Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July 1843–29 February 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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stand on his own merits. the Lord has not given me Revelati[o]n conc[e]rning politics.— I have not asked the Lord for it.— I am a third party stand independnt and alone— I desire to see all parties protected in their rights.— as I have to save in relation to . he is a whig candidate a high minded man.
has not hung on to my coat tail to gain his electi[o]n as some have said. I am going to give a testimony but not for electioneering p◊◊◊p◊◊ris [purposes?].— [p. [33]]
stand on his own merits. the Lord has not given me Revelation concerning politics.— I have not asked the Lord for it.— I am a third party stand independnt and alone— I desire to see all parties protected in their rights.— in relation to . he is a whig candidate a high minded man.
has not hung on to my coat tail to gain his election as some have said. I am going to give a testimony but not for electioneering ppris [purposes].— [p. [33]]
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