Appendix 3: Willard Richards, Journal Excerpt, 23–27 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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25 June 1844 • Tuesday
25— had an inteviw [interview] with Wm G Flood of at 8 oClock. while in convesition [conversation] Conl arrested joseph Smith for Treason on complaint of . was arrested for treason on compl[a]int of .—
1/4 past nin[e] <​A.M.​> came & invited Joseph to walk. walked with th[r]ough the crowd with & people all qui[e]t—— A co[mpany] of greys— f[i]led rou[n]d the door of the s Qua[r]ters. the [blank] <​notice w[a]s sent —​> who orderd <​the Mc—​> Donough troop to be drawn up in line for Joseph to pass in review th[a]t <​th[e]y​> might see him.— had convesatin [conversation] with the ab[o]ut 10 minutes [p. [21]]
25 June 1844 • Tuesday
25— had an inteviw interview with Wm G Flood of at 8 oClock. while in convesition [conversation] Conl arrested joseph Smith for Treason on complaint of . was arrested for treason on complaint of .—
1/4 past nine A.M. came & invited Joseph to walk. walked with through the crowd with & people all quiet—— A company of greys— filed round the door of the s Quarters. the [blank] notice was sent — who orderd the Mc— Donough troop to be drawn up in line for Joseph to pass in review that they might see him.— had convesatin conversation with the about 10 minutes [p. [21]]
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