Joseph Smith resumed his Hebrew studies with Warren Parrish and Frederick G. Williams.
Joseph Smith reconciled differences with his brother William and healed George A. Smith of inflammatory rheumatism.
Joseph Smith attended a feast at Bishop Newel K. Whitney's to which the poor were invited.
Joseph Smith accepted an invitation from Bishop Newel K. Whitney to attend a dinner party similar to the one on January 7 "for the poor and the lame."
In the evening Joseph Smith made a feast for his father's family.
Joseph Smith received several visitors and showed them the Abraham papyri.
Joseph Smith received many visitors and showed them the Abraham papyri.
Joseph Smith tended to his brother Hyrum, who had wounded his arm with an axe.
Joseph Smith spent the afternoon reading and showing the Egyptian records to those who came to call.
Joseph Smith spent the day at home in meditation and prayer.
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