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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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13 June 1844 • Thursday
Thursday June 13th— 1844. 9 A M. Presided in Munic[i]pal Court. <​at —​> . . . . . . . . were arrested. on compl[a]int of — before— J. P. [justice of the peace]— of .— By . Con[stable] .— they ob[t]ained a Habus [habeas] corpus— wer tried for a riot for bu[r]ning the Nauvoo Expos[i]tor. & set freee by mun[i]cipal cou[r]t. see Docket. P M. attend meeti[n]g in Preahd [preached]— after which I made some observati[o]ns—
<​2​> Brothe[r]s arrivd fr[o]m this eve & said about 300 mobbers were collectd in — to come up[o]n —— was paying 1.00 bu[shel] for corn & clerk of th[e] cou[r]t had tund [turned] ag[ain]st us
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13 June 1844 • Thursday
Thursday June 13th— 1844. 9 A M. Presided in Municipal Court. at . . . . . . . . were arrested. on complaint of — before— J. P. [justice of the peace]— of .— By . Constable .— they obtained a Habus [habeas] corpus— wer tried for a riot for burning the Nauvoo Expositor. & set freee by municipal court. see Docket. P M. attend meeting in Preahd preached— after which I made some observations—
2 Brothers arrivd from this eve & said about 300 mobbers were collectd in — to come upon —— was paying 1.00 bushel for corn & clerk of the court had tund turned against us
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