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

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another man. will not call his nam[e]. has been writing to th[e] Tribu[n]e some of the greatest most disgraceful— things possible to name.— he ha[s] statd in th[a]t article that there are a gr[e]at ma[n]y approp[r]iations— to the . appli[e]d some where else to.— to stigmatize th[e] Trustee & And tu[r]n prejudice agint [against] us abroad.— if any man who has appointed any thing.— old harness horses. waggon— &c <​let him come f[or]ward​> the fi[r]st farthing and we can[n]ot show where it has been appropiatd [appropriated]. I will give him my head for a foot ball.—
he also states that the cannot be build it costs so [p. [14]]
another man. will not call his name. has been writing to the Tribune some of the most disgraceful— things possible to name.— he has statd in that article that there are a great many appropriations— to the . applied some where else to.— to stigmatize the Trustee & And turn prejudice agint [against] us abroad.— if any man who has appointed any thing.— old harness horses. waggon— &c let him come forward the first farthing and we cannot show where it has been appropiatd [appropriated]. I will give him my head for a foot ball.—
he also states that the cannot be build it costs so [p. [14]]
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