mo[rn]ing 7 (T&S. 447.) Prophet.
8 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​8​> Tuesday 8 Mr. Little (T&S.447) Morning , defendent.
9 June 1841 • Wednesday
<​9​> Wednesday 9th. At an Early hour the Court House (T&S 447, 48) 10 o clock P.M. “<​the following​> Letter from <​is from​> the Editor of the Times & Seasons, “American. Hotel (T&S. 449.) Citizen”
10 June 1841 • Thursday
<​10​> Thursday Morning 10[th] The court (T&S. 448) .
Thus have I once more been deliv[er]ed from the fangs of my cruel persectors, for which I thank God, My heavenly Father.
15 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​15​> Tuesday 15. Letter from . “ June 15 1841 “President Smith (T&S. 551. 2. 3. 4. 5.) ”.
The news papers of the are teeming with all manner of lies, abusing the saints of the most High, and striving to call down the wrath of the people upon his servants.
22 June 1841 • Tuesday
<​22​> Tuesday 22. Elder Theodore Curtis. having previously been arraingnd before a magistate. & bound over for in the Sum of 40 pounds, for “blasphemy,” (I E.) preahing the Gospel appeerd at the court of sessiens this day. & after at Glouster Eng. & after remain[in]g 5 days— was informed on enqui[r]y that no bill was fo[u]nd against him, and was suffed to go at large again after paying 1 £ 1. S.— costs. There we see that the same opposition to truth prevails in other countries as in this. The following Letter is extracted from a letter in the “Juliet Courier” Monmouth June 1841. (T&S 498) Christians” [p. 11]
1 June 1841 • Tuesday
1 Tuesday June 1, 1841, Elder has been ordained a prophet, Seer & Revelator. returned to this day. went to Richmond Massachusetts with his family—
4 June 1841 • Friday
4 Friday 4th Elders & , left for , by way of , , & . & , started at the same time & went to New Egypt.,
5 June 1841 • Saturday
5 Saturday 5[th], as I was on my return from , X (T&S 447) sitting
6 June 1841 • Sunday
6 Sunday 6[th] I returned to in chage of the offices, &
7 June 1841 • Monday
7 on Monday Morning 7 (T&S. 447.) Prophet.
8 June 1841 • Tuesday
8 Tuesday 8 Mr. Little (T&S.447) , defendent.
9 June 1841 • Wednesday
9 Wednesday 9th. At an Early hour the Court House (T&S 447, 48) 10 o clock P.M. “the following Letter from is from the Editor of the Times & Seasons, “American. Hotel (T&S. 449.) Citizen”
10 June 1841 • Thursday
10 Thursday Morning 10[th] The court (T&S. 448) .
Thus have I once more been delivered from the fangs of my cruel persectors, for which I thank God, My heavenly Father.
15 June 1841 • Tuesday
15 Tuesday 15. Letter from . “ June 15 1841 “President Smith (T&S. 551. 2. 3. 4. 5.) ”.
The news papers of the are teeming with all manner of lies, abusing the saints of the most High, and striving to call down the wrath of the people upon his servants.
22 June 1841 • Tuesday
22 Tuesday 22. Elder Theodore Curtis. having previously been arraingnd before a magistate. & bound over in the Sum of 40 pounds, for “blasphemy,” (I E.) preahing the Gospel appeerd at the court of sessiens . at Glouster Eng. & after remaining 5 days— was informed on enquiry that no bill was found against him, and was suffed to go at large again after paying 1 £ 1. S.— costs. There we see that the same opposition to truth prevails in other countries as in this. The following is extracted from a letter in the “Juliet Courier” Monmouth June 1841. (T&S 498) Christians” [p. 11]
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