LDS History, 5 Oct. 1833

-- 5 Oct. 1833
[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph Jr., Sidney Rigdon, and Freeman Nickerson leave Kirtland on a mission to Upper Canada. (1)

-- 1833 Oct 5
[Lucy Mack Smith] Joseph Jr. leaves on proselyting mission to Canada. (2)

-- October 10, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Construction on the Kirtland Temple was discontinued until early spring due to lack of materials. (3)

-- October 12, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Perrysburg, New York. While at Freeman Nickersons, Joseph Smith received Doctrine & Covenants 100, a revelation concerning his and Sidney Rigdons missionary labors. (3)

-- October 12 1833
[Revelations] Perrysburg, New York. Doctrine and Covenants 100. Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon are on their way to Mount Pleasant, Upper Canada (Ontario), with Freeman Nickerson. Their families are well. The spirit will give them what they need to say at the moment it is needed. Sidney is to be Joseph's spokesman and scriptorian, Joseph is to be his revelator. Zion will be redeemed, the Lord will raise up a pure people.
Joseph's 1832-1834 diary entry, in Sidney's hand: "came Saturday the 12th [to] the house of father Nicke[r]son. " Then, in Joseph's hand, "I feel very well in my mind the Lord is with us but have much anxiety about my family &c;-".
Newel K. Whitney manuscript heading: Prereysburg Chatoegua Co N York Saturday October 12th 1833. [Perrysburg is and always has been in Cattaraugus, not Chautauqua county. ].
1835 Doctrine and Covenants 94 heading: Revelation given in Perrysburgh, N. Y. to Joseph Smith jr. and Sidney Rigdon, October, 1833. (4)

-- October 15, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Lodi, New York. Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon were refused entrance to preach in a Presbyterian meetinghouse. (3)

-- October 18, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Mount Pleasant, Upper Canada. Joseph Smith, Sidney Rigdon, and Freeman Nickerson arrived at the house of Eleazer Freeman Nickerson. (3)

-- 19 Oct. 1833
[Lucy Mack Smith] Governor Dunklin of Missouri rejects a petition from Orson Hyde and W. W. Phelps. (1)

-- October 20, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Brantford, Upper Canada. Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon preached in the morning and evening to attentive congregations. (3)

-- October 23, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Colburn, Upper Canada. At a candlelight meeting, Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon were challenged by a Wesleyan Methodist who exhibited a great lack of reason, knowledge, and wisdom, and gave [them] no opportunity to reply. (3)

-- October 24, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Mount Pleasant, Upper Canada. When Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon returned from preaching in Waterford, Eleazer Freeman Nickerson and his wife declared their belief in the work, and offered themselves for baptism. (3)

-- October 27, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Mount Pleasant, Upper Canada. Joseph Smith had great success while preaching in Mount Pleasant; 12 people requested baptism and others desired another meeting for the next day. (3)

-- October 28, 1833
[Joseph Smith] Mount Pleasant, Upper Canada. Joseph Smith held another meeting and confirmed 14 people who had been baptized in the previous two days. (3)

1 - Lucy's Book: A Critical Edition of Lucy Mack Smith's Family Memoir, Edited by Lavina Fielding Anderson, 2001, Signature Books
2 - History of Joseph Smith by His Mother: Revised and Enhanced by Scot Facer Proctor Maurine Jensen Proctor
3 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
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