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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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said he has not theated [threatened] you.— Joseph says he has—— no one has hea[r]d him th[r]eaten you— and hundreds cried I have.— continu[e]d to speak & mayor said stop <​order​> or I will fine you——
read Gen Smiths vi[e]ws of the power & polic[i]es of the gen[eral] Gover[n]ment. after which it was voted unanimously with one excepti[o]n, to uphold Gen Smith for the Presidny [presidency].
“A voice of Innocenc[e] from was then read by. . . . — and all the people assembly said amen. Twice
. read a letter from Governor [p. [17]]
said he has not theated [threatened] you.— Joseph says he has—— no one has heard him threaten you— and hundreds cried I have.— continued to speak & mayor order or I will fine you——
read Gen Smiths views of the power & policies of the general Government. after which it was voted unanimously with one exception, to uphold Gen Smith for the Presidny [presidency].
“A voice of Innocence from ” was then read by. . . . — and all the assembly said amen. Twice
. read a letter from Governor [p. [17]]
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