Historian’s Office, Martyrdom Account, Draft

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  • Historical Introduction
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, and had come of their own accord.
, U. S. Marshal <​for ​> called to see Joseph.
12 min, before 1. Intelligence was given to Joseph, that the Laws, Higbees <​Fosters​> &c <​& others​> were going to to plunder. The called at their door, with some Gentlemen, when Joseph informed him of what he had heard.
Bro arrived.
<​&​> Requested the to send a guard to protect the City <​of ​>, which request was complied with, by <​his​> ordering Capt Singleton with a company of men from to march <​there​> to . <​T & S​>
wrote a letter to . <​his wife​>
1½ P. M. dined. <​After dinner​> of called to see Joseph.
2½. The communicated that he would send a <​had ordered Capt. Singleton​> <​with a​> Company <​of men from to march to​> to to cooperate with the police in keeping the peace; and he would call out the , if necessary
Joseph wrote to as follows. “ (see letter) “Smith.”
<​He also sent a message to not to come to <​but to stay in ​> and not to suffer himself to be delivered into the hands of his enemies, or to be taken a prisoner by anyone.​>
Robert Ayres called to see the Generals Smith. [p. 11]
, and had come of their own accord.
, U. S. Marshal for called to see Joseph.
12 min, before 1. Intelligence was given to Joseph, that the Laws, Higbees Fosters & others were going to to plunder. The called at the door, with some Gentlemen, when Joseph informed him of what he had heard.
& Requested the to send a guard to protect the City of , T & S
wrote a letter to his wife
1½ P. M. After dinner of called to see Joseph.
2½. The communicated that he had ordered Capt. Singleton with a Company of men from to march to to cooperate with the police in keeping the peace; and he would call out the , if necessary
Joseph wrote to as follows. “ (see letter) “Smith.”
He also sent a message to not to come to but to stay in and not to suffer himself to be delivered into the hands of his enemies, or to be taken a prisoner by anyone.
Robert Ayres called to see the Generals Smith. [p. 11]
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