On Wednesday afternoon, September 14, in company with Sister E. R. S. Smith, we left the city, intending to make a tour of a part of Sanpete County. Arriving at Nephi, we were met and warmly welcomed by Sister Amelia [H.] Goldsbrough, who accompanied us to the residence of President [George] Teasdale. After cordial greetings and a delicious supper, we repaired to the meeting house, where it was expected Sister Eliza and her traveling companion would speak to the people. [. . .] The meeting was an interesting one, Sister Eliza occupying a considerable portion of the time.
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