Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1845

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to recover; and in the course of a few weeks, I was able to walk about the house a little, and set up during the day. And I have hardly been able to go on foot farther than across the street since.
On the 3thd. day of October 1843, Sophronia smith second daughter of , died of the scarlet fever; leaving her widowed doubly desolate.
 
Chapter 54
Chap 54.
 
Joseph and murdered
 
About the time that left , an election was held for the office of Mayor; and Joseph, being one of the candidates, was elected to that office. I mention this fact in order to explain a circumstance that took place in the winter of 1843 and 1844; which was as follows:
Joseph, in organizing the city police remarked; “that were it not for enemies within the , there would [p. 307]
to recover; and in the course of a few weeks, I was able to walk about the house a little, and set up during the day. And I have hardly been able to go on foot farther than across the street since.
On the 3thd. day of October 1843, Sophronia smith second daughter of , died of the scarlet fever; leaving her widowed doubly desolate.
 
Chapter 54
Chap 54.
 
Joseph and murdered
 
About the time that left , an election was held for the office of Mayor; and Joseph, being one of the candidates, was elected to that office. I mention this fact in order to explain a circumstance that took place in the winter of 1843 and 1844; which was as follows:
Joseph, in organizing the city police remarked; “that were it not for enemies within the , there would [p. 307]
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