History Draft [6 August 1838–30 December 1839]

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<​3​> Sunday November 3. & arrvved [arrived] at Ohio.
4 November 1839 • Monday
<​4​> Monday 4[th]<​We arrived at . & put up with Bro , when within 1 mi of the city we met , & co with 7 waggons f[r]om ,— who retur[ne]d with us to , &, tarried while we did, until the 8th. I prea[c]hed several times while here.— Gen Judge of Probate— heard of me, sought me out, tooke me home with me, & treated me like a father.​> & his bro , visited their Sister Kent. There was some division of sentmnt [senitment] among the brethren.—
7 November 1839 • Thursday
<​<​7​> Thursday— 7 the of completed their organizati[o]n, at ’s, <​.​>​>
8 November 1839 • Friday
<​8​> Friday 8th. We started from , <​ having conclud[e]d to continue on the jou[r]ney on accou[n]t of s hea[l]th, which continu[e]d quite poor— we pursu[e]d our jouny th[r]ough towa[r]ds , Ohio. The travelling was bad and our progress slow​>
9 November 1839 • Saturday
<​9​> Saturday 9.
10 November 1839 • Sunday
<​10​> Sunday 10 Preached in the fore-noon & , in the P M in the at . [5 lines blank]
14 November 1839 • Thursday
<​14​> Thursday 14 left Ill. intending to go east as far as . He had just began to re[c]over from a <​4 month’s​> course of the fever & ague. [3 lines blank]
17 November 1839 • Sunday
<​17​> Sunday 17. preach[e]d in in the in the A M. & in the P. M. In the evening Prest Elder in the , & anointed . all of which was sealed by Hosanna. [p. 67]
3 & arrvved [arrived] at Ohio.
4 November 1839 • Monday
4 Monday 4[th]We arrived at . & put up with Bro , when within 1 mi of the city we met , & co with 7 waggons from ,— who returned with us to , &, tarried while we did, until the 8th. I preached several times while here.— Gen Judge of Probate— heard of me, sought me out, tooke me home with me, & treated me like a father. & his bro , visited their Sister Kent. There was some division of sentmnt [senitment] among the brethren.—
7 November 1839 • Thursday
7 Thursday— 7 the of completed their organization, at ’s, .
8 November 1839 • Friday
8 Friday 8th. We started from , having concluded to continue on the journey on account of s health, which continued quite poor— we pursued our jouny through towards , Ohio. The travelling was bad and our progress slow
9 November 1839 • Saturday
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10 November 1839 • Sunday
10 Sunday 10 Preached in the fore-noon & , in the P M in the at . [5 lines blank]
14 November 1839 • Thursday
14 Thursday 14 left Ill. intending to go east as far as . He had just began to recover from a 4 month’s course of the fever & ague. [3 lines blank]
17 November 1839 • Sunday
17 Sunday 17. preached in in the in the A M. & in the P. M. In the evening Prest Elder in the , & anointed . all of which was sealed by Hosanna. [p. 67]
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