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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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11 June 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday June 11th— 1844— Spent the fore noon in coun[c]il with the breth[r]en at my house— 10 to 12 or therabouts in my office with & others Instr[u]cted to wirte [write] a proclamati[o]n to the citiz[en]s of to keep quiet &c—— had an inter[vie]w with Elder Adams out doors— retu[rne]d home to dinner.
2 P.M. went into Cou[r]t. Ma[n]y peoplle— pesnt [present]. talked an hour or two— on passing evensts [events]. the Mob pa[r]ty. &c & told the people I was ready to fight if the mob would compel me to.— that I would not be in bondage.—— Asked the assembly if th[e]y would sta[n]d by me & they cried yes— fr[o]m all qua[r]ters retur[ne]d home— came to me at my hom[e] as I was talking with — Eaton— Bonny &c— & read a letter f[r]om June 6.— that was ab[o]ut get the Mun[i]cipal Cou[r]t ind[i]cted for trying on Habe[a]s Corpus.— Instr[u]cted to answer it.— rode 1/2 hour with .—
prea[c]hed at my hou[s]e in the eve
Cloudy Cool.— [p. [152]]
11 June 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday June 11th— 1844— Spent the fore noon in council with the brethren at my house— 10 to 12 or therabouts in my office with & others Instructed to wirte [write] a proclamation to the citizens of to keep quiet &c—— had an interview with Elder Adams out doors— returned home to dinner.
2 P.M. went into Court. Many peoplle— pesnt [present]. talked an hour or two— on passing evensts [events]. the Mob party. &c & told the people I was ready to fight if the mob would compel me to.— that I would not be in bondage.—— Asked the assembly if they would stand by me & they cried yes— from all quarters returned home— came to me at my home as I was talking with — Eaton— Bonny &c— & read a letter from June 6.— that was about get the Municipal Court indicted for trying on Habeas Corpus.— Instructed to answer it.— rode 1/2 hour with .—
preached at my house in the eve
Cloudy Cool.— [p. [152]]
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