Discourse, 7 March 1844–A, as Reported by Willard Richards

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peace officers and e[ve]ry body alone.—
Ho[w] are we to keep peace in this . & defend our. selves agist [against] mobs.— disgrace ev[er]y man. by preaching him on the house top, who will, who not be still. and mind their own business.— Let them alone. to use themselves up.—
a couple of merchants in this . I was told by an old gentlman this morni[n]g <​who told me​> that the spirit of Mobocracy was almost subsiding.— These mercha[n]ts have as the people arboad [abroad] say.— told the people. that they need not bring butter eggs &c—— <​to ​> will n[o]t tell their names. if they will not let the people bring in their produce.— the people will not buy their goods. [p. [13]]
peace officers and every body alone.—
How are we to keep peace in this . & defend our. selves agist against mobs.— disgrace every man. by preaching him on the house top, who will, not be still. and mind their own business.— Let them alone. to use themselves up.—
a couple of merchants in this . I was told by an old gentlman this morning who told me that the spirit of Mobocracy was almost subsiding.— These merchants have as the people arboad [abroad] say.— told the people. that they need not bring butter eggs &c—— to will not tell their names. if they will not let the people bring in their produce.— the people will not buy their goods. [p. [13]]
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