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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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4 June 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday June 4th 1844.— at home— & proposd to give $100.00 per month for the use of the. “Maid of Iowa[”] and made out their own bonds. of their own security— but I would not receive them.—
P.M went out on my broke the whippletree too my buggy——
Wrote
6 To 7 eve in counsel with . . . & &c about proscutin [prosecuting] the Laws & for pugey [perjury]. slander &c—— counelld [counseled] to go in with a prosecuti[o]n in behalf of— Maria [blank]—— agreed Conclud[e]d to go to with— & give up my Bonds of guardianship.— &c ( & are so anxious to get prope[r]ty they will all flit out as soon as th[e] is completed and the faith of th[e] saints ceases from <​them)— &​>
I walkd out with . [p. [145]]
4 June 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday June 4th 1844.— at home— & proposd to give $100.00 per month for the use of the. “Maid of Iowa” and made out their own bonds. of their own security— but I would not receive them.—
P.M went out on my broke the whippletree too my buggy——
Wrote
6 To 7 eve in counsel with . . . & &c about proscutin prosecuting the Laws & for pugey perjury. slander &c—— counelld [counseled] to go in with a prosecution in behalf of— Maria [blank]—— Concluded to go to with— & give up my Bonds of guardianship.— &c ( & are so anxious to get property they will all flit out as soon as the is completed and the faith of the saints ceases from them)— &
I walkd out with . [p. [145]]
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