Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 3, 6 May 1845–13 January 1846

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their part to arrest or prosecute such citizens will inevitably lead to a renewal of the late disorders.
11. Resolved, That the Judge of this Judicial Circuit be requested not to hold any court in this fall, with a view to prevent unnecessary excitement and collision in said county, which might inflame the passions of its citizens and so endanger its peace; it being well known that the unpleasant difficulties already existing there have entirely prevented the due, impartial administration of justice.
12. Resolved, That this meeting deem it proper to recommend that a small military force be stationed in until next spring to prevent depredations upon private property, [p. [59]]
their part to arrest or prosecute such citizens will inevitably lead to a renewal of the late disorders.
11. Resolved, That the Judge of this Judicial Circuit be requested not to hold any court in this fall, with a view to prevent unnecessary excitement and collision in said county, which might inflame the passions of its citizens and so endanger its peace; it being well known that the unpleasant difficulties already existing there have entirely prevented the due, impartial administration of justice.
12. Resolved, That this meeting deem it proper to recommend that a small military force be stationed in until next spring to prevent depredations upon private property, [p. [59]]
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