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with him 1 took much pleasure in gazing upon the monuments palaces I churches parks and bou levardg of the queen city of the world when A boulevards levardi mien was there before the 1 chaired monument hotel de ville was a charredmontiment to the ravages commune to day of tho cotpmuneto today the finest building in europe crowns the spotma do spot made spytma desolate but a few years ago by an inf urinated mob we hid the plea surm of piea surh pleasure uriated infuriated meeting eldexj A A bunot who lias been trying to induce some of his elder eider J ilas has tryingto countrymen to receive the truth he cried withjoy at meeting us and a silent toreecive elve be with joy toree cive teree eive zear sto letdown witnessing dear stoletdown my own cheek at atwitnessing his anio tion we took him with stoie emotion wo anlo adio teir stole down aay aea us to usto versailles and spent the day inspecting tiie evidences of genius adda tile asto adia the arid aba industry displayed by the sons and daughters of france our hearts ware w6re were wee full as wer three humblesekvantsof the lord moved about amongthe tinseled humble servants of wl movednvout among the naw monuments of a Ae fon ion departed parted empire nnw transformed for a little season into isaason iseason blim ono republic one a shaky tepu bilm ong day in paris and one in versailles satisfiedmy bila vbrsailles satisfiedly satisfied in y my companion and he said he was reldy to hie away16 britannia so bidding bie ble away to ready reidy goodby brother in his labor br other bunot good by and god speed inhis idl boro f love wo sped away we indis 111 of to that land of which englishmen areso proud an&wliiclil1as found so and which has ule uie so abeso aie warm a place in our hearts it was indeed a pleasure to come in sight of the placean placein sch alky hills of dover and to he arthe language our mothers taught us I ich ilky chjkyhi1l3 hear the artho ildon lidon Lo lldon weatteadedtlireefficetinks lofidon solidon we attended three meetings the elders were pleased to see us in loh lolidon idon usin Lof on sunday dn disser brit branches at two of which 1 occupied alloftbeii me differ different ali ail all of the time I 4 have labored earnestly reaching bithe pirks tho brethren here llave laboredrarnestly p r e acbiqgiatbe parica and stree ts the parits streets seed bas a little seedhas taken root and a few heads of thuiripened grain are being has thul thui ripened thel tho the gathered intothe garner bytlie time this reaches you we shall be at the into the by the byllie shali shail tiie tile attile havinga office havingi traveled about four thousand miles held twetit y jburknoeeinp havirip huldtwetity four meetings heia hela anduedraed much abou bith nndilearnelniucliiiboitttli6 habits andciltoiiis oii p eoples 1 return to liy my aboutith coples andcustorosopeoples I tith tiie labora in tile labors inthe office with a more comprehexisiveidea idea of the needs of the miscomprehensive tos catter eai sion the elders everywhere are doing thein best togeatter the thegoodlseba tog efi goodseefi their to eatter goodse efa scatter Put blessings uteg and iiiave nothing putblessings for thedwall hut but chave ihave therwall ali ail th erwall them all ute4 yours 1 jjr I jj4 jolin HENRY JOIIN henryj i SMITH ti jdijnjhenrxsi11t1l ij io a i is I ai ti 11i iv 1i d i Iu i r il yi R ABSTRACT OF coup jl P NDIP 111 j correspondences correspondencej t 0 i ull ltt ij uli hki ahki SKETCH OF ELDER JLEYLANDS lA BOKS SKETCILOF ELDEP leylandslaj30r91 i ender bons laboks labois j ye bad had E ider111pnry leyia tid w ri tin gta president johll H smith fromwarring illonry leylafad elder ill eider ili onry leylatid writing to Leyla fad iii johnm agta frimilvafring ton lanca shire aug 19 1883 says lancashire aup 191883 larca n i rar1 10 nn having received my release from ministerial labor to return to mys mountain ham e nylm6unta in hdm home h6m 1 thy with the withthf4 company 0 saints starting on th 29th it will terbapsbd1nordirtogi V e A perhaps IM in order to give a the 20t h of my brief synopsis ofay labors while in theselands ofmy aorswbilein these lands thes elands I 1 4 left salt lake cit yon the lith of october 3881 and landed at liverpool on the livorpoolon e city on sait I leftsalt ocob 188 acobr 1 30th 1 was assigned by president carrington to the nian chester conference under the both I carringto Aran manchester ic if presidency of elder moroni brown heed allowed to visit relatives previous to com heid e ativesprevious and si opom I 0 obom ng my labors BO I repa jad to my bis t ers wh livajiu fo e cj menclng mencing iyiab6rsso1 repaired bisters sisters wholive1 atthe foot of the derbyshire lla lia vyah1 ire jjd my his e ilva jiU ilu lre der liva
