, who had retired to rest, that he
might praise <October 11.>
the Lord with us. by joining in songs of praise to the most High.
12 October 1835 •
<12. Rode to .>
Monday 12th rode to
in company with
, to purchase some goods at
s Store. On our return, we found a Mr Bradly
lying across the road. He had been thrown from his waggon. was much
injured by the fall.
13 October 1835 •
Tuesday 13th visited
, who was very much recovered from his sickness indeed, which
caused us to marvel at the Might, Power, and condescension of our Heavenly
Father, in answering our prayers in his behalf.
14 October 1835 •
Wednesday 14,th at home.
15 October 1835 •
s orchard gathering apples.
16 October 1835 •
Friday 16th. was called into the printing office
to settle some difficulties in that de partment, at evening I baptized
. The Lord poured out his
spirit on us and we had a good time.
17 October 1835 •
Saturday 17th called my family together and
arranged my domestic concerns, and dismissed my boarders.
18 October 1835 •
Sunday 18th Attended meeting in the chapel.
Confirmed several who had been baptized, and blessed several children with
the blessings of the new and everlast ing Covenant. Elder
preached in the forenoon, and
in the afternoon. we had an
19 October 1835 •
Monday 19th. at home. Exhibited the records of
Antiquity to a number who called to see them.
20 October 1835 •
Tuesday 20th. at home, prea ched at evening, in
the school house.
21 October 1835 •
Wednesday 21st. at home.
22 October 1835 •
Thursday 22 at home, attending to my
23 October 1835 •
<23 Conference for
Prayer.> Friday, “, at home.
At 4 Oclock afternoon
, , and
assembled, and we united
in prayer with one voice before the Lord for the following blessings:
That the Lord
will give us means sufficient to deliver us from all our afflictions, and
difficulties wherein we are placed by means of our debts; that he will
open the way and deliver Zion in the appointed time, and that without the
shedding of blood; that he will hold our lives precious, and grant that
we may live to the common age of man, and never fall into the hands,
nor power of the mob in
, nor in any other place; that
he will also preserve our posterity, that none of them fall even to the
end of time; that he will give us the blessings of the earth sufficient to
carry us to Zion, and that we may purchase inheritances in that land, even
enough to carry on and accomplish the work unto which he has
appoin ted us; and also that he will assist all others, who desire
according to his commandments, to go up and purchase inher itances,
and all this easily and without perplexity, and trouble; and finally, that
in the end, he will save us in his celestial Kingdom.
24 October 1835 •
Mr Goodrich and Lady called to see
the ancient Records, also called at Doct.
to see the Mummies. Brothers Hawks
and Carpenter, from
visited us and tarried over
25 October 1835 •
Attended meeting with Brother Hawks and