Discourse, 10 June 1844, as Reported by Willard Richards

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the possey consisting of some hundred retur[ne]d with the — in front of the — & I gave them a short address told them they had done right. that they had executed my orders— requi[re]d of me by the city council that if I would never submit to have another Libellous publication in establishd in the.— . that I cared not how ma[n]y pape[r]s there were in the city if they would pr[i]nt the truth. but would submit to no Libe[l]s— or slanders from them.—— the speech was loudly greeted by 3 cheers— 3. times.— the posse dispe[rs]ed all in good order—— [p. [151]]
the possey consisting of some hundred returned with the — in front of the — & I gave them a short address told them they had done right. that they had executed my orders— required of me by the city council that I would never submit to have another Libellous publication in establishd in the.— . that I cared not how many papers there were in the city if they would print the truth. but would submit to no Libels— or slanders from them.—— the speech was loudly greeted by 3 cheers— 3. times.— the posse dispersed all in good order—— [p. [151]]
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