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August 1864

1 August 1864 • Monday

On Monday, the 3rd 1st of August, I spent a considerable portion of time in conversing upon doctrine with President Wells & Bro. Pratt. In the evening we had a tea party at the Odd Fellow’s Hall, which passed off very well – the Choir and individuals singing beautifully and others giving recitations. I made some remarks. The remainder of this week was spent as <was> the last. My Aunt Eleanor left the Office to prepare for her new place, and as Bro. Brigham, Jr., had sent his wife to London until he could get the house fixed up comfortably for her, he and I boarded & lodged at Sister Spencer’s. Bro. & Sister Wells stopped at the Office. The latter Bro. Wells was considerably occupied in preparing his residence with furniture, carpets &c that he might be able to soon get settled. He had taken a small house in West Derby Road – No. 9 Dunkeld St. Bro. Brigham was busy also fixing up the the rooms of upstairs of the Office, which he fitted up <in a> very fine manner.On Sunday, August 9th/64. we all went to London and held Conference at the Store St. Music Hall and had an excellent time. We all spoke. We took dinner at Bro. Ferguson’s and tea at Bro. Tansell’s.

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Have the Records examined respecting the sealing of Elizabeth Broweth to Daniel on or about the 10th Feb. 1846

A H Baker Omaha City

Tell Bro Heman Hyde to have a dish of potatoes cooked on the night of the 20th for Bro Wm Hyde

<Sarah Elizabeth Lance>

Hy Luke Heber City

Provo Valley Write to her

Bro Philip Smith

the are also well uncertain when he will return; but if any trouble in family write to him at Bridger

Time of the Overland Stage Line – Summer Travel

First Division, 54 hours

Leave Atchison 7 A.M. Arrive at Fort Kearney 1 P.M.

Second Division, 44 hours

Leave Fort Kearney at 2 P.M. Arrive at Julesburg 10 A.M.

Third Division, 34 hours

Leave Julesburg 10.30 A.M. Arrive at Latham 8.30 p.m.

Fourth Division, 44 hours

Leave Latham 9.30 p.m. Arrive North Platte 5.30 p.m

Fifth Division, 44 hours

Leave North Platte 6 p.m. Arrive at Green River 1.30 p.m.

Sixth Division, 40 hours

Leave Green River 2 p.m. Arrive at Great S. L. City 6 A.M.]

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