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

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peace officers to take notice of the grog shops and give him seasonable notice.
closed 20 mi[nutes]— 3 [p.m.]—
returnd and said he had forgottn one thing. we have had certain traders in this who have been writing falsehoods to . . . . there is a certain man in this city who has made a covena[n]t to bretray and give me up. and that too before commenced his persecution. <​this testim[on]y I have from gentlemn from abroad—— and I do not wish to give their names.— ​>
I most solmnly proclaim the withdrawal of my fellowship from this man, <​on the conditi[o]n that the foregoi[n]g be true—​>— and let the [p. [54]]
peace officers to take notice of the grog shops and give him seasonable notice.
closed 20 minutes— 3 p.m.—
returnd and said he had forgottn one thing. we have had certain traders in this who have been writing falsehoods to . . . . there is a certain man in this city who has made a covenant to bretray and give me up. and that too before commenced his persecution. this testimony I have from gentlemn from abroad—— and I do not wish to give their names.—
I most solmnly proclaim the withdrawal of my fellowship from this man, on the condition that the foregoing be true—— and let the [p. [54]]
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