History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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11 August 1842 • Thursday
<​11​> Thursday 11, This AM Bro (L.L. 129. 30) information
12 August 1842 • Friday
<​12​> Friday 12 This AM. (L.L. 133.) river. At ni
This night, & left the & came for & found me in good health & fine Spirits.
13 August 1842 • Saturday
<​13​> Saturday 13th. This AM received a letter from of , (LL 130,1.)
I had sent a request to to come and see me, & she had considered to start in the carriage, but while it was preparing, it attracted the attention of the Sheriff who kept a close watch of all movements. To avoid suspicion, walked to ’s, a waited the arrival of the carriage, in which was & , which which passed off <​down the ​> with & , & raised curtains, receiving , by the way, without any discovery, by the sheriff. When about 4 mi down the the carriage turned on to the prairie, and passing around the , turned into the Timber opposite [Ebenezer] Wiggins farm, where alighted, & walked to , & the carriage returned. I was in good spirits, although somewhat afflicted in body, and was much rejoiced to meet my dear once more
A report (L.L. 131) him.
Great Freshet in , Indian murders in Floridia & Riots in are reported in this day, wasp.—
14 August 1842 • Sunday
<​14​> Sunday 14. Spent the day. (L.L. 131, 2, 3.) Smith
I gave the foregoing letter to . (L L. 133) Probable” but in this Mr Powers was mistaken.
15 August 1842 • Monday
<​15​> Monday 15. This AM. (L.L. 134, 5) interview. See Times & Seasons page 886 &c on persecution, & page 893 for a whirlwind at Chauffailes, & a great fire in Russia
16 August 1842 • Tuesday
<​16​> Tuesday 16. [p. 6]
11 August 1842 • Thursday
11 Thursday 11, This AM Bro (L.L. 129. 30) information
12 August 1842 • Friday
12 Friday 12 This AM. (L.L. 133.) river.
This night, & left the for & found me in good health & fine Spirits.
13 August 1842 • Saturday
13 Saturday 13th. This AM received a letter from of , (LL 130,1.)
I had sent a request to to come and see me, & she had considered to start in the carriage, but while it was preparing, it attracted the attention of the Sheriff who kept a close watch of all movements. To avoid suspicion, walked to ’s, a waited the arrival of the carriage, which passed off down the with & , & raised curtains, receiving , by the way, without any discovery, by the sheriff. When about 4 mi down the the carriage turned on to the prairie, and passing around the , turned into the Timber opposite [Ebenezer] Wiggins farm, where alighted, & walked to , & the carriage returned. I was in good spirits, although somewhat afflicted in body, and was much rejoiced to meet my dear once more
A report (L.L. 131) him.
Great Freshet in , Indian murders in Floridia & Riots in are reported in this day, wasp.—
14 August 1842 • Sunday
14 Sunday 14. Spent the (L.L. 131, 2, 3.) Smith
I gave the foregoing letter to . (L L. 133) Probable” but in this Mr Powers was mistaken.
15 August 1842 • Monday
15 Monday 15. This AM. (L.L. 134, 5) interview. See Times & Seasons page 886 &c on persecution, & page 893 for a whirlwind at Chauffailes, & a great fire in Russia
16 August 1842 • Tuesday
16 Tuesday 16. [p. 6]
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