Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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2 July 1843 • Sunday
Sunday 2d— July. . & . spoke on the stand. Stating that. Joseph had subjected himself to the law in all particulars— & treated his pescutos [persecutors] & kidnappers with— respect.
came in from and stated that & — were inciting the people to mobocracy. & about. to send to for a possy to. retake Joseph.
Petition was immediately made out signd by a gre[a]t number— of citizens & & also— a remonstrnc [remonstrance] agist [against] proceedings signd by 150.— and fowrded [forwarded] to . & car[r]ied fowad [forward] by— Backenstos [6 lines blank] [p. [292]]
2 July 1843 • Sunday
Sunday 2d— July. . & . spoke on the stand. Stating that. Joseph had subjected himself to the law in all particulars— & treated his pescutos [persecutors] & kidnappers with— respect.
came in from and stated that & — were inciting the people to mobocracy. & about. to send to for a possy to. retake Joseph.
Petition was immediately made out signd by a great number— of citizens & also— a remonstrnc [remonstrance] agist [against] proceedings signd by 150.— and fowrded [forwarded] to . & carried fowad [forward] by— Backenstos [6 lines blank] [p. [292]]
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