Journal, March–September 1838

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They think by dilligent application we can  be admitted to the bar. in twelve month<s.>.  The result of the council was, that, Prest. Smith  & volunteer and be tried by   in (.)  being present being previously notified to attend  the council. Accordingly Thursday next  was appointed for the trial, and word to that  amount, was sent to (who had  priviously agreed to volunteer and try the  case) to meet all at s. near  the county line south of ,
We all return
5 September 1838 • Wednesday
Wendnersday 5th came to  town, on his way to , to meet the above  named engagement had gone  before arrived, the Judge stayed  all knight,
6 September 1838 • Thursday
Thursday the 6th Prest. Smith repaired to  s to stand trial, he was accom panied by several of the bretheren among  whoom was Prest. Judge   & &c. &c. Prest Smith  thought it not wisdom to make his appear ance before the public in consequence of  the many threats made against him and the  high state of exitement in that place,  The trial could not go on in consequence of  the absence of the and lack of testi mony, consequently the court adjourned  till tomorrow at 10 Oclock at A s  some 6 or 8 miles farther south, and also  he is a real mob character, he lives within [p. 79]
They think by dilligent application we can be admitted to the bar. in twelve months.. The result of the council was, that, Prest. Smith & volunteer and be tried by in (.) being present being previously notified to attend the council. Accordingly Thursday next was appointed for the trial, and word to that amount, was sent to (who had priviously agreed to volunteer and try the case) to meet all at s. near the county line south of ,
5 September 1838 • Wednesday
Wendnersday 5th came to town, on his way to , to meet the above named engagement had gone before arrived, the Judge stayed all knight,
6 September 1838 • Thursday
Thursday the 6th Prest. Smith repaired to s to stand trial, he was accompanied by several of the bretheren among whoom was Prest. Judge & &c. &c. Prest Smith thought it not wisdom to make his appearance before the public in consequence of the many threats made against him and the high state of exitement in that place, The trial could not go on in consequence of the absence of the and lack of testimony, consequently the court adjourned till tomorrow at 10 Oclock at A s some 6 or 8 miles farther south, and also he is a real mob character, he lives within [p. 79]
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