The mayor spoke, said he rose to make confission, that he used all his influence to prevent the brethren from fighting when mobbed in , he did wrong, it was a suggestion of the head. he would never do so again. but when the mob come upon you, kill, them, I never will restrain you again but will go and help, you,
spoke, when any of the Missourians are sick I call upon you help me lay hands on you to heal them,
said he would help
The spoke again, acknow[ledg]ed his wrong, said he would never put his hand on brother s shoulder again to hold him back when he was abused.
spoke of , said he would never submit to such treetment again,
Mayor . . . spoke again, if I do not stand with those who will stand by me in the hour of troubl and danger, without faulting I give you leave to shoot me—
, there is not a man woman or child, from to the Gulf of Mexico, who is a freeman.
Mayor Read a letter in reply to one he wrote to
stated that the history of the perscutin [persecution] was put into the hand of .
Motioned that every man in the meting who could w[i]eld a pen write an address to his mother count[r]y by J. Smith carried
Mayor read the memorial to congress,— The state right doctrine is what feeds mobs.— they are <a dead carcass◊> a stinck, & they shall ascend up as a stink offering in the nose of the Almighty so long as a mee [p. ]