Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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fuse and powder— a boat was coming dow[n] and the messinger was waiting to go to . collected 50 or 60 dollars
continu[e]d his speech.— when soc[i]ety was first organizd they fou[n]d themselves without Legislatur congress house of Lords or anything of the kind.— except evry mans was Lord over his own house.
diffi[c]ulties began to contend and combine together in Govennts [governments].— bye & bye som 2 or th[r]ee requ[es]ted they might return to th[e]ir original— customs and the Governm[en]t said they might.— this is the situati[o]n of this . in the main. <​we asked for a cha[r]ter &c​>
Of Gen Smith. some are afraid. <​&​> think it doubtful about. his election. & like the Ostrich stick their heads under a bush & leave their bodi[e]s out.— and we can all see th[e]m and. after this it will a bye word th[a]t man is an Ostrich, who hides his head in this cause [p. [21]]
fuse and powder— a boat was coming down and the messinger was waiting to go to . collected 50 or 60 dollars
continued his speech.— when society was first organizd they found themselves without Legislatur congress house of Lords or anything of the kind.— evry mans was Lord over his own house.
difficulties began to contend and combine together in Govennts governments.— bye & bye som 2 or three requested they might return to their original— customs and the Government said they might.— this is the situation of this . in the main. we asked for a charter &c
Of Gen Smith. some are afraid. & think it doubtful about. his election. & like the Ostrich stick their heads under a bush & leave their bodies out.— and we can all see them and. after this it will a bye word that man is an Ostrich, who hides his head in this cause [p. [21]]
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