Mormon History, May 30, 1848

[Brigham Young Sermon] President Young gave some general instructions about observing order in the camp; he told them not to abuse their cattle, but to take care of them; not to make noises or be up at nights; but to attend to prayers and go to bed at nine o'clock and put out the fires. He said it was best to tie up the cattle outside of the corral and the horses inside. Dogs should be tied up or shot; sheep should be taken care of, etc. [Brigham Young, the man and his work 118]

[source: Elden J. Watson, ed. Brigham Young Addresses, 1801-1877: A Chronological Compilation of Known Addresses of the Prophet Brigham Young, 6 vols. (Salt Lake City: Privately published, 1971)]

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