Mormon History, Mar 21, 1847

[Hosea Stout Diary] Sunday March 21st 1847. Warm south wind. There was a public meeting at the stand today. Brigham spoke on the necessity of keeping the spirit of the Lord and related his vision.
Went to the Council at six. Horace S. Eldrige, the Marshall, was put in assessor and collector of the residue of the police tax in the place of Br J. C. Wright and the subject of the police spoken of but not to the purpose. After council I staid with the guard till about 12 and then came home.

[source: Diaries of Hosea Stout]

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