<2 *> Tuesday 2d. I was at & about home through the day & evenig. Except riding out a few miles to meet the Kirtland Camp. & escort them into the , I was accompanid by my brother , & .—
<Camp. Arrived at .> <2> 2— Tuesday 2 volunteers were called for to drive the herd, when A. P, Tyler & Aroet Hale, offerd their services with a grace becoming riper years, for they were young, and this is recorded of them as a memorial to their praise. & an encouragemnt to others. The camp passed on towa[r]ds , and I went. in co[mpany] with . , , & .— met there some miles out & escorted them into the city, where they encamped on the public square, directly south & close by the cellar for the , whenit shall be built. Here Fr[i]ends greeted frinds in the name of the Lord. at furnished a Beef for the Camp. provided a supper for the Sick, and the brethren were provided for them like men of God, for they were hungry having eat but little for several days. and had travelld 11 mi this day. 866 mi from the way they <camp> travelld.
The mob pressed harder upon , & fired upon then <Saints> <*>
<Camp.—> <3> Wednesday 3d. The camp continud their Journey to Ambrosial Creek, where they pitched their tents. I went with them, a mile or two, to a beautiful spring on the prairie accompanid by , & , with whom I retund [returned] from thenc[e] to Far the , while where I spent the remainder of the day. <Sister Alice [Hodgin] # (see Millen. Star p. 205) manifest>
Gen At The mob continud to fire upon the brethn at .— wrote the that he had “<Just> recivd <a comminicatin> by express from ; that in Carroll county the citizens are in arms to drive for the purpose of drivig [driving] the Mormons f[r]om that County.” The following is an extract from the <> Express, to “Dear Sir # (seee Doc p. 35) 3d Div”.