Speaking in Tongues -- insert

The next several items were brought to my attention after compiling this chronology. They are inserted here, out of chronological order. The regular chronology will resume once these items have been posted. (1)

-- Jan 20, 1833
[Hyrum Smith Journals] I Hyrum Smith BaptiseD two in to the visiBle Church of Christ in <the> Beautiful waters of Kirtland the S[c]hool of Christ Began in Kirtland myself Spa[ke] with tounges anD many others ... (2)

-- April 6th, 1830
The Holy Ghost was poured out upon the whole community . . . in a miraculous manner.... Some prophecied, [sic] many spoke with new tongues, and some . . . of our number were . . . completely overpowered for a time, that we were obliged to lay them upon beds &c &c, and when bodily sensibility was restored to them they shouted Hosanas to God and the LambĂ‚—& declared that the Heavens had been opened unto them . . . that they had seen Jesus Christ sitting at the right hand of the Majesty on high, and many great and glorious things. [Dean C. Jessee, ed., The Papers of Joseph Smith. Volume 1: Autobiographical and Historical Writings (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co., 1989), 243. When the editors of the history moved this passage to its proper place, the reference to "new tongues" was dropped] (3)

-- 5 November 1830, John Murdock reported that upon being baptized, "the spirit of the Lord sensibly attended the ministration, and I came out of the water rejoicing and singing praises to God [possibly singing in tongues] and the Lamb." [John Murdock, "Autobiography," 12, 15, 16]

-- 1831
Campbellite Josiah Jones reported in 1831 that Lyman Wight "sung a song which no one ever heard before, and which they said was the most melodious that they ever listened to. It was sung in another tongue." [Letter to the Editor, The Evangelist, June 1841. The letter, although published in 1841, is dated "Kirtland, 1831."] (3)

1 - editorial note
2 - Hyrum Smith Journals 1832-1833, Hyrum Smith Papers, L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Preliminary Transcription by H. Michael Marquardt
3 - Dan Vogel and Scott C. Dunn, '"The Tongue of Angels": Glossolalia among Mormonism's Founders,' Journal of Mormon History Vol. 19, No. 2, 1993

LDS History Chronology: Speaking in Tongues

Mormon History Timeline: the gift of Tongues