Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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26 April 1844 • Friday
Friday April— 26— 1844 At hom[e]
10 A M. went up on hill to arrest for an assault on his Bro . for an assault in his own home—— . . &. . came down drew a pistol towa[r]ds me on the steps of my office.— I orderd him to be arrestd and the pistol taken from him. a struggle ensued— in which . . & resisted. and I orde[re]d them to to be arrested. th[e]y resistd, and I. Mayor, orderd the to be calld and his possey & went on to try. fin[e]d him $100— Bonds for to keep th[e] peace— 6 months— $100. Bonds appeald to municipal court. at once . . & .—— for resisting the auhoities [authorities] of the city. — sworn— — sworn— said — swore by God he would not assist the and swore by God th[e]y would see the may[o]r &[c] in hell before th[e]y would go [p. [99]]
26 April 1844 • Friday
Friday April— 26— 1844 At home
10 A M. went up on hill to arrest for an assault on his Bro . for an assault in his own home—— . . &. . came down drew a pistol towards me on the steps of my office.— I orderd him to be arrestd and the pistol taken from him. a struggle ensued— in which . . & resisted. and I ordered them to to be arrested. they resistd, and I. Mayor, orderd the to be calld and his possey & went on to try. fined him $100— Bonds for to keep the peace— 6 months— $100. Bonds appeald to municipal court. at once . . & .—— for resisting the auhoities [authorities] of the city. — sworn— — sworn— said — swore by God he would not assist the and swore by God they would see the mayor &c in hell before they would go [p. [99]]
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