January 1, 1868 to June 24, 1868. This is a journal of Cluff's mission to Scotland. Cluff describes traveling to visit members, holding public meetings, and keeping Church records. He is counseled by Franklin Richards to encourage immigration to Utah, after which most of the diary focuses on preparing members for America. This push for immigration causes many of the Saints to become overzealous and Cluff is forced to caution the Saints about being over-sure of their immigration status. He sails with a group of Saints to Liverpool. Cluff boards the ship and describes the instructions given to the Saints upon boarding. He disembarks, and returns to Glasgow. He receives a release from his mission and gives a brief summary of his mission and his testimony of the Gospel. Cluff notes his personal preparations to leave and boarding the ship. He provides the instructions he gave to members of the Church upon boarding, as he had been appointed president of the company. In the final entry, Cluff summarizes the journey from Glasgow to Quebec, Canada and names those in his company.