Mormon History, Thursday, Feb 25, 1847.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] Winter Quarters. Mild weather, snow wasting moderately. Two or three hours about noon. President Young, Kimball, and Bishop Whitney were in council on the affairs of the Battalion at the PresidentÂ's Long House. About 3, Dr. [Richards] called on President Young and gave him a letter signed blank . Â"-------Â" Sister Woodward. Dr. bought of Lorenzo Young, 116 lbs. beef @ 3 cts.= $3.48; 92 lbs. beef @ 2 cts.= $1.84 = $5.34. President Young was in the office about 4 writing a letter, and again about 9. John Scott was in and gave some history of Brother Richards living at the Point.
Brother E. T. Benson called about 7 and again about 9:30 at the post office, and Brothers Young, Benson, and Grant continued conversation till about 12, during which time O. P. Rockwell frequently passed the office in a sleigh with company. Dr. wrote to J. C. Little for President Young, and also to Alexander Badlam, and directions to Thomas Bullock, and closed about 4:30 a.m.

[source: Apostle Willard Richards Journal]
[Apostle Willard Richards Journal]

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