History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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1 August 1841 • Sunday
<​1​> Sunday Aug 1, 1844, <​All​> The Quorum of the 12 who were expected <​2​> here this season with the exception of Elders & have arrived. (T&S. 487) them.”
<​2​> The minds of thousands are already prepared, (T.&S. 495) &c &c, an account of the fooleries & lies which have been trumpeting forth. from the diffret [different] Presses in the
5 August 1841 • Thursday
<​5​> Thursday 5th, Letters from , state that there are more or less baptized every week. There was been a gen Election of members of parliament last month, and serious ritots riots in differ[en]t parts of the kingdom between the whigs & Tories.
7 August 1841 • Saturday
<​7​> Saturday 7. My brother died at his residence in , this morning at 20 mi. past 2 o’clock in the 25 year of his age.
A confrence of the church was held at , Iowa and the branches in was as far as representd, consisted of 750 members and adjourned to the 9 in[s]t
9 August 1841 • Monday
<​9​> Monday 9. The Steam boat Erie was burned on Lake Erie, 30 mil from & 8 from the American Shore. 200 persons on board & 175 <​persons​> perished.
The funeal of Bro was attended this day, by a vast concourse of friends & relatives. He was buried with military honors, having at the time of his death the office of Brig Gen of the 2nd Cohort, . He was also Prest of the High Priest Quorum & Editor & publisher of the Times & Seasons, and was universally beloved by his numerous acquaintances. His attachment to the cause of truth was immovable.
The conference continud, & was addressed by Elders & particularly on Temperance. and met again on 10 Tuesday the 10, and was addressed by & on the build[in]g of the in , and closed with a geneal addres from .
10 August 1841 • Tuesday
<​10.​> <​The department of English Litrature & Mathematics is in operation under the derction of Professor .—​>
(T&S. 517) Major General.
Letters from various parts of and Scotland show that the numbers are daily added to the church; <​while​> shipwrecks (T&S. 598) railways, betoken the coming of the son of Man.
15 August 1841 • Sunday
<​15​> Sunday 15. My infant son died aged 14 mo 2 days
16 August 1841 • Monday
<​16​> Monday 16. Elder arrived at this morning.— succeeded , in the as Editor of the Times & Seasons with [p. 13]
1 August 1841 • Sunday
1 Sunday Aug 1, 1844, All The Quorum of the 12 who were expected here this season with the exception of Elders & have arrived. (T&S. 487) them.”
The minds of thousands are already prepared, (T.&S. 495) &c &c, an account of the fooleries & lies which have been trumpeting forth. from the diffret [different] Presses in the
5 August 1841 • Thursday
5 Thursday 5th, Letters from , state that there are more or less baptized every week. There was a gen Election of members of parliament last month, and serious riots in different parts of the kingdom between the whigs & Tories.
7 August 1841 • Saturday
7 Saturday 7. My brother died at his residence in , this morning at 20 mi. past 2 o’clock in the 25 year of his age.
A confrence of the church was held at , Iowa and the branches in as far as representd, consisted of 750 members and adjourned to the 9 inst
9 August 1841 • Monday
9 Monday 9. The Steam boat Erie was burned on Lake Erie, 30 mil from & 8 from the American Shore. 200 persons on board & 175 persons perished.
The funeal of Bro was attended this day, by a vast concourse of friends & relatives. He was buried with military honors, having at the time of his death the office of Brig Gen of the 2nd Cohort, . He was also Prest of the High Priest Quorum & Editor & publisher of the Times & Seasons, and was universally beloved by his numerous acquaintances. His attachment to the cause of truth was immovable.
The conference continud, & was addressed by Elders & particularly on Temperance. and met again on Tuesday the 10, and was addressed by & on the building of the in , and closed with a geneal addres from .
10 August 1841 • Tuesday
10. The department of English Litrature & Mathematics is in operation under the derction of Professor .—
(T&S. 517) Major General.
Letters from various parts of and Scotland show that numbers are daily added to the church; while shipwrecks (T&S. 598) railways, betoken the coming of the son of Man.
15 August 1841 • Sunday
15 Sunday 15. My infant son died aged 14 mo 2 days
16 August 1841 • Monday
16 Monday 16. Elder arrived at this morning.— succeeded , as Editor of the Times & Seasons with [p. 13]
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