History draft; handwriting of Jonathan Grimshaw, , , James Ure, and Robert L. Campbell; 76 numbered pages plus several inserted pages; CHL. This manuscript covers the period from 1 January 1844 to 21 June 1844.
Monday 15 At home settling with for Steamboat “Maid of Iowa”. She has returned in debt about $1700. after much conversation and deliberation, I agreed to buy out , by giving him property in the worth $1231— and assuming the debts.
and I rode out in the afternoon
ACouncil of the to arranged the appointments of <for> the <General> this season <in the >— as follows
“ (T & S. 506 & 7 <red>) 14. 15”
We also publish the names (504-5-6 <red>) The Twelve” <exd. >
I copy from the <Washington> Globe of 14 March “A new 508 (¶ 510–511 <black>) of finance”
and made the following reply The Globe (508 to 10 <black>) Joseph Smith
Thursday 18 9 a m went into <General> until noon & introduced , — & <added> ’s name—
while at dinner I made mention of the report that , &c. were paying some one’s board at my table so as to catch something—— against me—— so that if the report is true they may have something to carry back.
2 to 5½ p m in Council
at 6 p m , , , , , of the — , , , of the City Council; , of the ; , , , , , , , , , , , , S. Williams, , , , , , & held a Council and unanimously cut off , , & of — and Howard Smith of Scott Co. Illinois, from the for unchristianlike conduct and their names were published in the Times & Seasons. [p. 33]