Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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14 May 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday May 14th. 1844 At home. rode out early in the morning. say. <​ab[o]ut​> 7 oclock.— “Maid of Iowa” started for Capt. Repsher. clerk.— about 9 nine A.M.—
about noon it was reportd that the Foster party. were at marrs store sealing letters to the Governors of all the states.
This P.M. My Old gave a lecture on the . stating the difficulties I had formerly encounte[re]d. I spoke after he had closed & continued my history to the present time.—
4 P.M. Prayer Meeting. few present— prayed for . dugter [daughter] who was sick— was present.— [5 lines blank] [p. [119]]
14 May 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday May 14th. 1844 At home. rode out early in the morning. say. about 7 oclock.— “Maid of Iowa” started for Capt. Repsher. clerk.— about 9 nine A.M.—
about noon it was reportd that the Foster party. were at marrs store sealing letters to the Governors of all the states.
This P.M. My Old gave a lecture on the . stating the difficulties I had formerly encountered. I spoke after he had closed & continued my history to the present time.—
4 P.M. Prayer Meeting. few present— prayed for . dugter [daughter] who was sick— was present.— [5 lines blank] [p. [119]]
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