Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1844–1845

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  • Historical Introduction
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that if he would rise and and go with he should be able to ride the whole way and he should get well They then was by his own request assisted to dress and mount his horse— They set of[f] after dark and traveled 50 miles during the night and the next morning. They remained away 2 weeks and then Joseph made his family <and > a short visit after which he again left when winter came wrote Joseph a letter stating advising him to come to with a guard sufficient to secure himself against molestation and suffer himself to be tried for the crimes aledged against him— Joseph went and was tried before and honorably acquited. when he returned there was a jubilee held throughout the .
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that if he would rise and go with he should be able to ride the whole way and he should get well was by his own request assisted to dress and mount his horse— They set off after dark and traveled 50 miles during the night and the next morning. They remained away 2 weeks and then Joseph made his family and a short visit after which he again left when winter came wrote Joseph a letter advising him to come to with a guard sufficient to secure himself against molestation and suffer himself to be tried for the crimes aledged against him— Joseph went and was tried before and honorably acquited. when he returned there was a jubilee held throughout the .
In the spring Joseph set out with his family for to see ’s sister Mrs [Clara] Wasson but his little boy fell out of the carriage and got his leg broke which compelled them to return. They remained untill the next summer and then made the intended visit to but while he was there the Misourians being aprized of his abscence from sent sheriff Reynolds to who gave him a writ with which he pursued Joseph to and took him prisoner but did not read the writ. but abused him shamefully their proceedings being unlawful Joseph took them in turn when he came to a place where he could do so and he was cleared while [p. 5, bk. [19]]
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