Letter to John Thornton and Others, 25 June 1834

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Clay Co. June 25”—
“Gent, our company of men advanced yesterday from their encampment beyond to , where their tents are again pitched. But feeding feeling disposed to adopt every pacific measure than that can be done, without jeopardizing their our lives, to quiet the prejudices and fears of some part of the citizens of this county, we have concluded that our company shall be immediately dispersed and continue so. till every effort for an adjustment of differences between us and the people of has been made [p. 505]
Clay Co. June 25”—
“Gent, our company of men advanced yesterday from their encampment beyond to , where their tents are again pitched. But feeling disposed to adopt every pacific measure that can be done, without jeopardizing our lives, to quiet the prejudices and fears of some part of the citizens of this county, we have concluded that our company shall be immediately dispersed and continue so. till every effort for an adjustment of differences between us and the people of has been made [p. 505]
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