Historian’s Office, Martyrdom Account

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and locked arms with Joseph, followed by <​escorted by a guard​>. , , and followed, outside the hollow square, and escorted <​accompanied​> them to the Court Room
4 o’clock Case called by Robert F. Smith, J.P., and captain of the Carthage Greys. The Council for the prisoners then appeared, and called for subpoenas for witnesses on the part of the prisoners, and expressed their wish to go into the examination, as soon as the witnesses could be brought from to . This was objected to, most vehemently, by the opposite counsel.
4.25 took copy of order to bring prisoners from jail for trial. <​as follows: “State -[T&S 562]- J P. L S.”—​>
4.30. took names <​Made a copy of the list​> of witnesses
4.35 , , , , <​&​> , <​Appeared as​> Council for <​the​> . [5 lines blank] [p. 38]
and locked arms with Joseph, followed by escorted by a guard. , , and followed, outside the hollow square, and accompanied them to the Court Room
4 o’clock Case called by Robert F. Smith, captain of the Carthage Greys. The Council for the prisoners then appeared, and called for subpoenas for witnesses on the part of the prisoners, and expressed their wish to go into the examination, as soon as the witnesses could be brought from to . This was objected to, most vehemently, by the opposite counsel.
4.25 took copy of order to bring prisoners from jail for trial. as follows: “State -[T&S 562]- J P. L S.”—
4.30. Made a copy of the list of witnesses
4.35 , , , , & , Appeared as Council for the . [5 lines blank] [p. 38]
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