at peep of day came in to inform us, that last night, soon after he and others left Macedonia they came up to a number of men, having 2 Red Flags and a drum, they were hailed to stop— but they came on, when they were fired on by the mob— the balls being plainly heard whizzing over their heads.
Brother Suffocool informs us of men driving a hundred head of Fat Cattle towards from the direction of Madison
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1/4 past 12 rec[eiv]ed instructions to attend to affidavits and superintend the Head Quarters and commenced with s Afft. (No. 4) together with three others in relation to the Mobocrats in
No, 10 afft. of Hiram B. Mount & John Cunningham do.—— do.——
at ep 8 went with the men to the Prophet— read over the affidavits— afterwards waited on a Justice of the Peace— when they were all sworn to
<ep 10> John Pike and Henry Gates came to Head Quarters to inform of a number of men driving about 300 Cattle in the direction of the Mob camp— they were about 9 miles from — and reported themselves from
<at ep 3> An afft made by Mr. John Loomis No. 11.
<21 mp 10> An afft. made by Samuel Hicks— No. 12
An alarm made that was at ’s— ordered out a posse to take him, went accordingly which proved a false alarm.
<21 mp 10> General J. Smith and Suite passed head quarters up Main St.
<21 ep 2> Coll. of the Guard called to notify that on his inspection last night, he found Edwin H. Doherty asleep in a Boat and intoxicated on duty under the command of Captn. Cheeny— discharged from the Guard and another appointed in his place [p. ]