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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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7 May 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday May 7. 1844 At home pleasnat [pleasant] Morning—
Rode out on Prairie with 3 or 4 Gentlemen to sell them some land. at 9——
10 Munic[i]pal cou[r]t met. adjued [adjourned] till tomorr[o]w. 10 A M.
at one a severe storm of rain Comm[e]nced with wind. and I stopped at my over night.— storm abated ab[o]ut sun set.
An opposition printing press arrived at s fr[o]m Columbus ohio. as report says also that has issud a writ of ejectmnt vs all those who bough[t] land of on Bench E[ast] of the having given warrantee deeds but not having paid for the land.— [p. [112]]
7 May 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday May 7. 1844 At home pleasnat pleasant Morning—
Rode out on Prairie with 3 or 4 Gentlemen to sell them some land. at 9——
10 Municipal court met. adjued [adjourned] till tomorrow. 10 A M.
at one a severe storm of rain Commenced with wind. and I stopped at my over night.— storm abated about sun set.
An opposition printing press arrived at s from Columbus ohio. as report says also that has issud a writ of ejectmnt vs all those who bought land of on Bench East of the having given warrantee deeds but not having paid for the land.— [p. [112]]
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