On March 27, in the life of Joseph Smith
Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith dedicated the Kirtland Temple, and the prayer was later published as Doctrine and Covenants 109.
Near Painesville, Ohio. Joseph Smith traveled to Springfield, Pennsylvania, where he found Sidney Rigdon, then continued his homeward journey, stopping sixteen miles east of Painesville, Ohio.
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith witnessed the landing of Latter-day Saint immigrants from England on the steamboat Ariel and performed ordinances for 107 individuals after speaking on baptism for the dead.
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith dictated a letter to Sidney Rigdon expressing suspicions of Elder Rigdon's involvement with those working against the Church.
Palmyra, New York. Joseph Smith Sr. v. Hurlbut: Joseph Smith Sr. and Alvin Smith executed a promissory note to pay Jeremiah Hurlbut $65.00 in grain for the purchase of two horses.
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