<23> Sunday 23d. I attend meeting both morning & evening & A M. & P M and was at home in the evening.—
<Camp> The funds of the camp were nearly exhausted, & the counsel was to proceed on their journy, and passing encamped 2 miles west of <22 miles.> Some disorder in the movement of the teams, & some murmurings; Satan is trying to divide & destroy.— Elder Carter had to return 9 mi after his horses, & with great difficulty the herd was kept together. and Bro Gaylord broke a waggon wheel & was badly hurt.
<24> Monday 24th. They were hailed in and asked where they were driving the cattle to? Towards the Rocky Mountains. Well you are going into trouble. One [illegible] [John D.] Tyler replied, we have been in that place before & know how to take it. They The people growled & grumbled like wolves.
<24> Monday 24th. The camp was called together and the council infomed them of their scanty means, and that there had been a delinquncy in conscerating their monies & goods according to the pattern; that the council had hired large sums of money, for which they were bound, <and were liable to imprisonmet in case of failure, to pay> & must wait on the brethrn for their pay, and these Sums had been expended for the benefit of the camp. They were requir[e]d to bring forward their goods, which they did. & & went forward with the commissaries waggon to sell them. The camp went on. & passing though Madisonville, (where they were assailed with all kinds of Bug-bear stories about the Mormons, war, &c) tented on the west side of the N. Bank of Salt river, on the encampment that Elder had left on Saturday with his canada camp. The breth[re]n were told that the was just a head with a milit[a]ry force to stop them, to which they gave no heed.
I was at home until 1/2 past 8 ocklock A M. when I rode out on horseback, and returnd about 5 in the P.M.
<Troops disbanded> The having heard that peace had been restord in & orderd Gens. . Crowthier, Lewis & Bolton to discharg their troops, The order was dated at Jonesborough.