Draft Notes, 29 June–1 July 1844

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Mr Wood— send the herald—— 244 troops came up to protect the innocent
Mr. Kilburn— said he came here day bfor yesterd[ay] to lern the fact, course of conduct I could not be expected.
Mr Wood—
Kilburn— spoke of Spence at appenose [illegible] with <​[illegible]​>
Mr Swazey— said that he had been at
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Mr Wood— send the herald—— 244 troops came up to protect the innocent
Mr. Kilburn— said he came here day bfor yesterday to lern the fact, course of conduct I could not be expected.
Mr Wood—
Kilburn— spoke of Spence at appenose with
Mr Swazey— said that he had been at
[p. 2]
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