Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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freedom, and their freedom is what we want to accomplish.
The said if we were to come under the British Government we would not last forty eight hours, and he wants nothing to do with them.
said our object is to effect an effect an union amongst the tribes and when the blow is to be struck, and our object is accomplished in effecting the union, the enemy will be scattered and they will leave us arms & ammunition enough.
said when he looks at that picture (referring to the picture of the martyrdom of Joseph & in , which hung suspended in the East end of the ) he thinks there is already fire enough, and there is ammunition enough in [p. [301]]
freedom, and their freedom is what we want to accomplish.
The said if we were to come under the British Government we would not last forty eight hours, and he wants nothing to do with them.
said our object is to effect an effect an union amongst the tribes and when the blow is to be struck, and our object is accomplished in effecting the union, the enemy will be scattered and they will leave us arms & ammunition enough.
said when he looks at that picture (referring to the picture of the martyrdom of Joseph & in , which hung suspended in the East end of the ) he thinks there is already fire enough, and there is ammunition enough in [p. [301]]
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