<July 4> expressed his
friendly feelings towards
, and his gratification at the
good discipline of the Legion”—
and the ladies of other distinguished Officers accompanied
their companions on the parade— A few Lamanites were present, and but
little drinking two individuals were fined $10.—25. for offering Whiskey
5 July 1842 • Tuesday
5. Attended Court martial, and City Council,
<“an ordinance in> relation to public Shows and
Exhibitions” was passed.
6 July 1842 •
6 Transacted business in the
and rode to
. Two keel boats sloop rigged, and laden
with provisions and apparatus necessary for the occasion, and manned with
fifty of the brethren started this morning on an expedition to the Upper
, among the
where they can join those already there, and erect Mills, saw boards and
plank, make shingles, hew timber, and return
next spring with rafts for the
&c, to beautify the City of
according to the
7 July 1842 • Thursday
<7.> Thursday 7. Weather very cool
, Thermometer at 60
9 July 1842 • Saturday
9. I rode on the prairie with Brothers
and [William] Gheen to
look at some land. Dined on my
, hoed potatoes &c and
in the <afternoon><afternoon> returned to the
and transacted a variety of
business. I find the
following “Phrenological Chart” of my Clerk Elder
of the Quorum of the Twelve by
“A. Crane M.D.” Propensities
F, very partial to the opposite sex; generally reciprocated by them.
Philoprogenitiveness— 7, F,
interested in the happiness of children; fond of their company.
6, F. attached to place of long residence; no desire to change residence.
11, V L, passionately and devotedly attached to lovers and friends.
7. F. great powers of exertion and sustaining, under opposition and
Destructiveness— 6 M, ability to
control the passions; and is not disposed to extreme measures.
10. L. great propensity and ability to conceal feelings, plans, &c
Acquisitiveness— 8, F, frugality
and industry, without much of the miserly penurious or stingy feeling.
8, F, a good appetite, but not excessive; partiality for a variety of rich
7, L, strong desire to exist; contemplates death as the greatest
Feelings— Cautiousness. 8, L.
discretion, carefulness, anxiety, apprehension &c.
Approbativeness— 10 L, ambition
for distinction, sense of character; sensibility to reproach, fear of
Self-esteem— 10, L, high
mindedness, independence, self confidence, dignity; aspiration for
Concentrativeness— 7, F, can
dwell on a subject without fatigue, and controll the imagination.
Benevolence— 9, L, kindness, goodness, tenderness, sympathy.
F religion without great awe or enthusiasm; reasonable deference to
Firmness— 9, L, stability and
decision of character and purpose.
Conscientiousness— 8, L, high
regard for duty, integrity, moral principle, justice obligation, truth,
Hope— 7, F, reasonable hopes, a
fine flow of spirits; anticipation of what is to be realized.
6 F, openness to conviction without blind credulity; tolerably good degree of
Imitation— 10, F, a disposition
and respectable ability to imitate, but not to mimic, or to act out.
8, L, or F, attached to certain notions; not disposed to change them
Ideality— 10, L lively
imagination; fancy taste, love of poetry, elegance, eloquence, excellence
Perceptives. Admonition— 9 F or
M desirous to know what others are doing: ready to