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

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  • Historical Introduction
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12 June 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesd[a]y June 12— 1844 this morni[n]g was arrestd by . Constable of on Complit [complaint]. befor. [blank] J. P. [justice of the peace]——
I offe[re]d to go before— any Jusstice in but he swore he would carry me to . took a writ of Habus [habeas] co[r]pus—— was terid [tried] befor Mun[i]cipal cut [court].— & disch[ar]ged— See Docket.—
Some 15 othe[r]s were in the <​that​> same writ.—
10. A M. at my office.— 1 to 2 [p.m.] at — Habe[a]s co[r]pus at 5 4— 6 we[n]t into cou[r]t dsichagd [discharged] at 8.—— [5 lines blank]
Rain this night.— [p. [154]]
12 June 1844 • Wednesday
Wednesday June 12— 1844 this morning was arrestd by . Constable of on Complit [complaint]. befor. [blank] J. P. justice of the peace——
I offered to go before— any Jusstice in but he swore he would carry me to . took a writ of Habus habeas corpus—— was terid [tried] befor Municipal cut court.— & discharged— See Docket.—
Some 15 others were in that same writ.—
10. A M. at my office.— 1 to 2 [p.m.] at — Habeas corpus at 4— 6 went into court dsichagd [discharged] at 8.—— [5 lines blank]
Rain this night.— [p. [154]]
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