0228The Twelve selected and ordained § Twelve and Seventy § organized. First mission of the Twelve §. Evangelical order §. Joseph knocks down brother-in-law §. Doctrine
and Covenants authorized for publication §. Leaders salaries §. Oliver blesses Joseph: more Nephite records, patriarchal priesthood § War department § Twelve to move to Zion §.
Burdensome debts §. Twelve v. Samuel Smith §. First Vision §. Begins marrying couples contrary to state law §. First account of First Vision §. First washing of the feet of the Twelve §. Second account of First Vision §. Orson
Hyde v. William §. Egyptian mummies and
scrolls §. Egyptian grammar §. Fights William Smith §. Almon
Babbitt "traduces" Joseph's character §. William charged §.
David Whitmer, Martin
Harris, and Oliver Cowdery meet with members of Zion's Camp. The Three Witnesses select
twelve men to be apostles: Lyman E. Johnson,
Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball,
Orson Hyde, David W. Patten (h),
Luke S. Johnson,
William E. McLellin, John F.
Boynton (h), Orson
B. Marsh (h), and Parley P. Pratt
The Three Witnesses bless Whitmer, Harris, and Cowdery.
of February 14, 1835
of February 15, 1835
Egging of Parley P. Pratt
of September 26, 1835
Joseph works on
the Egyptian alphabet with Oliver Cowdery and W.
W. Phelps. "The system
of astronomy was unfolded."
of October 5, 1835; Diary-2 in PWJS, 8889.
of November 1213, 1835
Minutes of July 7, 1834
Elder [Martin] Harris also
returned this morning from Palmyra N. York … also Sister Harriet
How[e] called to pay us a visit … Samuel Brannan came to my house,
much afflicted with a swelling on his left arm, which was occasioned by
a bruise on his elbow, we had been called to pray for him and anoint him
with oil, but his faith was not sufficient to effect a cure, and my wife
prepared a poultice of herbs and applyed to it and he tarryed with me over
Johnson charges William Smith with "unchristianlike
conduct in speaking disrespectfully of President Joseph Smith Junr.
and the revelations &
commandments given through him," and "attempting to inflict
personal violence on President J. Smith Junr."