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ver3r hills 1 also visitedothei relatives who all with about one exception treated me very visited other I 10 looked as though I wah was iact mcquain lances acquaintances I iu fact kindly as did many old acquain dances whom 1 found in diact it lo0 kie d asaboug li 1 wax early all sea see ali ail g6fiiio convert the whole neighborhood as they nearlyall came to seo me at my sisters ear lyall gomg gogg to olivet explaining the house ho usg where 1 was stopping and would keep me up most of the night explainingthe I principles of the gospel pne of my old shopmates also opened his houe for meetings shop mates one houefor in cplvs w aspoio flongauration a shipmatesbecame like aU oldhouse to themand 1 song the mand them and n iong 0 on theland u t asl i boon asi bub aias if i t soon b ut alas it as not of long duration gn n acknowledge gh m an y embraced ed nob one has embrace not ona hag embrac the truth as yet although many of them acknowleageour our doctrines no agn e h be to61 scriptural 1 owever some of them proved to be very good friends by assisting me in my travels etc weli weil well I vell 1 labored in the ashton and oldham district between eight and nine months district baptisms during which time there were about twenty baptis in s and re baptisms in that di strict h ome with eider first el der I mit TE git six the girst six months 1 was in company vv ith elder entwistle who had to return home ll wath ae first com pany of saints in 1882 on ac count of ill health in fact 1 hadbo wfth &e account hadto company I had to wl t the he hix he travel tr ed alone the most of the time as hip was so bad in his breathing that many a night ho b fter reath a after he could ooid coid not sleep but would have to walk about the bedroom to get his b reath After ho tynato tanato went home w6thome president M brown expected 1 should have to go to newcastle on tyne to I thee latoi so he accordingly appoint his nephew elder al F brown to go around then ef appointed tha labor so be I district with me but as things were changed a little j 1 did not have his company very 1 long then I had elder john ellis with me about once around the district when we whenwe whence were both changeahe to go to nottingham and 1 to this the liverpool conference 1 changed he I I change he ito d ahe runcorn huncorn over ed traveled with elder tanner for a little oven two months in the wigan and runcprn offer trivel io I being belne district there beine two baptisms in that time then 1 was changed to go to the preston tbeexception aiidbla ckbuin district where 1 have traveled ever since with the exception of visiting and blackburn I 1 enjoyed rny sisters my slae rs about three times since 1 left them 1 can say that I have greatly enjo ed I ican I iny may labors in this district as well as in the others and the lord has raised up friends to nay my I administer to my wants on every hand the lord has greatly blessed me and 1 would andt friends and the cause here take the opportunity to thank all the saints andi frie uds to thecause of truth for I their kindness to me 1 know that god will bless them and 1 feel to bless all such I e 1 I traveled with elder wm willielbr a shorttime in this district but he was Willi for win wlllie lbr short time to and elder eider ande4 lder changed ahn chn kd to go to the bristol conference andea ider jos graham was sent vm accompany wm 19 tanner three iwo togetheretween two m M e we traveled togetheitetween1wo and viree months when elder gain together tetil aget tmtil about in0 th whin and a waln ana was sent to travel with me again an d we have continued tget her uniiiaout a month wa cain lain I again aeo aro when he was changed iain to go to the nottingham conference so 1 finished my ag in aio have lder ider eider e iden hav bors labors with president IV F smith and Elder john A druce 1 haye greatly enjoyed i friendship will out I my associati an with these brethren and 1 hope our acquaintance and friendshipwill association associate 5n ver dle mention I n ever die out and 1 feel to say god bless them all 1 must not forget to mentio the n I ie R and worthy worith y presidents 1 have labored under M brown IV B jones geo parkinson anil I rington carrington er I I W F smith not omitting yourself and apostle A cararington and 1 hope 1 shall ver feet feel grateful to you all for the many kind words of counsel given to me 1 iii well we have baptized and re baptized in this district since I came about twenty on anilthere is a good prospect of more in the near future in fact there are a few one anel there anil and 1 W al ut ready now since