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History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

1841 Sept 14 up an ill feeling by reading the following proclamation at noon, during the recess of exercise, to a considerable number of persons collected round his store; which I insert verbatim:
Citizens of Iowa

Area originally part of Louisiana Purchase, 1803. First permanent white settlements established, ca. 1833. Organized as territory, 1838, containing all of present-day Iowa, much of present-day Minnesota, and parts of North and South Dakota. Population in ...

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The laws of Iowa

Area originally part of Louisiana Purchase, 1803. First permanent white settlements established, ca. 1833. Organized as territory, 1838, containing all of present-day Iowa, much of present-day Minnesota, and parts of North and South Dakota. Population in ...

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do not require you to muster under or be Reviewed by Joe Smith or General Bennett

3 Aug. 1804–5 Aug. 1867. Physician, minister, poultry breeder. Born at Fairhaven, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Son of John Bennett and Abigail Cook. Moved to Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio, 1808; to Massachusetts, 1812; and back to Marietta, 1822. Married ...

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and should they have the impudence to attempt it, it is hoped that every person having a proper respect for himself will at once Leave the Ranks
This however had no effect whatever on the people.
Myself and brother

9 Feb. 1800–27 June 1844. Farmer, cooper. Born at Tunbridge, Orange Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Randolph, Orange Co., 1802; to Tunbridge, before May 1803; to Royalton, Windsor Co., Vermont, 1804; to Sharon, Windsor Co., by...

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were not in military uniform, but were treated with every respect that visiting officers of our rank could be through the entire day. At the dismissal of the military I went to Mr Kilbourne

12 Apr. 1803–24 Apr. 1876. Merchant, land agent, postmaster, lawyer, railroad executive. Born in Marlborough, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Son of David Kilbourn(e) and Lydia Welles. Member of Presbyterian church. Married Harriet Rice in Albany, Albany Co., ...

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’s store, and desired to have some conversation with him, but was peremptorily ordered out of doors. This conduct greatly disgusted his few friends, who upbraided Kilbourn

12 Apr. 1803–24 Apr. 1876. Merchant, land agent, postmaster, lawyer, railroad executive. Born in Marlborough, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Son of David Kilbourn(e) and Lydia Welles. Member of Presbyterian church. Married Harriet Rice in Albany, Albany Co., ...

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with his ungentlemanly conduct and accompanied me to the ferry, where I left them shewing me every manifestation of friendship, (see page 1226)

Addenda • 13 July 1841

July 13 A treaty was signed between Turkey, Russia, England, France, page 1214 Austria, and Prussia; whereby the Dardanelles are closed to all foreign ships of war, as long as the Ottoman Porte enjoys peace

Addenda • 28 July 1841

28 The Jewish quarter of Smyrna burned, destroying 3000 houses pp 1219 and 8 synagogues

Addenda • 1 October 1841

Oct 1 I received a letter from Benjamin Winchester requesting to be excused from accompanying Elder [Erastus] Snow

9 Nov. 1818–27 May 1888. Farmer, teacher, merchant, publisher, manufacturer. Born at St. Johnsbury, Caledonia Co., Vermont. Son of Levi Snow and Lucina Streeter. Baptized into LDS church by William Snow, 3 Feb. 1833, at Charleston, Orleans Co., Vermont. Ordained...

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on his mission to Salem 1227 Mass., on account of ill health and pecuniary embarrassments; and expressing his conviction that Elder [John E.] Page

25 Feb. 1799–14 Oct. 1867. Born at Trenton, Oneida Co., New York. Son of Ebenezer Page and Rachel Hill. Married first Betsey Thompson, 1831, in Huron Co., Ohio. Baptized into LDS church by Emer Harris, 18 Aug. 1833, at Brownhelm, Lorain Co., Ohio. Ordained...

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had means enough to accompany Elder Orson Hyde

8 Jan. 1805–28 Nov. 1878. Laborer, clerk, storekeeper, teacher, editor, businessman, lawyer, judge. Born at Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut. Son of Nathan Hyde and Sally Thorpe. Moved to Derby, New Haven Co., 1812. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, ...

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to Jerusalem

Capital city of ancient Judea. Holy city of Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Population in 1835 about 11,000; in 1840 about 13,000; and in 1850 about 15,000. Described in 1836 as “greatly reduced from its ancient size and importance.” Occupied and governed ...

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Addenda • 31 October 1831

31 Attended a Council with the Twelve Apostles. Benjamin Winchester being present, complained that he had been neglected and misrepresented by the Elders, and manifested a contentious spirit. 1242 I gave him a severe reproof telling him of his folly and vanity and shewing him that the principles which he suffered to control him, would lead him to destruction. I counselled him to change his course— govern his dispositions, and quit his talebearing and slandering his brethren. I instructed the Council on many principles pertaining to the gathering of the nations— the wickedness and downfall of this generation. &c.

Addenda • 7 November 1841

Nov 7 Sunday. Elder William O. Clark preached about 2 hours 1244 reproving the Saints for a lack of Sanctity and a want of holy living; enjoining sanctity, solemnity and temperance in the extreme [p. 19]
<1841  Sept 14> up an ill feeling by reading the following proclamation at noon,  during the recess of exercise, to a considerable number of persons collected  round his store; which I insert verbatim:
Citizens of Iowa

Area originally part of Louisiana Purchase, 1803. First permanent white settlements established, ca. 1833. Organized as territory, 1838, containing all of present-day Iowa, much of present-day Minnesota, and parts of North and South Dakota. Population in ...

