Ship Captains always felt safest if what was on board?
a. The Book of Mormon
b. The Liahona
c. Latter-day Saints
d. At least one sailor named Nephi
c. John Taylor
A young man, twenty-year-old John Taylor (not the future President of the Church), risked his life by reaching between the logs of the print shop to retrieve a few sheets, and he also miraculously escaped from the mob as they tried to stone him.
Gerry Avant, “Books History: A tale of Mobs, Heroic Rescues,” Church News, 30 Dec. 1984, p. 6.