Discourse, 4 July 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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Joseph said. arrested— writ ,— on Habeas Corpus fri[e]nds petitioned a writ— stood clear— those officers to made false reprsntatin [representation]; I have legally discharged.— I testify I did submit myself quietly. proof Lawyers.— various others . . . did transcend their power. or intimated that they were intimidated & brought here by fraud. honstly & uprightly— in all things in relation to this Subject.
Public mind. has been agitated. Language of Paul happy that I have this opportunity I never dwelt in [p. 1]
Joseph said. arrested— writ ,— on Habeas Corpus friends petitioned a writ— stood clear— those officers to made false reprsntatin [representation]; I have legally discharged.— I testify I did submit myself quietly. proof Lawyers.— various others . . . did transcend their power. or intimated that they were intimidated & brought here by fraud. honstly & uprightly— in all things in relation to this Subject.
Public mind. has been agitated. Language of Paul happy that I have this opportunity I never dwelt in [p. 1]
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