Mormon History, Sunday, Mar 28, 1847.

[Apostle Willard Richards Journal] Pleasant morning, slight breeze from the south. At 10 a.m., at the ringing of the bell, the Saints met at the stand. Presidents B. Young, O. Pratt, E. T. Benson, H. C. Kimball, W. Richards, A. Lyman, W. Woodruff, G. A. Smith, John Smith, and others on the stand. H. C. Kimball and E. T. Benson speakers (see T. B.Â's [Thomas Bullock's] minutes). Dismissed at 20 minutes to 1.
Dr. [Richards], President Young, and others adjourned to the Dr.Â's office. In the p.m. [afternoon], the Saints again met at the stand. All the brethren of the Twelve present. The sacrament was administered. W. Woodruff, G. A. Smith, A. Lyman, O. Pratt, W. Richards, W. W. Phelps, B. Young, and I. Morley speakers (see T. B.Â's [Thomas Bullock's] minutes).
High council met in the council house at 6 p.m. and conversed about the stray herd and herdsmen of cattle. Continued in council until about 9 p.m. The Twelve were at the Dr.Â's office after the high council, and continued in council until 10 oÂ'clock. Dr. [Richards] afterwards sat up writing until quarter to 3 next morning (29th). The brethren commenced fixing.

[source: Apostle Willard Richards Journal]

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