Mormon History, Sunday, Jun 30, 1846.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] Mosquito. Presidents Young, Kimball, and Richards moved their families on the flats near their old encampment. George A. Smith, A. Lyman, and O. Pratt began to move. Shower about 1 p.m., which hindered the movement. Evening, Brothers Grover and Lewis at headquarters. Informed the council Captain Allen of the U. S. Army had arrived on the hill and wanted volunteers; had agreed to counsel in the morning at 10 with Young, Kimball, Richards, etc., in O. Pratt's tent. Agreed it was best to meet them in the morning and raise the men wanted. Adjourned about 10½ [10:30] and went to bed.

[source: Apostle Willard Richards Journal]

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