Supper with Sarah. She washed my feet. She had a dream last night something like this. She thought a man brought a young man before her and said he was to be her companion. Wh[ich] I had told her was not true &c. about eternity and he said we were of different dispositions. She was troubled and thought in her own mind she would not be in a hurry &c. [five lines crossed out]. She gave me a new pair of slender shoes.
[Joseph Smith would later encourage Clayton to plurally marry Crooks]
[George D. Smith, An Intimate Chronicle; The Journals of William Clayton, Signature Books in association with Smith Research Associates, Salt Lake City, 1995, http://amzn.to/william-clayton]