Reverend M. Badger corresponds with the Home Missionary about what he has seen in Nauvoo. He saw Joseph Smith, “in splendid regimentals,” leading a thousand troops of Mormons. He reports that the city has about ten thousand people and that many of them will inevitably suffer because of the lack of cultivation of the land. He mentions the practice of paying tithing. Badger further describes the dimensions of the Nauvoo Temple and the baptismal font. He discusses briefly the practice of baptism for the dead.
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