Military Order to Jonathan Dunham, 17 June 1844–B, Willard Richards Copy

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Head Quarters.
June 17— 1844.
To Major Gen in command)
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You are hereby instructed to execute all orders of the and perform all services with as little noise and confusion as possible. and take every precaution to prevent Groups of Citizens, &c, from Gathering on the bank of the , on the landing of boats or otherwise, and allay every cause and pretext of excitement as well as suspicion, and yet let your operations be efficient and decided.
(signed) Joseph Smith
Liut Gen N. L.— [p. [1]]
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Head Quarters.
June 17— 1844.
To Major Gen in command)
)
You are hereby instructed to execute all orders of the and perform all services with as little noise and confusion as possible. and take every precaution to prevent Groups of Citizens, &c, from Gathering on the bank of the , on the landing of boats or otherwise, and allay every cause and pretext of excitement as well as suspicion, and yet let your operations be efficient and decided.
(signed) Joseph Smith
Liut Gen N. L.— [p. [1]]
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