property allotted to him for sale, one man might sell the same lot which had already been sold by another. He believes there will be many coming here to buy and thinks four or five men would be sufficient to send abroad.
The replied that no man would be permitted to make sales abroad but to represent the property for sale, and those who buy, will have to come here to buy. We shall send twenty Elders to just as soon as we can give them their endowment and we shall stop the immegration from that country to this place. The brethren can go from and double Cape Horn any time, and if they have a mind to they can have a company in by the time we get there. [p. ]