On December 7, in the life of Joseph Smith
Washington, D.C. Joseph Smith consulted with the Illinois delegation about how to get the Church’s petition for redress brought before Congress.
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith dictated a letter to Nehemiah Browning and Orville H. Bushnell, law partners who were attempting to collect debts for some of Joseph's Kirtland creditors.
Fayette, New York. Joseph Smith received Doctrine and Covenants 35, a revelation calling Sidney Rigdon to be the Prophet's scribe for the translation of the Bible.
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