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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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me. for conspir[i]ng again[s]t my peace & safety. for conspiri[n]g again[s]t my life. for conspiring again[s]t the peace of my family, and for lying”. Joseph Smith
about 5 P.M. the “Maid of Iowa.” steamer. arrivd at the House Wharf— filld with passengers from — led by El[der] Wm Kay— th[e]y started from . 110 210 souls— and nearly all arrivd in good health and spi[r]its. one smaller comp[a]ny arrivd about a week before fr[o]m [p. [86]]
me. for conspiring against my peace & safety. for conspiring against my life. for conspiring against the peace of my family, and for lying”. Joseph Smith
about 5 P.M. the “Maid of Iowa.” steamer. arrivd at the House Wharf— filld with passengers from — led by Elder Wm Kay— they started from . 210 souls— and nearly all arrivd in good health and spirits. one smaller company arrivd about a week before from [p. [86]]
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