<camp.—> This day the camp passed though Cambridgeville, Dublin, Louisville Ogdenville, Ragsville, Knightsville, and encamped in Franklin Township. where they found it difficullt to get grain, the peoplee being disposd to take advantage of them— 22 mi— 332 from .
<2> <Sunday 2d.> Camp passed through Charlottsville, Portland, Jackson, Greenfield and pitched tents near the bridge in Jones township. Bro Merriam’s child died at centre Township. This P.M a miserable <molicious> drunken Stage driver ran his horses aside out of their course and struck the fore wheel of one of the camp waggons and stove it in pieces, and then drove off. exu[l]ting in his mischief. The Stage was marked J. P. VOORHEES. Travelled 21 mi.—
The attended meeting as usual in the morning. I tarried at home in the P.M. to examine the church Records, but <and> spent a considerable partion of the time in co[mpany] with a gentlman <Report of Mobs.> from who (see G. [JS, Journal] p 77 O— & part of 78) at .
<camp.> This morning Elder Willey’s wife died, after the camp. burial the camp passd cumberland village & Indeanapolis, the capital of . where they were threatend, but passed unmolested. with the exception one brick bat which was hurled at one of the brethren, but passd him unharmed, and encamped in Wayne Township near the house of Bro David R. Miller. 17. mi. 370 fom .
<4> Tuesday 4th. camp passed Bridge port, Plainfield, Guilford, Bellville, Stilesville in Morgan Co. to Marion Township in Putnam Co.— This morning the presidency of the Camp exhortd the brethrn to humble themslves before the Lord or prepare to abide the consequences and put away selfishness, covetousness. complainings and murmurings or else expect to meet the indignation of heaven. Travelled 22 mi. had an excellent encampment & plenty of Dry wood.—
This day was spent in * (see page 78 & 79) of . I was at home in the evening.— after 6 oclock.