Mormon History, Tuesday, Jun 23, 1846.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] East wind. President Young read a letter to Dr. Bernhisel and signed it. Also, wrote to a few in Nauvoo. Dr. R. [Richards?] wrote to trustees and Stephen Longstroth, sent by Ezra Bickford, who left about 11. a.m. Rain had commenced with strong wind from the east. At 12, Presidents Young, Kimball, and Taylor, at the post office reading newspapers. [In the afternoon] p.m., heavy gale of wind. Two of President Young's tents blew down. At 3, President Young sent Stirling DavisÂ' ponies to him in care of the Presidency at Mt Pisgah, by Orrin Packard and William Fellows. 5 p.m., John F. Green arrived from Mt. Pisgah with Nauvoo mail, 46 letters and packages of papers. Father Smith called at the post office, had an interview with President Young and A. Lyman. Went to Elder Taylor's encampment. Wind continued.

[source: Apostle Willard Richards Journal]

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