Mormon History, Aug 2, 1849

At a special conference in the Bowery on Temple Square, Hosea Stout and two companions are called to go to China. They arrived in Hong Kong in Apr 1853. They become ill from the oppressive heat and the unusual food. Their message falls on deaf ears. There is no response other than ridicule. In four months they return home.

[source: On This Day in Mormon History,, based on Michael Quinn's Mormon Hierarchy vols 1 & 2]

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