Mormon History, Monday, Jun 22, 1846.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] Mosquito. Council wrote William Huntington and council to send on the tents, also the general news of the day by Solomon Chamberlain, also to Brother Woodruff to come on. President Young rode in his carriage to Mr. Wick's at the saw mill, calling by the way at Brother Van CottÂ's and taking with him Drs. Levi and Willard Richards and Joseph Scofield to drive. Purchased boards, returned home by the prairie or flats of the river, took tea at Brother Van CottÂ's, and arrived home about sunset. President Young spent the evening in the post office, and Dr. Richards wrote to Dr. Bernhisel. Closed at 12. Strong east wind all day. Martha, wife of Seely Reaves, was delivered of a son James Seely, 12½ [12:30] p.m. Reported by M. [Patty?] Sessions.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal]

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