Miscellaneous Notes [20–22 June 1844]

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<​21 ep 2​> news arrived that there was a letter from the , who was at Council meeting called at the Mansion— a number of affidavits were read over
<​21 ep 7​> came by order of the Sergeant & the Guard at the Stone House to report the crew of the maid of Iowa for firing five guns contrary to order.
<​21 e 10​> Private — Minor came and gave information that as he was passing out of the city— to his home, about two miles out of the , he was fired upon by some person, unknown to him— in consequence of which ordered out a piquet to examine—and see that all things were correct and to report their examination accordingly—
<​22 mp 5​> made a report of same—nothing found— Guard safe—
<​22 mp 10​> affidavit of Luman H. Calkins respecting William Nesbit’s threats (No. 13) to shoot General Joseph Smith &
<​"​> Orders to Brig. Genl. how to draw rations for 2nd. Cohort
<​"​> Afft. of H. Rozenkrantz as to his conduct (No. 14)
<​22 mp 11​> Phoebe Levett— saw Finch, Rolleston, Foster & Squire Mc.Cawley in the No. who fired on the Guard on the Le Harp Road—
<​—​> Afft. of Luther Taylor as to his conduct (No. 15)
<​—​> Afft. of James Olive as to occurrences at the Big Mound (No. 16)
<​mp 12​> Orders sent to different Guards and Piquets to let persons pass and repass without hailing them— until further orders
Afft. of Geo. G. Johnstone as to the militia in being called out by orders of the Governor (No. 17)
 
1844 June 20th.
Mobs Affidavits &c &c [p. [2]]
21 ep 2 news arrived that there was a letter from the , who was at — Council meeting called at the Mansion— a number of affidavits were read over
21 ep 7 came by order of the Sergeant & the Guard at the Stone House to report the crew of the maid of Iowa for firing five guns contrary to order.
21 e 10 Private — Minor came and gave information that as he was passing out of the city— to his home, about two miles out of the , he was fired upon by some person, unknown to him— in consequence of which ordered out a piquet to examine—and see that all things were correct and to report their examination accordingly—
22 mp 5 made a report of same—nothing found— Guard safe—
22 mp 10 affidavit of Luman H. Calkins respecting William Nesbit’s threats (No. 13) to shoot General Joseph Smith &
" Orders to Brig. Genl. how to draw rations for 2nd. Cohort
" Afft. of H. Rozenkrantz as to his conduct (No. 14)
22 mp 11 Phoebe Levett— saw Finch, Rolleston, Foster & Squire Mc.Cawley in the No. who fired on the Guard on the Le Harp Road—
Afft. of Luther Taylor as to his conduct (No. 15)
Afft. of James Olive as to occurrences at the Big Mound (No. 16)
mp 12 Orders sent to different Guards and Piquets to let persons pass and repass without hailing them— until further orders
Afft. of Geo. G. Johnstone as to the militia in being called out by orders of the Governor (No. 17)
 
1844 June 20th.
Mobs Affidavits &c &c [p. [2]]
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