Sat 22 The following compilation of History from June 22, to August 8, 1844 inclusive, was compiled from the Journals of , and and others, and from public <the> documents on file. <in the Historian’s office>
Sat. <June> 22 In the evening the issued orders to all the guards and Sentries on the road to , to let persons pass and repass until further orders, except they discoveries companies of men, when they must report the same to head Quarters immediately.
A Conference was held at Eagle, Benton Co. Tennessee. Elder A[braham] O. Smoot presided; during which a was organized of 17 members, 1 , 1 , and 1 were .
Tuesd. 25. returned from for some papers, which were sent out by .
met about 4 p. m. and accused him of seeking Josephs life, made use of some very insulting language in reply, when a scuffle ensued during which a letter dropped out of s hat, which stated that there were 70 of the mob ready in to come upon to night.
It is currently reported that the mob intend to make a rush on the Jail to night.