History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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<​16​> Tuesday 16 wrote a letter to <​as follows​>, Aug 16. 1842 My Dear (L,L, 173. 4. 5.) J. S.
I also wrote as follows, Head Quarters. Aug 16. 1842. . (L L. 170. 1.) Militia.
took the The foregoing letters were delived to who proceeded immediately to the . has taken the greatest interest in my welfare, & I feel to bless him.
Blessed is Bro . (L.L. 135. 164. 165.) God forbid!
<​I design to resume this subject at a future time,​>
returned in the bringing the following letters,
Dear Husband (L. L. 175)
, Ill. 1. o’clock (L. L. 172. 3)
wrote me from as follows. “. Aug 16. 1842 (L.L. 190.1) ,”
“P. S. I know (L,L, 192) J. A. B.”
17 August 1842 • Wednesday
<​17​> Wednesday 17 I went & my I walked out into the woods for exercise, in co with . where we were <​accedentaly​> discovered by a young man. We asked him various questions (L.L. 165.) or no.
(L.L. 171)
Aug 16 <​17th.​> 1842. To his Excellency (LL. 176. 7, 8)
Rumors were afloat (L.L. 165) well treeted.
19 August 1842 • Friday
<​19​> Friday Morning 19. . Presented ’s letter. <​of the 17th.​> to . at , in presence of , (L.L. 178) decided. It appeared evident <​by the conversation​> that was no friend to the Saints, and they could expect no good things from him. He explicitly acknowledged his ignorance of the law touching the case in question.— After spending the day in conversation & reading, I in the evening I received a visit from my Aunt , and at night went to the , and concluded to tarry at home until something further transpired relative to the designs of my persecutors.
20 August 1842 • Saturday
<​20​> Saturday 20. Spent the day in the my general business office, otherwise call, Lodge room or Assembly Room, or council chamber, which is over my , and the place where most of the business of the & church is transacted. My health very indifferent. In the evening had an interview with [p. 7]
16 Tuesday 16 wrote as follows, Aug 16. 1842 My Dear (L,L, 173. 4. 5.) J. S.
I also wrote as follows, Head Quarters. Aug 16. 1842. . (L L. 170. 1.) Militia.
The foregoing letters were delived to who proceeded immediately to the . has taken the greatest interest in my welfare, & I feel to bless him.
Blessed is Bro . (L.L. 135. 164. 165.) God forbid!
I design to resume this subject at a future time,
returned in the bringing the following letters,
Dear Husband (L. L. 175)
, Ill. 1. o’clock (L. L. 172. 3)
wrote me from as follows. “. Aug 16. 1842 (L.L. 190.1) ,”
“P. S. I know (L,L, 192) J. A. B.”
17 August 1842 • Wednesday
17 Wednesday 17 I walked out into the woods for exercise, in co with . where we were accedentaly discovered by a young man. We asked him various questions (L.L. 165.) or no.
(L.L. 171)
Aug 17th. 1842. To his Excellency (LL. 176. 7, 8)
Rumors were afloat (L.L. 165) well treeted.
19 August 1842 • Friday
19 Friday Morning 19. . Presented ’s letter. of the 17th. to . at , in presence of , (L.L. 178) decided. It appeared evident by the conversation that was no friend to the Saints, and they could expect no good things from him. He explicitly acknowledged his ignorance of the law touching the case in question.— After spending the day in conversation & reading, in the evening I received a visit from my Aunt , and at night went to the , and concluded to tarry at home until something further transpired relative to the designs of my persecutors.
20 August 1842 • Saturday
20 Saturday 20. Spent the day in my general business office, otherwise call, Lodge or Assembly Room, or council chamber, which is over my , and the place where most of the business of the & church is transacted. My health very indifferent. In the evening had an interview with [p. 7]
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