Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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defenceless servants of God, our Prophet and our Patriarch, before the senate of that rescued one of the indicted actors in that mournful tragedy, from the of and gave him an honorable seat in her hall of legislation. And all others who were indicted by the grand jury of for the murder of Generals Joseph and , are suffered to roam at large watching for further prey.
To crown the climax of those bloody deeds, the has repealed all those chartered rights by which we might have defended ourselves against aggressors. If we defend ourselves hereafter against violence, whether it comes under the shadow of law or otherwise, (for we have reason to expect it both ways,) we shall then be charged with treason, and suffer the [p. [115]]
defenceless servants of God, our Prophet and our Patriarch, before the senate of that rescued one of the indicted actors in that mournful tragedy, from the of and gave him an honorable seat in her hall of legislation. And all others who were indicted by the grand jury of for the murder of Generals Joseph and , are suffered to roam at large watching for further prey.
To crown the climax of those bloody deeds, the has repealed all those chartered rights by which we might have defended ourselves against aggressors. If we defend ourselves hereafter against violence, whether it comes under the shadow of law or otherwise, (for we have reason to expect it both ways,) we shall then be charged with treason, and suffer the [p. [115]]
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