When this declaration was made there was a faint “Hurrah for ,” and they instantly obeyed the ’s <his> wish.
There was a company of apostates also quartered at , viz; and , the Higbees and Fosters, , , and (formerly president of the ) and others. stated to that it was determined to shed the blood of Joseph Smith by not only himself but by the Laws, Higbees, Fosters, , and many others <whether he was cleared by the law or not.>, He talked freely and unreservedly on that subject, as though he was discoursing upon the most common occurrence of his life; said he “you will find me a true prophet in this respect.” told what had said; but he treated it with perfect indifference, and suffered and his associates to run at large to <and> mature their murderous plans.
A writ was also issued by R[obert] F. Smith against , on complaint of , charging him with the illegal detention of . [p. 10]