History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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1 November 1842 • Tuesday
<​1​> Tuesday November 1, 1842. I rode with to the (L L 209.) children.
2 November 1842 • Wednesday
<​2​> Wednesday 2. Spent this (LL. 209) &c
3 November 1842 • Thursday
<​3​> Thursday 3 Rode (209) .
4 November 1842 • Friday
<​4​> Friday 4. Rode (LL 209.) miss[i]on
5 November 1842 • Saturday
<​5​> Saturday 5 I tarried at home on account of the rain. I received a visit from Some Indians (LL. 209, visit
<​I told the would be frozen over in less than a month, although the weath—​>
6 November 1842 • Sunday
<​6​> Sunday 6. At home all day. P.M. Received a visit from Dr
7 November 1842 • Monday
<​7​> Monday 7. Spent the AM. in council (L.L 210) me
8 November 1842 • Tuesday
<​8​> Tuesday 8. This AM.— (LL 210) appoitmet [appointment].— in the P.M. sat <​officiated​> in court as Mayor at my house
9 November 1842 • Wednesday
<​9​> Wednesday 9th. Paid E[rie] Rhodes $436.93 <​it​> being the amount of 3 notes due for the North west Quarter of S. 9, 6 N 8 W. <​& presided in city council on special business Special <​10​> Thurday meeting to investigate the writ of Habeas Corpus.​>
10–11 November 1842 • Thursday–Friday
<​10​> Thursday & Friday 10 & 11. Presided at adjourned sessions of the city council at my house.
12 November 1842 • Saturday
<​12​> Saturday 12. Presided in the City council.
13 November 1842 • Sunday
<​13​> Sunday 13 I was at home th[r]ough the day.
“Ship Sidney (M.S. 160)
14 November 1842 • Monday
<​14​> Monday 14 Presided in city council when was passed “An ordinance regulating the proceeds of Habeas Corpus.” <​See council records.​> Many other bills were discussed on this & previous days.
15 November 1842 • Tuesday
<​15​> Tuesday 15. About home. Wrote for the Times & Seasons the following Validictory (T&S. 8) Smith. proceeded immediately to this his duties as Editor. The papers report a Terrible storm on the Island of Madeira. It commenced raining on the 15 & continued to
16 November 1842 • Wednesday
<​16​> Wednesday 16 About home. In the Evening started a journey to the counties north in company with .
17 November 1842 • Thursday
<​17​> Thursday 17. There was a severe snow Storm and two men were frozen to death on the prairie between & . The was frozen over.
21 November 1842 • Monday
<​21​> Monday 21. “A council of the Twelve viz, , , , , & assembled at the house of , in [p. 15]
1 November 1842 • Tuesday
1 Tuesday November 1, 1842. I rode with to the (L L 209.) children.
2 November 1842 • Wednesday
2 Wednesday 2. Spent this (LL. 209) &c
3 November 1842 • Thursday
3 Thursday 3 Rode (209) .
4 November 1842 • Friday
4 Friday 4. Rode (LL 209.) mission
5 November 1842 • Saturday
5 Saturday 5 I tarried at home on account of the rain. I received a visit from Some Indians (LL. 209, visit
I told the would be frozen over in less than a month, although the weath—
6 November 1842 • Sunday
6 Sunday 6. At home all day. P.M. Received a visit from Dr
7 November 1842 • Monday
7 Monday 7. Spent the AM. in council (L.L 210) me
8 November 1842 • Tuesday
8 Tuesday 8. This AM.— (LL 210) appoitmet [appointment].— in the P.M. officiated in court as Mayor at my house
9 November 1842 • Wednesday
9 Wednesday 9th. Paid Erie Rhodes $436.93 it being the amount of 3 notes due for the North west Quarter of S. 9, 6 N 8 W. & presided in city council Special meeting to investigate the writ of Habeas Corpus.
10–11 November 1842 • Thursday–Friday
10 Thursday & Friday 10 & 11. Presided at adjourned sessions of the city council at my house.
12 November 1842 • Saturday
12 Saturday 12. Presided in the City council.
13 November 1842 • Sunday
13 Sunday 13 I was at home through the day.
“Ship Sidney (M.S. 160)
14 November 1842 • Monday
14 Monday 14 Presided in city council when was passed “An ordinance regulating the proceeds of Habeas Corpus.” See council records. Many other bills were discussed on this & previous days.
15 November 1842 • Tuesday
15 Tuesday 15. About home. Wrote for the Times & Seasons the following Validictory (T&S. 8) Smith. proceeded immediately to his duties as Editor.
16 November 1842 • Wednesday
16 Wednesday 16 About home. In the Evening started a journey to the counties north in company with .
17 November 1842 • Thursday
17 Thursday 17. There was a severe snow Storm and two men were frozen to death on the prairie between & . The was frozen over.
21 November 1842 • Monday
21 Monday 21. “A council of the Twelve viz, , , , , & assembled at the house of , in [p. 15]
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