History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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in the best manner my circumstances would allow, and dictate for my history, from time to time, as I have had opportunity, <​so​> that the labors & suffering of the first Elders & Saints of this last kingdom might not be wholly lost to the world.
13 December 1841 • Monday
<​13​> Monday 13 I appointed Recorder for the . and my private secretary. & general Clerk. & he commenced his labors on in my new office. in the brick store. Some time in the fall (L. L. 33.) Seasons
This morning delived the message I gave him on Saturday eving to & . Temple Committee. in prsence of . & .—
<​by letter​> instructed the saints at . to remove to . “Baptisms for the Dead An Epistle (T&S.625 6. 7.)
14 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​14​> Tuesday 14 I commenced unpacking a lot of Dry Goods in the 2d story of my new . situated on the north west corner of block 155[th] The joiners and masons yet at work in on the lower part of the building
15 December 1841 • Wednesday
<​15​> Wednesday 15. In reply (L.L. 31) as follows, (It remains (L L. 31) that, (The foregoing is an extract fem my letter in reply)
The Twelve were in council at s
16 December 1841 • Thursday
<​16​> Thursday 16. “ (L. L. 31.)
18 December 1841 • Saturday
<​18​> Saturday 18 I attended the city council & moved Resolutions and stated circumstances which I had heard concerning Mobocracy, from a person late from , and requestd a law made so that persons notifying any any person to leave their peacable homes. could be dealt with rigorously.
19 December 1841 • Sunday
<​19​>. Sunday 19. the Twelve were in council at s.
20 December 1841 • Monday
<​20​> Monday 20: I communicated to the “Times & Seasons” as follows To my fr[ien]ds in (T&S 651)
21 December 1841 • Tuesday
<​21.​> Tuesday 21. I wroter , on <​a variety of​> business <​Matters​> as recorded in Letter See Letter Book p. 218.
24 December 1841 • Friday
<​24​> Friday 24— This evening I had a consultation with & about establishing an agency in , for the <​cheap &​> expedetius conveyance of the Saints to ,— & for the <​our​> convenience of <​in​> <​Merchedize.​> [p. 22]
in the best manner my circumstances would allow, and dictate for my history, from time to time, as I have had opportunity, so that the labors & suffering of the first Elders & Saints of this last kingdom might not be wholly lost to the world.
13 December 1841 • Monday
13 Monday 13 I appointed Recorder for the . and my private secretary. & general Clerk. & he commenced his labors in my new office. in the brick store. Some time in the fall (L. L. 33.) Seasons
This morning delived the message I gave him on Saturday eving to & . Temple Committee. in prsence of . & .—
by letter instructed the saints at . to remove to . “Baptisms for the Dead An Epistle (T&S.625 6. 7.)
14 December 1841 • Tuesday
14 Tuesday 14 I commenced unpacking a lot of Dry Goods in the 2d story of my new . situated on the north west corner of block 155[th] The joiners and masons yet at work on the lower part of the building
15 December 1841 • Wednesday
15 Wednesday 15. In reply (L.L. 31) as follows, (It remains (L L. 31) that, (The foregoing is an extract fem my letter in reply)
The Twelve were in council at s
16 December 1841 • Thursday
16 Thursday 16. “ (L. L. 31.)
18 December 1841 • Saturday
18 Saturday 18 I attended the city council and stated circumstances which I had heard concerning Mobocracy, from a person late from , and requestd a law made so that persons notifying any person to leave their peacable homes. could be dealt with rigorously.
19 December 1841 • Sunday
19. Sunday 19. the Twelve were in council at s.
20 December 1841 • Monday
20 Monday 20: I communicated to the “Times & Seasons” as follows To my friends in (T&S 651)
21 December 1841 • Tuesday
21. Tuesday 21. I wroter , on a variety of business Matters See Letter Book p. 218.
24 December 1841 • Friday
24 Friday 24— This evening I had a consultation with & about establishing an agency in , for the cheap & expedetius conveyance of the Saints to ,— & for our convenience in Merchedize. [p. 22]
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