you went on the continent president NV F smith and I went about 01 llave ol to the north end olf our district around by lancaster and barrow in furness and have druce opened up that part of the mission again elder dr uce and 1 after president smith I s1 or for looking sheep haci left me found some stray sa ie e p who had been look i ng for an elder from utah fon hail leftme leftie open throu gho ur beveral years and had iund none until we came and through our holding ope air several h ad found ever al m eetings they happened to hear of us as the whole country seemed to be awakened up etin s aaerwe aaeree had been there a few lays many up there are willing to listen to us and days willin gto after we ato Several of the reverend divines came to s e veral verai be see bee m seem to to favorably impressed towards us panic they challenged caule canle oppose us and even threatened us and the sunday before we came away theychalfnged they notified the public andthen me to a apublic discussion 1 ace apted and th y ntiiiedihe public there and then that epted I accepted 1 afig they would furnish the hall come and make the arrangements with me and then let arr abig 6nents we ooea next w them and where th 6 m know when anywhere it W as to come off the ngit day w boea stroll into the hen andwhere i goiri s swints nna 1atives country to visit other plac ea and find some saints an 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nd treated us somltcff her sons and pom relatives of mme 1 who trea e ua very kindly andi gave a m ne some re ives or ame I som t 0 me 0 liar jons V aiso heid cail cali dna heida dha helda StI Mingo invitation & r the elders to call ua ont A ra t6ca upon them standing ifiviltatio n for eiders tacali u4 hem we also held a meeting at dalton andfindlng u reato we a&w invited to redto abw ere inviteiliq come again after which av0 returned to barrow and finding that no an d were cohola to hoid sion kaa hold aixa discussion w6 n discus slon immke ilikuisfo arrangements or ixa make hid oiekad been to imtke the arra ngeij fits f or the discusslon W e concluded bohola anotherI llad rurI awa y S 0 0 n thu rs m comin g meeting before coming away as the people might think we had run1 away so on thurs peopl6mi t same place before but found the day ve n ing we repaired dayevening werepa da k evening cerepa t red to the aa mep ace as 1 to e but16u n d th e salvation army was bame A bep g p lemore service before the close op6i6befoke us and before th a 61 s e of their a c rv ice the captain of the blue ribbon ttfere before l efore afore tilg and as toming the army having seen us coming managed to get in among ilip salvation army andai betin detin eetin upa comeau coU eau colleagues through they soon as tlie3r got throu h he and his coueau es started their meeting and kept it up1 boon him ahat I desired jitime until 9 30 pm in the m ea uitime 1 had handed li lin a note stating that 1 desiredto to eantime I 930 530 301m bid he hid hold hoid a meeting after him if we were not too long as ho had done the same by us on it they e tl e sunday ev6nizig previous instead of courteously giving way in our favor he th sunday evening obr vilify us vilifylis notified the pubfiebf myreqdest andthen commenced to insult and vili fylis as a peo public of my request and then bub valledon bubas talledon cai cal ledon bubat pie and called on another minister to speak who followed in the same strain but as he pl butas tal l okin and opie e ople hidinnouncedour meeting the people began 1ooking for us anif as soon as their meehad announced our abd set now air ibi NOV for for ting closed utah boys I inclos6d they cried out nor jir you utaliboys 1 responded and abi forth how inclosed from language and act ions tr dad dtd lons til tii d the ministers had both by their langu agie alid actions tried to keep the people fro inakcibe arrangements razige hearing us 1 also ix pl affied that they had not come to maki the ar ramige ments for the aim alm I aiso explained then 10 di discussion and stated that 1 would wait until io oclock the next morning for them to W ihm i6iissiori ihu I light pand it t h em miget failed fai so come land if they fal led to do gio the public might know there was no ilg lit in them and one came lack weli we weil iv6 waited until 11 6ol6ck the next day well iva waftedftntil i16c l6ck thextday but no bnecanie 1 homt mountain hoat elatives and i relatives previous t 0 d T am now visiting friends andiejaile6pr evous ito my Ireturn to my mountbarilhomeata vi I h e scenery of 1 ate bufthelbestr e Ilate butthe best remains to bqta buethe pretty ace viewing so m mpre tt y sce chanca 6pr 1haii6bada6bafic66f viw in some i have had a chance of diw I havo a of til the seen yet the valleys oi tii mountains

