Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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horse & carriage. with her butter & we can accommodate old .— Mayor said if we began too large we shall do nothing. If the council will give me leave I will build a house a small one. at once. & the markett ought to be holden by the corporation if <​of​> the house, when built, will Support itself then we can go on the hill & build another or on [illegible] [largr?]. Council should hold an influen[c]e over the prices in market so that the poor shall not be oppressd. the mechanic should not oppress the farmer. the upper part [p. [184]]
horse & carriage. with her butter & we can accommodate old .— Mayor said if we began too large we shall do nothing. If the council will give me leave I will build a house a small one. at once. & the markett ought to be holden by the corporation of the house, when built, will Support itself then we can go on the hill & build another or on largr. Council should hold an influence over the prices in market so that the poor shall not be oppressd. the mechanic should not oppress the farmer. the upper part [p. [184]]
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