History Draft [1 March–31 December 1843]

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27 August 1843 • Sunday
<​June 27​> continuation of s Journal ending with dismissed the people”
I attended meeting at the at 10 A M, and made a few remarks, the following report of which is by Dr. : (Here insert copy)
said: “I never saw but three times, and never exchanged a word with any man living on the subject. I ask pardon for having done anything which should give occasion to make you think so.”
In the evening attended Council and prayer meeting with my brother , , , , and .
28 August 1843 • Monday
<​Monday 28​> I was visited by a deputation of Pottawatamie Indians; who wished him <​me​> to be their great Father. the following is copy of a letter brought by them: “Father (see ’s Journal <​and copy​>) Your Father” <​departure​>
29 August 1843 • Tuesday
<​Tuesday 29​> <​with​> paid a visit to , <​​> Long <​Island​>, N. Y, and and him next day.
I held Mayor’s Court, and tried several cases. was bound over to keep the peace for six months. Previous to the close of the trial he gave up his as an Elder to the .
30 August 1843 • Wednesday
<​Wednesday 30​> The Nauvoo Neighbor publishes the following article: “(page 70)” The following &c &c— signed Viator.”
31 August 1843 • Thursday
<​Thursday 31​> I commenced removing into the .
1 September 1843 • Friday
<​Friday Septr. 1​> The <​following​> article was published in the Times & Seasons: “Mystery of Godliness (page 312–327).”
A was held in , N.Y. <​​> , presiding, WmH. Folsom, Clerk; 13 , consisting of 1 , 58 Elders, 2 1 and 247 Members were represented.
I attended the meeting of the as a witness in the case of <​“ vs​> .” Charges not sustained.
The following appears in the Times and Seasons of this date: “To the Editor (page 318) (signed) Not the Prophet, S. T. P. [p. 66]
27 August 1843 • Sunday
June 27
I attended meeting at the at 10 A M, and made a few remarks, the following report of which is by Dr. : (Here insert copy)
said: “I never saw but three times, and never exchanged a word with any man living on the subject. I ask pardon for having done anything which should give occasion to make you think so.”
In the evening attended Council and prayer meeting with my brother , , , , and .
28 August 1843 • Monday
Monday 28 I was visited by a deputation of Pottawatamie Indians; the following is copy of a letter brought by them: “Father (see ’s Journal and copy) departure
29 August 1843 • Tuesday
Tuesday 29 paid a visit to , Long Island, and and him next day.
I held Mayor’s Court, and tried several cases. was bound over to keep the peace for six months. Previous to the close of the trial he gave up his as an Elder to the .
30 August 1843 • Wednesday
Wednesday 30 The Nauvoo Neighbor publishes the following article: “(page 70)” The following &c &c— signed Viator.”
31 August 1843 • Thursday
Thursday 31 I commenced removing into the .
1 September 1843 • Friday
Friday Septr. 1
A was held in , N.Y. , presiding, WmH. Folsom, Clerk; 13 , 1 , 58 Elders, 2 1 and 247 Members were represented.
I attended the meeting of the as a witness in the case of “ vs .” Charges not sustained.
The following appears in the Times and Seasons of this date: “To the Editor (page 318) (signed) Not the Prophet, S. T. P. [p. 66]
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