Appendix 3: Willard Richards, Journal Excerpt, 23–27 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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court acknowlidged the admissi[o]n and ordered cognizances at 5 P.M Most of the brethren left for after Joseph Smith . . . . William . . . . . & . had given bonds, 5 in each bond, 15 in all. with sur[e]ties in the sum of $500. each— $7500.00
about 1/2 past 7 the breth[r]en left for and Joseph & went into the Room and spoke with him, the had promised an interviw. after a moments conversation. left for a moment to order the Capt of the guard. to give the brethren some pass—— & we went to supper— Ju[s]t before. [p. [25]]
court acknowlidged the admission and ordered cognizances at 5 P.M Most of the brethren left for after Joseph Smith . . . . . . . . . & . had given bonds, 5 in each bond, 15 in all. with sureties in the sum of $500. each— $7500.00
about 1/2 past 7 the brethren left for and Joseph & went into the Room and spoke with him, the had promised an interviw. after a moments conversation. left for a moment to order the Capt of the guard. to give the brethren some pass—— & we went to supper— Just before. [p. [25]]
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