Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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the repeal of the charters, which had been altered so as to change the sense. He said he had thought there must be a wrong somewhere in publishing the same peices in both papers; he had thought it would be advisable to put both papers in one, but this was objected to. He knows the station of an editor is a responsible and perplexing one, and if we take away the right of an editor to select what he shall see proper the paper would go down.
The said had said he (the ) had complained more than others; when he had any thing to say he complained face to face, but dont; if was away in he would talk hard about brother and but he dare not do it here. As to brother & , there is not two [p. [236]]
the repeal of the charters, which had been altered so as to change the sense. He said he had thought there must be a wrong somewhere in publishing the same peices in both papers; he had thought it would be advisable to put both papers in one, but this was objected to. He knows the station of an editor is a responsible and perplexing one, and if we take away the right of an editor to select what he shall see proper the paper would go down.
The said had said he (the ) had complained more than others; when he had any thing to say he complained face to face, but dont; if was away in he would talk hard about brother and but he dare not do it here. As to brother & , there is not two [p. [236]]
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