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

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the for he wants to have them finished that they may stand as monuments of the industry of this people. The government of the have laid plans to take the Twelve and some others of this council, and they calculate to send a regiment of troops to take them but we can go as fast as they can.
He shall propose that all this council, with one or two exceptions, go and take their families, and the High Council also to go and take their families, and then select a number of able bodied men who can go and leave their families here comfortable.
Some remarks were then made by the relative to staying here—his mission to &c. expressed his feelings on the subject having an anxious desire to fill his [p. [105]]
the for he wants to have them finished that they may stand as monuments of the industry of this people. The government of the have laid plans to take the Twelve and some others of this council, and they calculate to send a regiment of troops to take them but we can go as fast as they can.
He shall propose that all this council, with one or two exceptions, go and take their families, and the High Council also to go and take their families, and then select a number of able bodied men who can go and leave their families here comfortable.
Some remarks were then made by the relative to staying here—his mission to &c. expressed his feelings on the subject having an anxious desire to fill his [p. [105]]
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