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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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4 February 1843 • Saturday
Saturday Feb— 4th. 1843  at home— 1 o clock P.M.  attended the General city Election  caucus at the Temple, where all  things were amicably settled  & mutual good feelings were restored  to all parties. Bro [Benjamin] Clapp made a  public confession. for the speech  which he made at a former caucus  <4¼> told he had restord   to his former standing, that  he had concluded to make Amasa  councillr to the fir[s]t Presidency.—  -[council Municipal court in the eve on  a case of assault & Battery.]-]- [p. [167]]
4 February 1843 • Saturday
Saturday Feb— 4th. 1843 at home— 1 o clock P.M. attended the General city Election caucus at the Temple, where all things were amicably settled & mutual good feelings were restored to all parties. Bro [Benjamin] Clapp made a public confession. for the speech which he made at a former caucus 4¼ told he had restord to his former standing, that he had concluded to make Amasa councillr to the first Presidency.— -[ Municipal court in the eve on a case of assault & Battery.]-]- [p. [167]]
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