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norway luly 24th givmg us an account or his experience there since hla of hia ror ay tuly ving A 6141 is eie fie reaching his eee ld bt labor last autumn 11 e says he proceeded at once to make his lavoi he ays bl p rbc ee de d city for authorities W abn s iiiess known to the people and appealed to the axaonffld9& the citylor the privilege v business known1o bn distributing ile he o 61dingmeetiiiqsb u they refused to grant it aie 0 f holding meetings but therrefiisedtogranilt ale however commenced distrilbut ing v we ra vering endea verihg tracts and endeavoring to get the principles of the gospel before the people who were t 66 ts saints true character idso aiso an total ignoianceof of it and also of the trueaaracter of the sa in ts their only sources of iintotal ignorance nd pl lpil 1 0 apil I isstiedfrom beinwthe information being the mendacious stories issued from the press and pulpit to correct s saints saint statemep6 statements some of these statemepts lie wrote an article giving some facts in relation to the sainta 801114 reports if lepor and their bi story and went to the editors of the papers which had published false repor ta thor history 1 I comm corm corn com ile he ofthem efthem publish tailed td induce about the saints but failed to tdinduce any of them to publ ish it after a while lie er ownen of owner ka s suspiclon wa li iouse menced holding meeting in a private douse but suspicion was aroused and the ow n k1 bouse house olding mee tin gg louse fenced thinkling barm thmklng ane house was sumin on ed summoned not think7ing any harm would result from it this man tig tne til en amun& amund that answered all the questions th at were put to him and the result was elder amundsen kro ners aich llor mn kroneis alch vu arrested for preaching and fined 85 kroners which according to the mormon was payl nii custom of payi niv such fines in that country he settled by suffering himself to be payinii paying be haa water hid at6r lodged in five lodi Odin prison forgive days on a diet of bread and w atar not however before he had for rive forfive lodiodin prirohhe iribny borne his testimony to the court officials while in prison he spent most of his time in b6iiieli s tentif sribny io bours houri wiig fasting askililg fskiwilg and prayer and the jailor would come and spend hours at a time listening to heid ile lle heia bela he him hi explain the principles of the gospel since then lie has held several meetings in the heia hela in llah liah hd out door country districts and the first outdoor meetings he thinks that have been held iii bergen norway there sias been no missionary work done in teigen before for thirty years j slas has teiten N orwin mi orwiy did irse 5 dispersed ais chl4i 11 church bathed previous totham there were two families there in the chloi A bathey were ald P arsed by bub they but to that 2 tothat imre aliday iri the fhil ail all day in fhe maytravbl tlr6ppositiozi adsen amundsen sa Ys A person may travel here allday lil thui th e opposition elder amundsen says &r hard bread clabber milk n country and it is a hard matter to get a little cibbie mi and some poor har d breid a j t7tw6 old the people 66 ly bake about once a yean even by paying for it ana we fon and y year ion eo le only ye r or two year appy weli fiig in hay w e11 I haye privilegeofale 7 iiiglil i have the privilege of sleepinglii the h siy Well 1 am happy
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fq11ow8 i fpllpws i V iniiri fl lri 4 r company vith wriafiytofitheli lil Lor donI hiie hile JiWhile iwas in Lon idonI enjoyed myself splendidly in companyiwith bolnariy oflthea bondoni loridoni londoni donl witha valis saintani the spirit wwi capre vails ther Sain tai Th vailsther e chpre valls eldeniand saintai thespirit shich prevails there it agreeable compared with1 litah elders and saintsi whe espirit which prevailsthere is agree ablo comparedwithil tal utah elderd tsi onal and tha meetin out uollarid and cheout door darud what we have in Hollan aud ithe outdoor meetings alid the meeting houses 0 wi a L aarud hollandarid theout darid onai icariy and gladness I call carl i cali fill to fili any aro sunday sowell filledja re enough tofillany bodys heartwith joy andgladness 1cario weli edva weil filled are S soday BO well fill edjA tofil lany blodys heart with dealrf beald I say my little stay in london did me a great deal of good and 1 learned a great deald joun foun four while there 1 left london about seven weeks ago and since 1 have been back jour added to more new members have been addedto the church 1 have translated elder john morI 1 e biad atoe are atie 1ad1000 