Brigham Young in his letter to his wife, Mary Ann Young.

I am desposed to wright you a vision in this or som other letter <that> I shall send.  it is concerning David W. Patten's minestry in the world whare he has gon.  it gives my hart joy inexspersable.

I will now give you the vision [insertion from top of letter] Sister Booth sayes she heard a voice saying she must goe to Paridice, then she was cared away in the vision.

AI Ann Booth, Wife of Robert Booth of the Town of Manchster, England, had the following vision of the 12 day of march in the year of our Lord one thousand and forty <1840>.  Being caried away in a vision to the Place of departed spirits I saw 12 Prisons, one abova nother, verry large, and builded of soled stone. on ariveing at the <dore of the> upermost Prision I behe[l]d one of the 12 apostles of the Lamb who had been martered in America, standing at the dore of the Prison holding a key in his hand with which he opned unlocked the dore and went in and I fol[low]ed him. he appeard to be of a large sise, thick set, darke hare, darke eyes, and eyebrows of a smiling count[e]nan[c]e, and on <his> had was a crown of gold or somthing brighter. he was dresed in a long, white robe, with the sleves plated from the sholder down to the hand.  upon his brest ware fore [four] stares [stars] apparently like gold <or briter> and a golden girdle about his Loins.  his feet was bare from above the Ancles down<w>ard and his hands were also bare.  as he entred the prison he seemed to stand about 3 feet from the floor (which was of Marble) as if the place was not worthy for him to stand upon. a verry brilient and glorie<u>s light surounded him, while the res[t] of the prison was dark. but his light was peculiar to him self and did not reflect upon others who was in the prison who ware surounded with a gloom of darkness. on the right hand of the dore stood Jhon Wesley, who on seing the glories personage, rased his hands and shouted >glory, honer, praise, and Power be ascribed unto God and the Lamb forever and ever. Deliverance has Com.  the Apostle then commecd to preach the Baptism of repentence for the remision of sins and the gift of the Holy Gost by the laing of hands when the hundreds of prisners gave a shout with aloud voice saying >Glory be to God for ever and ever=.  the marble floor was then removed and a River of watter clere as Cristall seemed to f[l]ow in it place.  the Apostle then called to John Wesley by name who came fawrd quickley and both went down in to [fold in paper worn, obscuring the text] and the Apostle Baptized him and coming up out of the water he lade his hands upon him for the gift of the Holy Gost, at the same time ordaining him to the Preasthood of Aaron.  the Apostle then retired to the place ware he first stod and John Wesley then proseded to Baptize a man by the [name] of Kilbham and next John Madison and Wm. Scott and John Tongue <who> ware Methodest Prachers with whome I had ben a quanted personly.  the next he Baptized was my grand father Edmond Whitehead. the next was my unkel Johon [John] Whitehead and the next was my sister Elizabath Oland, the <next> was Joseph Lancashere. next Samuel Robinson Robinson and the next was my own Mother.  all these had lived and died Methodest and I had had ben personly aquanted with them all. and after this he Baptized all the Prisoners amounting to menny hundreds. after they ware all Baptized, the Apostle Lade his hands on them all and confermed them. then instantly the Darkeness dispersed and they ware all surrounded and envellopd in a Brilint light, such as suround=d the Apostle at the first. and they all lifted up theyr voices with one accord giving glory to God for deliverence.  My gra<n>d fatheer then came to me and Blest me saying >the Lord bless [you] forever and ever. art thou com to see us deliverd?  my mother then came to me and clasped me in hir arms and kissed me three times and said >the Lord Almightly Bless the for ever and evere.=  I then awoke out of my vision and felt so happy and rejoiced that I could not lay in bed.  I awaked my husben.  we got up.  I then tooke the Bible [and] opened it to 3 different places: first to Isah 24, Chap. 22 v. the next was John C. 1, v.5.  the third time I opned [the] bible was <first> Peater 3 C. 18, 19, 20 ver.  not being aquanted with these texts of Cripture and opening to each of them provedencily, I was asstonished beyend measure.  I would futher state that at the time I had the vission I had never hered of the deth of David Patten whome I have sence lerned was one of the twelve Apostles of the Later day saynts in America and was martered in the late percution in the fall of 1838. but in <the> vision I knew that it was an Apostle who had ben slain in America.  I here by sollemly testfy that I actually saw and hered in the vision what I have related and I give my name and set my seal in witness to same, well know[ing] that I must stand before the Judment seet of Christ and ancer to this testmony, amen & amen. (Missionary Letters of Brigham Young to his wife; BYU Studies Vol 38 No. 22 1999; pgs. 178-81)

Footnote pg. 196 no. 83 >Ann Eastwood Booth (1793-?) And Robert Booth (1793-1846) were married in Manchester, England in 1817. They had joined the Church as the result of William Clayton=s missionary work. See James B. Allen, Trials of Discipleship; 1987. Wilford Woodruff may have become aware of Booth=s vision from Brigham Young thee day after Woodruff=s arrival in Manchester, England. Woodruff was sufficiently impressed with the vision that he too copied Ann Booth=s account in his journal on July 2, 1840. His entry for that day reads, >I was informed of a remarkable vision of Sister Ann Booth which I have written on the following page.= the text of the vision, very similar to that found Young=s letter, followed. Wilford Woodruff, Journal, July 2, 1840, LDS Church Archives.

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