History Draft [6 August 1838–30 December 1839]

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1839
1 January 1839 • Tuesday
<​Januay 1​> <​1​> <​Tuesday— Jarney 1​> 1839 dawnd upon us as prisoners of hope, but not as sons of Liberty. O Columbia! Columbia! how art thou fallen. “The land of the free, the home of the brave,” “the assylum of the oprressed” oppressing thy noblest sons. in a Loathesom dunge<​ns​> without any provocation, only that they have dared to worship the God of their fathers, according to his own word, & the dictates of their own consci[e]nces. and his companions in tribulation still were still held in bondage in their doleful prison in
7 January 1839 • Monday
<​A[nson] Call assaultd​> <​7​> Monday 7th. Anson Call retund [returned] to his farm on the X Call. Statem[e]nts pa 3) bruised, & from that time gave up all hopes of securing any of his property.
8 January 1839 • Tuesday
<​Wind in .​> <​8​> Tuesday 8. About this time & Ireland was visited by a tremendous storm of wind from the N. West. which unroofed houses and blew down many houses in the cities & on in the country, doing much damage to the shipping. Many hundred were tund [turned] out of doors & ma[n]y lives lost on the land. & sea, and <​a​> immense amou[n]t of popety [property] dest[r]oyed. Such a wind had not been witn[e]ssed by anyone living, and some began to think that the judgm[e]nts were about to follow the preaching
10 January 1839 • Thursday
<​Resolutin. of Legislatue.—​> <​10​> Thurday 10th. “Resolved # (Doc 4) agre[e]d to.”
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16 January 1839 • Wednesday
<​Bill for Investigation​> <​16​> Wednesday 16[th] Mr Turner, from the joint select committee introdu[ce]d a bill to the senate “X Doc “a bill X (Doc 4) .” This bill consisted of 23 sections. “1st a joint ϕ (Doc 4, 5,) Representativ[e]s” The Bill further provided that the committe[e] should meet at . Ray Co.— on the first Monday in May; and thereafter at such times & places as th[e]y should appoint: that they should choose a chairm[a]n, Clerk. Sergea[n]t at arms, & assistants; should issue Suppoenas and other pocesses: administer oaths: keep a record: furnish rooms: pay witnesses $1,50, per day out of [p. 43]
1839
1 January 1839 • Tuesday
Januay 1 Tuesday— Jarney 1 1839 dawnd upon us as prisoners of hope, but not as sons of Liberty. O Columbia! Columbia! how art thou fallen. “The land of the free, the home of the brave,” “the assylum of the oprressed” oppressing thy noblest sons. in a Loathesom dungens without any provocation, only that they have dared to worship the God of their fathers, according to his own word, & the dictates of their own consciences. and his companions in tribulation were still held in bondage in their doleful prison in
7 January 1839 • Monday
Anson Call assaultd 7 Monday 7th. Anson Call retund [returned] to his farm on the X Call. Statements pa 3) bruised, & from that time gave up all hopes of securing any of his property.
8 January 1839 • Tuesday
Wind in . 8 Tuesday 8. About this time & Ireland was visited by a tremendous storm of wind from the N. West. which unroofed and blew down many houses in the cities & in the country, doing much damage to the shipping. Many hundred were tund [turned] out of doors & many lives lost on the land. & sea, and a immense amount of popety property destroyed. Such a wind had not been witnessed by anyone living, and some began to think that the judgments were about to follow the preaching
10 January 1839 • Thursday
Resolutin. of Legislatue.— 10 Thurday 10th. “Resolved # (Doc 4) agreed to.”
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16 January 1839 • Wednesday
Bill for Investigation 16 Wednesday 16[th] Mr Turner, from the joint select committee introduced to the senate “a bill X (Doc 4) .” This bill consisted of 23 sections. “1st a joint ϕ (Doc 4, 5,) Representatives” The Bill further provided that the committee should meet at . Ray Co.— on the first Monday in May; and thereafter at such times & places as they should appoint: that they should choose a chairman, Clerk. Sergeant at arms, & assistants; issue Suppoenas and other pocesses: administer oaths: keep a record: furnish rooms: pay witnesses $1,50, per day out of [p. 43]
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