Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

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<he shall be> to secure him from any <from any further> furthr arrests on this <troubled <no more> in this matter.— in relati[o]n to this <the> matter touchi[n]g this> prosecuti[o]n—— (Joseph arose & bowed to the cou[r]t.—) Spctatrs [Spectators] retired. & court adjornd to 10 o’clock Tomorrow.—
Joseph repared to s romm [room] & spent 1 hour in conversation with his honor. showing that he did not profess to be a prophet then evry man ought. who professes to be a preacher of Righteousness— that the testim[o]ny of Jesuss is the spirit of Prophecy. & preached to the asked him to Proph[e]cy how [p. 99]
he shall be to secure him troubled no more .— in relation to the matter touching this prosecution—— (Joseph arose & bowed to the court.—) Spctatrs Spectators retired. & court adjornd to 10 o’clock Tomorrow.—
Joseph repared to s romm [room] & spent 1 hour in conversation with his honor. showing that he did not profess to be a prophet then evry man ought. who professes to be a preacher of Righteousness— that the testimony of Jesuss is the spirit of Prophecy. & preached to the asked him to Prophecy how [p. 99]
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