Discourse, 30 June 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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if the Legislatur have g[r]anted . the right of Habeus corpus &c— it is no more than they ought to have done.— or more than our fathers fought for.
I swear in the name of Almig[h]ty God. with uplifted hand the Legislatur shall never take away our rights I[’]ll spill my hea[r]ts blood fi[r]st.—
evening at home before the Lawyers “I prophecy in the name of the Lord God that by granting the writ— again[s]t me. has damned hims [p. [289]]
if the Legislatur have granted . the right of Habeus corpus &c— it is no more than they ought to have done.— or more than our fathers fought for.
I swear in the name of Almighty God. with uplifted hand the Legislatur shall never take away our rights I’ll spill my hearts blood first.—
evening at home before the Lawyers “I prophecy in the name of the Lord God that by granting the writ— against me. has damned hims [p. [289]]
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