Account of Hearing, 8 May 1844 [F. M. Higbee v. JS–A on Habeas Corpus]

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I will make one statet. in our conv[ersatio]n. with — I told that one charge was lead sedg. young women & leadg. young men into difficulty he adm[itte]d. it if he had let young men & women alone it wod. be better for him—— this was either the day bef. or the day after
swore that he rec[ollecte]d. about the conversatn.— but not very distinctly X I recollect that he ackd. to J. S. that he was guilty of the charges prefd. agt. him
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I will make one statet. in our conversation. with — I told that one charge was sedg. young women & leadg. young men into difficulty he admitted. it if he had let young men & women alone it wod. be better for him—— this was either the day bef. or the day after
swore that he recollected. about the conversatn.— but not very distinctly X I recollect that he ackd. to J. S. that he was guilty of the charges prefd. agt. him
adjd. for 1½ hour [2/3 page blank] [p. [6b]]
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