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

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5 March 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday March 5th 1844 I saw at [David] Bryants Store an[d] gave him a le[c]ture on his resisti[n]g the ordinanc[e]s. of the by telling the Capt[ains] of the boats htey [they] need not pay wharfage &.— Rode out with — 2 P.M in city council, I called to see whethr the laws of the city should be maitind [maintained] which the council decided should be and water street be opnd [opened] from my store to the nothn [northern] limits of the . heard read his leetter to infomg [informing] him of this nomnatin [nomination] to th[e] Vice Presdcy [presidency] Dated 4[th] March. [p. [7]]
5 March 1844 • Tuesday
Tuesday March 5th 1844 I saw at David Bryants Store and gave him a lecture on his resisting the ordinances. of the by telling the Captains of the boats htey [they] need not pay wharfage &.— Rode out with — 2 P.M in city council, I called to see whethr the laws of the city should be maitind [maintained] which the council decided should be and water street be opnd [opened] from my store to the nothn [northern] limits of the . heard read his leetter to infomg [informing] him of this nomnatin nomination to the Vice Presdcy [presidency] Dated 4[th] March. [p. [7]]
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