History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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24 August 1842 • Wednesday
<​24​> Wednesday 24 At home all day. received a visit from from Bros. & .
Aug 24; 1842, Dear Madam (LL. 185) 186
26 August 1842 • Friday
<​26​> Friday 26. At home all day. in at evening in council with some of the 12 and other— (<​L.L.​> 182) public.
Great distress prevails in on account of the dull state of trade—
27 August 1842 • Saturday
<​27​> Saturday 27. in the assembly room with some of the 12 and others who were preparing affidavits for the press.
Aug 27th. 1842, To his Excellancy (L.L. 187. 8) .” See s Letter on account of his daughter <​“Wasp” pospe 19​>
28 August 1842 • Sunday
<​28​> Sunday 28. At home. . Peter Melling , & were received into the High Priests Quorum, at . <​The British Convict Ship Waterloo was wrecked at Cape Town <​during a gale​> & 200 lives lost—​>
29 August 1842 • Monday
<​29​> Monday 29. The special This being the day appointed for the conference referred to on the 26 instant. The Elders (LL. 182.3) Turnout.” near the close of remarks I went upon the . I was rejoiced to look upon the saints once more, whom. I had not seen for about 3 weeks; They also were rejoiced to see me, and we all rejoiced together. My Sudden appearance on the under the circumstances which surrounded us, caused great animation & cheerfulness in the assembly. Some had supposed that I had gone to , & some that I had gone to Europe, while a few <​some​> thought I was in the ; but whatever difference of opinions had prevailed on this point, they <​we​> were now all agreed and were to rejoice together filled with thanksgiving & rejoicing. When had done speaking I arose and congratulated the brethern & sisters on the victory I had once more gained over the Missourians. I had told them (183, 4) them. During the address an indescribable transport of good feeling was manifested by the whole assembly. And about 380 Elders volunteered to go immediately on the proposed mission. [p. 9]
24 August 1842 • Wednesday
24 Wednesday 24 At home all day. received a visit from from Bros. & .
Aug 24; 1842, Dear Madam (LL. 185) 186
26 August 1842 • Friday
26 Friday 26. At home all day. at evening in council with some of the 12 and other— (L.L. 182) public.
Great distress prevails in on account of the dull state of trade—
27 August 1842 • Saturday
27 Saturday 27. in the assembly room with some of the 12 and others who were preparing affidavits for the press.
Aug 27th. 1842, To his Excellancy (L.L. 187. 8) .” See s Letter on account of his daughter “Wasp” pospe 19
28 August 1842 • Sunday
28 Sunday 28. At home. . Peter Melling , & were received into the High Priests Quorum, at . The British Convict Ship Waterloo was wrecked at Cape Town during a gale & 200 lives lost—
29 August 1842 • Monday
29 Monday 29. This being the day appointed for the conference referred to on the 26 instant. The Elders (LL. 182.3) Turnout.” near the close of remarks I went upon the . I was rejoiced to look upon the saints once more, whom. I had not seen for about 3 weeks; They also were rejoiced to see me, and we all rejoiced together. My Sudden appearance on the under the circumstances which surrounded us, caused great animation & cheerfulness in the assembly. Some had supposed that I had gone to , & some that I had gone to Europe, while some thought I was in the ; but whatever difference of opinions had prevailed on this point, we were now all filled with thanksgiving & rejoicing. When had done speaking I arose and congratulated the brethern & sisters on the victory I had once more gained over the Missourians. I had told them (183, 4) them. During the address an indescribable transport of good feeling was manifested by the assembly. And about 380 Elders volunteered to go immediately on the proposed mission. [p. 9]
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