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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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asked concrning s. stating that was a gentleman & had nothing again[s]t him. <Some time since.> recollects nothing or little about the conversations.— thinks Mistaken s knows he was not.—
. <said,> never offerd any abuse to my family.— <& at> at that time he I had never been familiar with him.— [:] I have no private pique agai[n]st .—
voted, (in general) <almost unanimous> that retaind his standing.—
<Joseph presentd for trial.> Moved by. . 2d By that . & voted that retain his standing.—
Voted unanimously that retain his offices as Patriarch. &c.— [p. [54]]
asked concrning s. stating that was a gentleman & had nothing against him. Some time since. recollects nothing or little about the conversations.— thinks Mistaken s knows he was not.—
. said, never offerd any abuse to my family.— & at that time I had never been familiar with him.— : I have no private pique against .—
voted, () almost unanimous that retaind his standing.—
Joseph presentd for trial. Moved by. . 2d By . & voted that — retain his standing.—
Voted unanimously that retain his offices as Patriarch. &c.— [p. [54]]
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