Mormon History, Mar 28, 1847

[Hosea Stout Diary] Sunday March the 28th 1847. The weather still beautiful clear & warm like summer.
There was meeting today at the stand[.] In the forenoon the Twelve spoke to the congregation & the afternoon different ones spoke; but nothing of very particular importance was discussed except warning the people against those who may rise up and try to lead off parties
This every one who spoke I believe was one thing which they bore with the greatest wait on their minds.
I was very feeble today[.] In the evening I went to the Council as usual but there was not anything up of importance.

[source: Diaries of Hosea Stout]

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