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

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into a free county— & set them  free— Educate them & give them  equal Rights. (the remainder  of the co[mpany]— arrived 3½ P.M.)  should the slaves be organizd  into an independent governme[n]t  they would become quarrelsome  it would not be wisdom,— <all>  the party supped at   Esqr District Atty  of the for . was  introducd by , Bro stated that . Sheriff  of had been here some  days. but whether he had the  writ again[s]t Joseph or not. Tis  supposed he has it.— conversation [p. 13]
into a free county— & set them free— Educate them & give them equal Rights. (the remainder of the company— arrived 3½ P.M.) should the slaves be organizd into an independent government they would become quarrelsome it would not be wisdom,— all the party supped at Esqr District Atty of the for . was introducd by , Bro stated that . Sheriff of had been here some days. but whether he had the writ against Joseph or not. Tis supposed he has it.— conversation [p. 13]
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