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

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intends to stand his ground and said he would die before he would flinch, and so says and , He said further that if the mob meddle with them there will be hot times.
Er corroborated the statement of , yet he thinks manifests considerable feelings in regard to his own case. He told that this people are incensed against their murderous enemies, and they will not bear to have them come here at all. He thinks if the mob are permitted to come here unmolested, they will do something to produce an excitement.
The said if we and our children all live untill the mob come in here to commit depredations, as [p. [366]]
intends to stand his ground and said he would die before he would flinch, and so says and , He said further that if the mob meddle with them there will be hot times.
Er corroborated the statement of , yet he thinks manifests considerable feelings in regard to his own case. He told that this people are incensed against their murderous enemies, and they will not bear to have them come here at all. He thinks if the mob are permitted to come here unmolested, they will do something to produce an excitement.
The said if we and our children all live untill the mob come in here to commit depredations, as [p. [366]]
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