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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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I have treated you honorably.— I shall testify no further at pres[e]nt.—
<​Joseph​> Justic[e] did I ever make oath before you agai[n]st — not before the prosecution
<​Joseph​> Told the whole story—
A[ndrew] Colton come up on Habus and was discharged on the insuffici[e]ncy of the papers.
after which. Joseph pref[er]red the following charge against Bro — “for unchristin like conduct in general. for abusing my character privately. for throwing out slanderous insinuation agist [against] [p. [85]]
I have treated you honorably.— I shall testify no further at present.—
Joseph Justice did I ever make oath before you against — not before the prosecution
Joseph Told the whole story—
Andrew Colton come up on Habus and was discharged on the insufficiency of the papers.
after which. Joseph preferred the following charge against Bro — “for unchristin like conduct in general. for abusing my character privately. for throwing out slanderous insinuation agist [against] [p. [85]]
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