Journal, March–September 1838

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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The covenant of peace was to preserve each others righ ts, and stand in their defence, that if men should  do wrong they, neither party should uphold them  or endeavour to secret them from Justice but  they shall be delivered up even all all offendrs  to be delt with according to law and Justice  Upon these terms we parted in peace, and soon every  man left the ground and returned to his habit ation, we came home the same knight arrived  at home about 12 Oclock at knight, and found  all well in

10 August 1838 • Friday

Friday 10th Nothing of importance transpired this  day the were at home, being somwh at fatigued did not leave their houses to transa ct much buisness,

11 August 1838 • Saturday

Saturday 11th This morning the   for the , in  company with Elder , to visit  s company who came on with him  from , and settled contrary to council  on the , to give such council  as is needed, This afternoon a committe from   came into this place to inquire into  the procedings of our sosciety in going armed  into the County of , as complaint had been  entered by and others in said cou nty of And said committee desired to conf er with a committee that might be appointed by  our Citizens, Accordingly a meeting was called  of the Citisens of to meet in the   in the City At 6 O clock P.M.  The following is are the minuits of a meeting  held in in the [p. 68]
The covenant of peace was to preserve each others rights, and stand in their defence, that if men should do wrong they, neither party should uphold them or endeavour to secret them from Justice but they shall be delivered up even all all offendrs to be delt with according to law and Justice Upon these terms we parted in peace, and soon every man left the ground and returned to his habitation, we came home the same knight arrived at home about 12 Oclock at knight, and found all well in

10 August 1838 • Friday

Friday 10th Nothing of importance transpired this day the were at home, being somwhat fatigued did not leave their houses to transact much buisness,

11 August 1838 • Saturday

Saturday 11th This morning the for the , in company with Elder , to visit s company who came on with him from , and settled contrary to council on the , to give such council as is needed, This afternoon a committe from came into this place to inquire into the procedings of our sosciety in going armed into the County of , as complaint had been entered by and others in said county of And said committee desired to confer with a committee that might be appointed by our Citizens, Accordingly a meeting was called of the Citisens of to meet in the in the City At 6 O clock P.M. The following are the minuits of a meeting held in in the [p. 68]
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