Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 3, 6 May 1845–13 January 1846

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who have leased it for the purpose of raising them some grain &c. They have infringed on a road angling from the to Calkins’ and fenced it up. Some of the neighbors are dissatisfied and are throwing down the fences and have had considerable difficulty, and had threatened each other, drawn their bowie knives &c. He was sent for to settle the difficulty, and went and endeavored to effect a settlement which was partially done, but their is yet considerable feeling and dissatisfaction. He thought it would be well if our could go and see them.
The said he had no objections to go and see the brethren and try to have the matter set to rights. We must submit to a little difficulty in order to raise grain for the sustenance of the citizens. [p. [7]]
who have leased it for the purpose of raising them some grain &c. They have infringed on a road angling from the to Calkins’ and fenced it up. Some of the neighbors are dissatisfied and are throwing down the fences and have had considerable difficulty, and had threatened each other, drawn their bowie knives &c. He was sent for to settle the difficulty, and went and endeavored to effect a settlement which was partially done, but their is yet considerable feeling and dissatisfaction. He thought it would be well if our could go and see them.
The said he had no objections to go and see the brethren and try to have the matter set to rights. We must submit to a little difficulty in order to raise grain for the sustenance of the citizens. [p. [7]]
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