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

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17 June 1844 • Monday
Monday June 17. 1844.— <​ wrote letters to the Twelve— but th[e]y were not sent.— wrote to Uncle ​> This morning Joseph Smith. . . . . . . . . . P and were arrestd by. Con[stable] . on writ of — <​J. P. [justice of the peace]​> issued on compl[a]int of— for Riot on 10[th] inst in dest[ro]ying Nauv[oo] Expositor.— were tried at 2 P.M and discha[r]ged.— 4
.— & Major [John] Bills sta[r]ted with Letter &c to —— & affidavt of—— [blank] as statd on sunday. minutes—
Recd affidavit of Mob was like to come upon us (on file) Issu[e]d order to Mayor to Keep th[e] peace. to acting comm[a]ndant to assist the [p. [160]]
17 June 1844 • Monday
Monday June 17. 1844.— wrote letters to the Twelve— but they were not sent.— wrote to Uncle This morning Joseph Smith. . . . . . . . . . and were arrestd by. Constable . on writ of — J. P. [justice of the peace] issued on complaint of— for Riot on 10[th] inst in destroying Nauvoo Expositor.— were tried at 2 P.M and discharged.—
.— & Major John Bills started with Letter &c to —— & affidavt of—— [blank] as statd on sunday. minutes—
Recd affidavit of Mob was like to come upon us (on file) Issued order to Mayor to Keep the peace. to — acting commandant to assist the [p. [160]]
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