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

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property, without paying for it. He has received a letter from Mr [Hilary] Tucker of on the subject but it is so worthless he dont intend to answer it. He has thought that if we can leave some trusty men as agents in charge of our property we shall defeat the enemy and probably they will be able before long to dispose of it so as to help the poor away. When we leave here his mind is to go just beyond the , somewhere on the Mexican claim and the will have no business to come there and if they do we will treat them as enemies. We can make a stand somewhere on the vallies of the Bear River, near to the beer springs. Their are parks in that region which abound with Buffallo, and in fact it is the greatest place for Buffallo on the Continent, and would be near where we [p. [88]]
property, without paying for it. He has received a letter from Mr Hilary Tucker of on the subject but it is so worthless he dont intend to answer it. He has thought that if we can leave some trusty men as agents in charge of our property we shall defeat the enemy and probably they will be able before long to dispose of it so as to help the poor away. When we leave here his mind is to go just beyond the , somewhere on the Mexican claim and the will have no business to come there and if they do we will treat them as enemies. We can make a stand somewhere on the vallies of the Bear River, near to the beer springs. Their are parks in that region which abound with Buffallo, and in fact it is the greatest place for Buffallo on the Continent, and would be near where we [p. [88]]
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