Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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property, lands, horses, cattle &c, & flour,  corn wheat &c. the grain can be grou[n]d at  this mill. If you can get hands onto the  house it will give such an impetus  to the work, it will never stop till it  is completed. Let the twelve keep together.  you will do more good to keep together, not  travel together. but. meet in conference  alternately from place to— place & associate  together, & not be fou[n]d more than 200  miles apart— Thus travel from  here till they make a perfect highway  from for the Saints, from here to maine.
It is better for you to be togethe[r]. for it is  difficult for a man to have strength of Lungs  & health to be instant in season & out of  season.— under all circumstances & you can [p. [160]]
property, lands, horses, cattle &c, & flour, corn wheat &c. the grain can be ground at this mill. If you can get hands onto the house it will give such an impetus to the work, it will never stop till it is completed. Let the twelve keep together. you will do more good to keep together, not travel together. but. meet in conference alternately from place to— place & associate together, & not be found more than 200 miles apart— Thus travel from here till they make a perfect highway for the Saints, from here to maine.
It is better for you to be together. for it is difficult for a man to have strength of Lungs & health to be instant in season & out of season.— under all circumstances & you can [p. [160]]
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