History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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1 July 1841 • Thursday
<​<​1​> Thursdy July 1, 1841. Elders (see date 15) satisfactory.​>
3 July 1841 • Saturday
<​3​> Saturday July 3[rd] 1841. The Second Regiment <​(Legion P. 2)​> 4 companies: and “the was called out to celebrate (Legion 5) Country.” left his family with his sisters, & started for .— Elder . is in Republishing his history of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon. fist Printed in <​Edinbugh.​>
12 July 1841 • Monday
<​12​> Monday 12 Elder was appointed clerk of the High Council of , & Recorder of Baptisms for the dead, in . At the urgent Solicitations of the brethren at , I consented that they might baptize baptize for the dead on the side of the , at a previous date.
14 July 1841 • Wednesday
<​14​> Wednesday 14, says, Thomas & Sophia Tyler, of West. Bromwich Eng. “After return[in]g from a (M. S. vol. 2 64) Moon.”
The following is translated from the Arabic in the “Malta Times” “Aleppo, 3rd May— A great famine (M S. 64) flows”
Immense quantities of Locusts have appeared in Spain this year devouring every thing in their way, & a showere of flesh & blood is reported at the south. in the
15 July 1841 • Thursday
<​15​> Thursday 15 (Elders , , , , & have arrived home, <​this day​> after an interesting mission to . The accounts of their mission are highly satisfactory.)
Many of the News papers are publishing lies about me by the wholsale, should I attempt to enumerate them, I could write nothing else, suffice it to say that every falsehood wicked men can invent, assisted by their fathers, is trumpeted to the world as sound doctrine;— which proves the words of Jesus, “they have perscuted me they will percute you also.”
16 July 1841 • Friday
<​16​> Friday. 16. The “Edinburgh Observer” says that at “Navalcarnero in spain,— about 3 oclock (M S. 64) disherting [disheartening].”
17 July 1841 • Saturday
<​17​> Saterday 17. “Ratisbon. (T&S. 570, 1, 2, 3) ”,
18 July 1841 • Sunday
<​18​> Sunday 18 was recognized as a day of fasting & prayer that by the Saints in . That they might “mourn with those who mourn & weep with those who weep” on account of the death of The Hon Sidney H Little of the Senate, who was killed by jumping from a waggen Last Sunday, while his horse was unmanageable,— Mr Little was a patriot Statesman & Lawyer. [p. 12]
1 July 1841 • Thursday
1 Thursdy July 1, 1841. Elders (see date 15) satisfactory.
3 July 1841 • Saturday
3 Saturday 3[rd] The Second Regiment (Legion P. 2) 4 companies: and “the was called out to celebrate (Legion 5) Country.” left his family with his sisters, & started for .— Elder . is in Republishing his history of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon. fist Printed in Edinbugh.
12 July 1841 • Monday
12 Monday 12 Elder was appointed clerk of the High Council of , & Recorder of Baptisms for the dead, in . At the urgent Solicitations of the brethren at , I consented that they might baptize baptize for the dead on the side of the , at a previous date.
14 July 1841 • Wednesday
14 Wednesday 14, says, Thomas & Sophia Tyler, of West. Bromwich Eng. “After returning from a (M. S. vol. 2 64) Moon.”
The following is translated from the Arabic in the “Malta Times” “Aleppo, 3rd May— A great famine (M S. 64) flows”
Immense quantities of Locusts have appeared in Spain this year devouring every thing in their way, & a showere of flesh & blood is reported at the south. in the
15 July 1841 • Thursday
15 Thursday 15 (Elders , , , arrived home, this day after an interesting mission to . The accounts of their mission are highly satisfactory.)
Many of the News papers are publishing lies about me by the wholsale, should I attempt to enumerate them, I could write nothing else, suffice it to say that every falsehood wicked men can invent, assisted by their fathers, is trumpeted to the world as sound doctrine;— which proves the words of Jesus, “they have perscuted me they will percute you also.”
16 July 1841 • Friday
16 Friday. 16. The “Edinburgh Observer” says that at “Navalcarnero in spain,— about 3 oclock (M S. 64) disherting disheartening.”
17 July 1841 • Saturday
17 Saterday 17. “Ratisbon. (T&S. 570, 1, 2, 3) ”,
18 July 1841 • Sunday
18 Sunday 18 was recognized as a day of fasting & prayer by the Saints in . That they might “mourn with those who mourn & weep with those who weep” on account of the death of The Hon Sidney H Little of the Senate, who was killed by jumping from a waggen Last Sunday, while his horse was unmanageable,— Mr Little was a patriot Statesman & Lawyer. [p. 12]
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