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The laws  of Iowa

Area originally part of Louisiana Purchase, 1803. First permanent white settlements established, ca. 1833. Organized as territory, 1838, containing all of present-day Iowa, much of present-day Minnesota, and parts of North and South Dakota. Population in ...

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do not require you to muster under or be Reviewed by  Joe Smith or General Bennett

3 Aug. 1804–5 Aug. 1867. Physician, minister, poultry breeder. Born at Fairhaven, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Son of John Bennett and Abigail Cook. Moved to Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio, 1808; to Massachusetts, 1812; and back to Marietta, 1822. Married ...

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and should they have the impudence  to attempt it, it is hoped that every person having a proper respect  for himself will at once Leave the Ranks
This however had no  effect whatever on the people.
Myself and brother

9 Feb. 1800–27 June 1844. Farmer, cooper. Born at Tunbridge, Orange Co., Vermont. Son of Joseph Smith Sr. and Lucy Mack. Moved to Randolph, Orange Co., 1802; to Tunbridge, before May 1803; to Royalton, Windsor Co., Vermont, 1804; to Sharon, Windsor Co., by...

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were not in military uniform, but were  treated with every respect that visiting officers of our rank could be  through the entire day. At the dismissal of the military I went to  Mr Kilbourne

12 Apr. 1803–24 Apr. 1876. Merchant, land agent, postmaster, lawyer, railroad executive. Born in Marlborough, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Son of David Kilbourn(e) and Lydia Welles. Member of Presbyterian church. Married Harriet Rice in Albany, Albany Co., ...

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’s store, and desired to have some conversation with him, but  was peremptorily ordered out of doors. This conduct greatly disgusted  his few friends, who upbraided Kilbourn

12 Apr. 1803–24 Apr. 1876. Merchant, land agent, postmaster, lawyer, railroad executive. Born in Marlborough, Hartford Co., Connecticut. Son of David Kilbourn(e) and Lydia Welles. Member of Presbyterian church. Married Harriet Rice in Albany, Albany Co., ...

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with his ungentlemanly  conduct and accompanied me to the ferry, where I left them shewing  me every manifestation of friendship, (see page 1226)

Addenda • 13 July 1841

<July 13> A treaty <was> signed between Turkey, Russia, England, France,  <page 1214> Austria, and Prussia; whereby the Dardanelles are closed to all  foreign ships of war, as long as the Ottoman Porte enjoys peace

Addenda • 28 July 1841

<28> The Jewish quarter of Smyrna burned, destroying 3000 houses  <pp 1219> and 8 synagogues

Addenda • 1 October 1841

<Oct 1> I received a letter from Benjamin Winchester requesting to  be excused from accompanying Elder [Erastus] Snow

9 Nov. 1818–27 May 1888. Farmer, teacher, merchant, publisher, manufacturer. Born at St. Johnsbury, Caledonia Co., Vermont. Son of Levi Snow and Lucina Streeter. Baptized into LDS church by William Snow, 3 Feb. 1833, at Charleston, Orleans Co., Vermont. Ordained...

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on his mission to Salem  <1227> Mass., on account of ill health and pecuniary embarrassments; and  expressing his conviction that Elder [John E.] Page

25 Feb. 1799–14 Oct. 1867. Born at Trenton, Oneida Co., New York. Son of Ebenezer Page and Rachel Hill. Married first Betsey Thompson, 1831, in Huron Co., Ohio. Baptized into LDS church by Emer Harris, 18 Aug. 1833, at Brownhelm, Lorain Co., Ohio. Ordained...

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had means enough to accom pany Elder O[rson] Hyde

8 Jan. 1805–28 Nov. 1878. Laborer, clerk, storekeeper, teacher, editor, businessman, lawyer, judge. Born at Oxford, New Haven Co., Connecticut. Son of Nathan Hyde and Sally Thorpe. Moved to Derby, New Haven Co., 1812. Moved to Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio, ...

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to Jerusalem

Capital city of ancient Judea. Holy city of Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Population in 1835 about 11,000; in 1840 about 13,000; and in 1850 about 15,000. Described in 1836 as “greatly reduced from its ancient size and importance.” Occupied and governed ...

More Info
.

Addenda • 31 October 1831

<31> Attended a Council with the Twelve Apostles. Benjamin  Winchester being present, complained that he had been neglected and  misrepresented by the Elders, and manifested a contentious spirit.  <1242> I gave him a severe reproof telling him of his folly and vanity  and shewing him that the principles which he suffered to control  him, would lead him to destruction. I counselled him to change  his course— govern his dispositions, and quit his talebearing and  slandering his brethren. I instructed the Council on many prin ciples pertaining to the gathering of the nations— the wickedness  and downfall of this generation. &c.

Addenda • 7 November 1841

<Nov 7> Sunday. Elder William O. Clark preached about 2 hours  <1244> reproving the Saints for a lack of Sanctity and a want of holy  living; enjoining sanctity, solemnity and temperance in the extreme [p. 19]
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JS, History, 1838–1856, vol. C-1, addenda, created 18 Oct.–ca. 20 Nov. 1854; 75 pages in volume bearing three labels reading “Historical Notation,” “From 1841 to 1851,” and “Addenda to C1;” handwriting of Leo Hawkins, Jonathan Grimshaw, Robert Campbell, and John L. Smith; CHL.

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