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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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20 June 1844 • Thursday
Thursday Jun[e] 20— 1844. at day break send [sent?] the Gu[a]rd out of the . <​to pitch upon grou[n]d to​> to meet the enemy.—
10 [a.m.]. Mr Southwick fr[o]m Louisania [Louisiana] arri[ve]d sa[i]d— a cannon from — ar[r]ived at .— no excitemnt at reported to him a gre[a]t excitem[en]t at &c——
11 [a.m.] revewed the troops— facing th[e] .— &c went onto parade— on the bank of the .
Recorder took Affidavit of Carlos W. Lyon wrote Ballentine [Richard Ballantyne] & . at Doyles Mill for wheat. wrote Prest
wrote Aff[i]davit of & .— Wrote the Twelve to come home
had odes [orders] to commenc[e] making cannon [p. [166]]
20 June 1844 • Thursday
Thursday June 20— 1844. at day break send sent the Guard out of the . to pitch upon ground to meet the enemy.—
10 [a.m.]. Mr Southwick from Louisania [Louisiana] arrived said— a cannon from — arrived at .— no excitemnt at reported to him a great excitement at &c——
11 a.m. revewed the troops— facing the .— &c went onto parade— on the bank of the .
Recorder took Affidavit of Carlos W. Lyon wrote Ballentine [Richard Ballantyne] & . at Doyles Mill for wheat. wrote Prest
wrote Affidavit of & .— Wrote the Twelve to come home
had odes orders to commence making cannon [p. [166]]
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