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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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fill up the interstices.— Joseph came in the Clerks office after he left the who by the bye— was very attentive & agreeable,— & said to the clerks. that he had been disappntd in one thing.— which appeard to allay their pleasure for the moment. but said he I have met with less prejudice & better & more noble & liberal feelings on the part of the people generally than I expected.— befor I came. which lighted evry coun-tena[n]ce. with Joy— after maili[n]g letters to [p. 101]
fill up the interstices.— Joseph came in the Clerks office after he left the who by the bye— was very attentive & agreeable,— & said to the clerks. that he had been disappntd in one thing.— which appeard to allay their pleasure for the moment. but said he I have met with less prejudice & better & more noble & liberal feelings on the part of the people generally than I expected.— befor I came. which lighted evry coun-tenance. with Joy— after mailing letters to [p. 101]
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