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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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are permittd to witness this court is to decide between the practices. the Legislatu[r]e and no court has attempted to decide.— let them bring physi[ci]ans of the same school for witnesses, knew what practice the was of and why not call phycns [physicians] of the same school—
your honor has once been tried on acount. of your r[e]ligion—— the physicas [physicians] mu[s]t testify accordi[n]g to their practice believi[n]g the other to be wrong.— if this order of things should prevail you would loose your head & I mine. [p. [227]]
are permittd to witness this court is to decide between the practices. the Legislature and no court has attempted to decide.— let them bring physicians of the same school for witnesses, knew what practice the was of and why not call phycns physicians of the same school—
your honor has once been tried on acount. of your religion—— the physicas physicians must testify according to their practice believing the other to be wrong.— if this order of things should prevail you would loose your head & I mine. [p. [227]]
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