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

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with the remarks of , but he thinks it is difficult for this people to know what the enemies want to accomplish by their writs. He then asked council of this kingdom concerning the difficulties in the branch at , on account of the writs served on them by the mob. He wanted to know whether they should stand their trial and lay themselves liable to be sent to the penetentiary, or shall they try to have the trial put over, or shall the brethren go away and forfeit the bail.
said in regard to s suggestion, if officers come here with writs, professing to be for civil processes &c and then show something else for a criminal prosecution, he moved that we be ready also to show them something to let them know that we shall not [p. [331]]
with the remarks of , but he thinks it is difficult for this people to know what the enemies want to accomplish by their writs. He then asked council of this kingdom concerning the difficulties in the branch at , on account of the writs served on them by the mob. He wanted to know whether they should stand their trial and lay themselves liable to be sent to the penetentiary, or shall they try to have the trial put over, or shall the brethren go away and forfeit the bail.
said in regard to s suggestion, if officers come here with writs, professing to be for civil processes &c and then show something else for a criminal prosecution, he moved that we be ready also to show them something to let them know that we shall not [p. [331]]
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