Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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18 April 1843 • Tuesday
Tuesday, Morning April 18,th. 9. A.M. at home. signed an appointment. to as his aid <decamp> in the Legion. conversed with &c. & went into onto the prairie,— (Twelve met a[t] presidents office) sold 130 acres of land to the English Brethren. signd an transcript of his Docket vs Dixon— 3, P,M.
<in the evening had a talk with> A <the> deligation of the [blank] Indians, who complained of having th[e]ir cattle & horses &c stolen & they were much troubled & wanted to know what they should do. they had borne their greivances patie[n]tly.— [p. [154]]
18 April 1843 • Tuesday
Tuesday, Morning April 18,th. 9. A.M. at home. signed an appointment. to as his aid decamp in the Legion. conversed with — &c. & went onto the prairie,— (Twelve met at presidents office) sold 130 acres of land to the English Brethren. signd a transcript of his Docket vs Dixon— 3, P,M.
in the evening had a talk with the deligation of the [blank] Indians, who complained of having their cattle & horses &c stolen & they were much troubled & wanted to know what they should do. they had borne their greivances patiently.— [p. [154]]
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