The The Testimony presetd the committee of invstigatin before refered to was the orders—s Report. & the report of the exparte trial at . and a lot of papers sign[e]d by no-body. Giv[e]n to no-body, & directed to no-body, any contain[in]g anything <> our enemies were disposed to write. The High X (H.C. 175, 6) Clerk, High
<2000 dollars> The appropriated 2000 dolla[r]s, to be distributed among the poor Mormons, Judge Camaron, Mc.Henry and others were to attended to the distribution, Judge Camaron would drive in the brethren’s hogs, (Many of which were identified,) and shoot them down in the streets, and without further bleeding, & a half dressing— they were cut up, & distributed by Mc Henry, to the poor, at a charge of 4 or 5 cts per lb, which together with a few pieces of refuse goods such as coleiaces [calicoes], at double & treble price soon consum[e]d the 2000 dollars, doing the <brethen> very little good, or in reality none, as their the property destroyed by them, was equal to what they gave <the> .
The disgraceful proceedings of the Legislature X (Pratt 110) liberties
Some time during their Session the Legislatu[r]e approp[r]iated $200.000 dollars, to pay the troops for driving the Saints out of the . Many of the State journals tried to hide the iniquity of the # (<Pratts> 110, 111,) hid.
<*, X, see page 42> <*— see P— 42—> We were sometimes (# T, & S, 6, 7) disgusting.
Thus in a land of Libirty, in the Town of , Clay Co Mo, I. and my fellow prisone[r]s, in chains. dunge[o]ns & jail Saw the close of 1838.
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