On July 2, in the life of Joseph Smith
Kirtland, Ohio. Although the major portion of the inspired translation of the Bible was completed by this date, Joseph Smith continued until his death in 1844 to make modifications while preparing a manuscript for the press.
Liberty, Missouri. Joseph Smith told the brethren of Zion's Camp that they could avoid a second plague of cholera by humbling themselves and covenanting to obey the Lord’s commandments.
Montrose, Iowa. Joseph Smith counseled with and blessed the Twelve Apostles and certain of the Seventies before their missions to Great Britain.
Nauvoo, Illinois. After a hearing on the return of habeas corpus pertaining to Joseph Smith's arrest, the Nauvoo Municipal Court ordered Joseph to be discharged "for want of substance in the warrant . . . as well as upon the merits of the case."
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