Mormon History, Friday, Mar 26, 1847.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] Pleasant day, scarce a breath of wind. Meeting at the stand. Present: H. C. Kimball, B. Young, W. Richards, W. Woodruff, O. Pratt, G. A. Smith, E. T. Benson, A. Lyman. See minutes reported by T. B. [Thomas Bullock]. Adjourned at 10 minutes to 1 to Dr.Â's office. Read over the epistle to the Saints at Winter Quarters. Conversed about George Miller, then went to the stand again (see T. B.Â's minutes). At sundown, Presidents Young, Kimball, Richards, Lyman, Pratt, Benson, Woodruff, and Smith, also T. B. [Thomas Bullock], N. K. Whitney, A. P. Rockwood, G. D. Grant, John Eldridge, Edson Whippple, Ames, William McCarry (the Indian) and his wife (see T. B.Â's report of conversation). Adjourned about 11 p.m.

[source: Apostle Willard Richards Journal]

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