Discourse, 6 August 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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before came to . rumor came up that he might become a candidate for congress.”— says I he is an old fri[e]nd I will vote for him.— when came to my house. I voluntar[il]y told him I was going to vote for me him
When I dictated to him the laws of , he rec[e]ived them on my testimony.— the rascals took s. & security <​when I was arr[e]sted​> made come to me & beg my pardon. for abuse <​he gave me​> & <​th[r]ough his means​> took the pistols from the rascals. & withdrew all claim to your vote & influenc[e] if it will be detrimental to your inter[e]st as a peoplee— [p. [34]]
before came to . rumor came up that he might become a candidate for congress.”— says I he is an old friend I will vote for him.— when came to my house. I voluntarily told him I was going to vote for him
When I dictated to him the laws of , he received them on my testimony.— the rascals took s. & security when I was arrested made come to me & beg my pardon. for abuse he gave me & through his means took the pistols from the rascals. & withdrew all claim to your vote & influence if it will be detrimental to your interest as a peoplee— [p. [34]]
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