gans tract no 1 into the dutch language I jiad 1000 copies printed and they aloe now ihope amon iho in circulation among the dutch sinners chope pe some good will result there are prosj ind r forward ina requiring f6i and pects of a few more people coming fai w ard ana quiring baptism the saints here in holland as far as 1 know are well both bodily and spiritually and they do everything I in their power to promulgate the gospel we had a very nice time in a place called placy forus Here ween I was there distributing tracts and the lord opened a place for us where hcreween hereween 1 heredeen nights ghis 1 we could hold meetings I rented a nice hall for four shillings and had it for two ni ghib bapdbills pintedstatingthat had also 1000 handbills printed stating that missionaries from utah america would hand bills preach and with the assistance of two local brethren distributed1 them there was not bad 4 warning the people werer que house in that town ofov6r 900 families but what had a warn ing of oue one townof over and whenever having mormons haying cormons Mor M ons yery very much excited over hayingmor mons in their town andwbenever 1 showed myself 1 J threate ned in the street whichwasquite oftenriwas called at and even threatened brother 11 jl which wasfiuite often 1 was I hail hali ball greningen Gro ningen lammers came from groningen and we held meeting the hall being filled with about Lamm ero lammere brother lamaere woula two hundred people who sometimes would make a little disturbance brotherlamm erp this tfieui spoke first spokefirst and then 1 we both bore a strong testimony about thig work and that JosephSmith josephsmith was a prophet of god after the meeting was over the people were a not of little unruly but ngi oi any consequence A few questions were asked which were erq m answered t lami era lammert tae nex t nigh inswered by brother lammerq the next night we held another meeting and there lammons occup led lammors occue tho wilb more people present han ow jhn previous night brother lammprs occupied all the wero were ban on jho ou tandl theotime thditlime theitime A few little books were sold and the people departed wo went out andl thel thei time bud were followed by about two hundred6r niore people mostly toughs but the hand of the t roughsbut hundreder diore hundredormore houril bouril bad twer lord was over us and a policeman went with us we had to walk about half an hour li iwer I threat enin to the boue threatenin houe and the crowd followed us up toztbb house but after yelling and threatening they 1 separated and departed it being about 11 30 pm they knocked one bf the local breth V 1130 we had praise God ren down twice but did not hurt him we rejoiced and felt to praisegod that wehadi edeh a good opportunity to bear our testimony although satan was there trying to do allsu ch sdeh in his power to make a disturbance when 1 saw brother P J lammers last he was I proglaim prop pr9plaim proplaim ypil and like me glad to proplasm the gospel and go forth to do that which the lord weil weli well todo require ki fr am know in the great city of amsterdam is very busy on account of the ex now you hibi tion which is very beautiful and there is a great deal of money spent here if y6ii1 hibition aa cocu co7u 1a look here and see the hotels and cafes and beer saloons you would wonder hov how ho v could ankbeer prom what 1 can see 1 think there they all live but they aye making the waa modie w6a mone krom most mono from irom I I are ate y empio are pretty dark times ahead for netherland thousands of workmen are out of employ timo dischn discharge ment LA at S f am alies ilies niehl last saturday night two hundred men all heads of families got their discan rge ed 4t dundr hundr 1 I and hundreds oi others are liable to be discharged yet holland is also very unlucky in wbilet building war ships last year a beautiful monitor called the adder was upset ahila T upsel whila adde r idde making her trial trip and about 100 people were drowned another ship just built waar 0 peo pie turned over while being launched and about 70 people mostly rich I were drowned A w ere f ne eine fine few weeks ago a very fene man of war which would be ready in about two weeks and iose lose takentwoi year takentwo yean yearstime to build was which had taken tWo years timetobuildwas burned down in two hours loss 3500000 stime buildwas slong lons baying processions professions process siong sions proce ions guil ders guilders the socialists are working here considerably they are having procesiong builders cons14ra bly governmet the liberals through the streets and using horrible language against the government govern met
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