Discourse, 10 June 1844, as Reported by Willard Richards

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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.—— [p. [151]]
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.—— [p. [151]]
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