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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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much.— who dont know. that we can put the roof on this buildi[n]g this season? by tur[n]ing all the means of the & doubli[n]g our diligen[ce] we can do it.
The best way for such m[e]n is to be still. If I did not love men I woud not reprove them. but work in the dark as they do—— read the Tribun[e] & you see for yourself—
he is not a Lawyer— he is nearer related to a Doctor. a small man.— “Mr McNiel— enquired if he was the man.—” No did not know you— you are a st[r]anger.—— Joseph rested.
— spoke—— saying he wantd to make some observati[o]ns of a romantic turn.— The character of such men [p. [15]]
much.— who dont know. that we can put the roof on this building this season? by turning all the means of the & doubling our diligence we can do it.
The best way for such men is to be still. If I did not love men I woud not reprove them. but work in the dark as they do—— read the Tribune & you see for yourself—
he is not a Lawyer— he is nearer related to a Doctor. a small man.— “Mr McNiel— enquired if he was the man.—” No did not know you— you are a stranger.—— Joseph rested.
— spoke—— saying he wantd to make some observations of a romantic turn.— The character of such men [p. [15]]
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