Resolutions, 1 July 1844

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on the citizens of said shall be made on the Citizens of the surrounding country, but we invite them as friends, and neighbors, to use the Saviors golden rule, and do unto others as they would have others do unto them, and we will do likewise.
Resolved lastly that we highly approve of the present public pacific course of the to allay excitement And restore peace among the citizens of this community <​country​> and while he does so and will use his influence to stop all vexatious proceedings in law until confidence is restored so that the citizens of can go to or any other place for trial without exposing themselves to the violence of assassins <​we​> will uphold him and the law by all honorable Means [p. [2]]
on the Citizens of the surrounding country, but we invite them as friends, and neighbors, to use the Saviors golden rule, and do unto others as they would have others do unto them, and we will do likewise.
Resolved lastly that we highly approve of the present public pacific course of the to allay excitement And restore peace among the citizens of this country and while he does so and will use his influence to stop all vexatious proceedings in law until confidence is restored so that the citizens of can go to or any other place for trial without exposing themselves to the violence of assassins we will uphold him and the law by all honorable Means [p. [2]]
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