Minutes, 1 July 1844, Draft

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proposition to settle for the “Nauvoo Expositor” Printing Press, and also tender our thanks to Messrs. Wood & Conyers for their endeavors to restore peace. as to the press we will do whatever is right towards a remuneration, <​whenever we ascertain the minds of all the Proprieties of the Expositor​>”
Moved by that the resolution pass— and it was carried—
Moved that be appointed to treat with the Proprietors of the said Expositor— and carried.
moved that Mr. James be heard on the subject of the mob <​Citizens​> at and he spoke accordingly— he attended at the meeting— & spoke on the protection of the place, and support of the Laws— they looked on the outrage with detestation and abhorence, & <​they would​> use <​none but lawful​> all means to bring to Justice the Assassins— that <​they would​> sustain the laws, & keep the peace, was the opinion of the general meeting
moved an adjournment and carried— [p. [2]]
proposition to settle for the “Nauvoo Expositor” Printing Press, and also tender our thanks to Messrs. Wood & Conyers for their endeavors to restore peace. as to the press we will do whatever is right towards a remuneration, whenever we ascertain the minds of all the Proprieties of the Expositor”
Moved by that the resolution pass— and it was carried—
Moved that be appointed to treat with the Proprietors of the said Expositor— and carried.
moved that Mr. James be heard on the subject of the Citizens at and he spoke accordingly— he attended at the meeting— & spoke on the protection of the place, and support of the Laws— they looked on the outrage with detestation and abhorence, & they would use none but lawful all means to bring to Justice the Assassins— that they would sustain the laws, & keep the peace, was the opinion of the general meeting
moved an adjournment and carried— [p. [2]]
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