Today in Mormon History - Jul 25

Algernon Sidney Gilbert: Arrived in Independence with wife about 25 July 1831. While in Missouri, appointed by revelation to locate in Jackson County and serve as bishops agent. (1)
-- 180 years ago today - Jul 25, 1831

[Abraham H. Cannon Journal] A Catholic nun is converted and baptized in Nurnberg. (2)
-- 130 years ago today - July 25th 1881

Brigham Young's office journal states: "Pres[ident] Young had some conversation with his Br. Joseph about the form and principles of a Republican Government. The President remarked in a republican government the people have a right to interfere when the Officers of the Government are taking a wrong course; he also remarked that [Joseph] Morris the crazy prophet would give fight to this people if his numbers were strong enough." (3)
-- 150 years ago today - Jul 25, 1861

1 - Cook, Lyndon W., The Revelations of the Prophet Joseph Smith: A Historical and Biographical Commentary of the Doctrine and Covenants, Seventy's Mission Bookstore, Provo UT, 1985,
2 - Abraham H. Cannon Journal Excerpts,
3 - On This Day in Mormon History,

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