Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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30 June 1843 • Friday
Friday June 29 30.— 11. & 25 minutes. Joseph in co[mpany]— with Mr Montgomrey a frie[n]d from — in a buggey followed by stage & carr[i]ages— contain[in]g &c 3 Lawyers— , . & [Lucien] Sanger the stage proprietor.— & others with a row of horse— on each side about 40 in all. a part of the force who went out had not fou[n]d Joseph, the band and an immenes [immense] concourse of people met the cavalcade at farm and esco[r]ted the genet [general] to his dinne[r] arriving at his house about 1, o clock— & set at the head of the table Municipal court granted writ of Habeus Corpus— & gave libe[r]ty till 8 next mo[rn]ing— 5 P.M. J. gave an address— at the . groveand tur[n]ed the key according to the Pri[e]sthood that the saints might defend themselvs agai[n]st the Missouri[a]ns— & mob law. th[e] Kidnapper unde[r] garb of Sheriff while Joseph was Lectu[r]ing went with to . in Co[mpany] with Esqr— Davis [p. [273]]
30 June 1843 • Friday
Friday June 30.— 11. & 25 minutes. Joseph in company— with Mr Montgomrey a friend from — in a buggey followed by stage & carriages— containing &c 3 Lawyers— , . & — Lucien Sanger the stage proprietor.— & others with a row of horse— on each side about 40 in all. a part of the force who went out had not found Joseph, the band and an immenes [immense] concourse of people met the cavalcade at farm and escorted the genet general to his dinner arriving at his house about 1, o clock— & set at the head of the table Municipal court granted writ of Habeus Corpus— & gave liberty till 8 next morning— 5 P.M. J. gave an address— at the . grove— and turned the key according to the Priesthood that the saints might defend themselvs against the Missourians— & mob law. the Kidnapper under garb of Sheriff while Joseph was Lecturing went with to . in Company with Esqr— Davis [p. [273]]
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