Mayor’s Order to John P. Greene, 17 June 1844, Willard Richards First Copy

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Proclamation!
June 17th 1844
To marshal of the city of <​&c​>
Sir complaint having been made to me on oath that a mob is collecting at sundry points to make an attack on this you will therefore take such measures as shall be necessary to prserve the peace of said according to the provisions of the Charter and the laws of the . and with the polise & , see that no viol[e]nt act is committd is hereby instrcted to cooperate with the in keeping the peace according to Law.
Joseph Smith
Mayor [p. [1]]
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Proclamation!
June 17th 1844
To marshal of the city of &c
Sir complaint having been made to me on oath that a mob is collecting at sundry points to make an attack on this you will therefore take such measures as shall be necessary to prserve the peace of said according to the provisions of the Charter and the laws of the . and with the polise & , see that no violent act is committd is hereby instrcted to cooperate with the in keeping the peace according to Law.
Joseph Smith
Mayor [p. [1]]
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