Brigham Young, Testimony, 1 July 1843 [Extradition of JS for Treason]
, Testimony, [, Hancock Co., IL], 1 July 1843, Extradition of JS for Treason (Nauvoo, IL, Municipal Court 1843). Copied [6 July 1843]; handwriting of ; signature of by ; docket by , [, Hancock Co., IL, 6 July 1843]; docket by , ca.  July 1843; notation by , ca.  July 1843; four pages; Nauvoo, IL, Records, CHL.
this also said God damn them see how well they feel now— also said he had authority to make what treaties he pleased & the would sanction it— The He also stated that he never transgressed any of the laws of and he never knew a Latter day Saint break a law while there— He also said that if they would search the records of , or Counties they could not find one record of crime against a Latter day Saint, or even in so far as knew