Joseph and Emma Smith's son Don Carlos died at fourteen months and two days old.
On account of the death of his son Don Carlos, Joseph Smith was absent from the morning session of a special conference of the Church.
Joseph Smith's clerk Robert B. Thompson died.
Joseph Smith's nephew Hyrum Smith, son of Hyrum and Jerusha, died at the age of seven.
Joseph Smith began unpacking and sorting the dry goods for his Red Brick Store on the corner of Granger and Water Streets.
Joseph Smith received the first supply of groceries for his store in thirteen wagonloads that had been detained in St. Louis, Missouri.
Joseph Smith attended the marriage of William Moore Allred and Orissa Angelia Bates in the house of Elder Orson Pratt.
Joseph Smith's clerk Willard Richards commenced boarding with him.
Joseph Smith''s history records: "I read the Book of Mormon, transacted a variety of business in the store and city, and spent the evening in the office with Elders John Taylor and Willard Richards interpreting dreams."
Joseph Smith attended to business, put carpet on the floor of his office, and spent the evening in council.
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