History Draft [1 July–31 December 1842]

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<​9​> In the house of Represen Mr Davis of Bond Co— introduced a resolution <​to the House of Representatives at ​> concerning the charter of , & urged its repeal, in a Mr Hicks was in favor of “having the state arms taken from the mormons.” thought “they had no more than their quota.” -[The arms referred to consisted of 3 cannon <​or​> 6 pounders, & a few score of muskets, swords, & pistols, which were furnished by the to , for the supply of her militia for common defense, of which, the had received but a small portion to which it was Entitled]-
My Brothe[r] , Representative of <​colleague​> with made the following speech <​in the House​> in reply to Mr Owen Davis, Mr Speaker (Wasp 145) fathers.—
10 December 1842 • Saturday
<​10​> Saturday 10. In todays this days paper, gave his valedictory resigning the Editorship of the Wasp to Mr .
13 December 1842 • Tuesday
<​13​> Tuesday 13,— I continued to chop & haul wood & attend to my domestic concerns, and my delegation arrived at about 3 <​oclock​> this P.M. & found the repeal of the Charter in a high state of agitation, in the Legislature.
14 December 1842 • Wednesday
<​14​> Wednesday 14 at 4 P.M. My delegation to having made affidavit that I was in on the 6 of May last, & consequently could not have been concerned in the attempted assassination of , & also having prepared a petition to to revoke the writ of , & proclamation of for my arrest.— called on <​at 4 P.M.​> by their own selection, viz , & , in co with , US District attorney, who read his communication to Elder , Esqr. of the 20th of Octr; my petition to revoke & countermand s writ, & proclamation; & the affidavit of . replied in reply (LL. 213) charters in the state.
15 December 1842 • Thursday
<​15​> T[h]ursday 15. My delegates at continued to prosecute my D one the 16th. the brethern where into arraingment received his discharge in case of Bankruptcy. & every arrangement was made with whereby I was equally entitled to a discharge but was put off with a plea that he must write to <​the office at​> before it could be granted.
17 December 1842 • Saturday
<​17​> Saturday 17 <​Saturday 17​>,— “ (s Letter) .” “ (s Letter) ” “City of ( Letter) ” [p. 18]
9 Mr Davis of Bond Co— introduced a resolution to the House of Representatives at concerning the charter of , & urged its repeal, Mr Hicks was in favor of “having the state arms taken from the mormons.” thought “they had no more than their quota.” -[The arms referred to consisted of 3 cannon or 6 pounders, & a few score of muskets, swords, & pistols, which were furnished by the to , for the supply of her militia for common defense, of which, the had received but a small portion to which it was Entitled]-
My Brother , Representative of colleague with made the following speech in the House in reply to Mr Davis, Mr Speaker (Wasp 145) fathers.—
10 December 1842 • Saturday
10 Saturday 10. In this days paper, gave his valedictory resigning the Editorship of the Wasp to Mr .
13 December 1842 • Tuesday
13 Tuesday 13,— I continued to chop & haul wood & attend to my domestic concerns, and my delegation arrived at about 3 oclock this P.M. & found the repeal of the Charter in a high state of agitation, in the Legislature.
14 December 1842 • Wednesday
14 Wednesday 14 My delegation to having made affidavit that I was in on the 6 of May last, & consequently could not have been concerned in the attempted assassination of , & also having prepared a petition to to revoke the writ & proclamation of for my arrest.— called on at 4 P.M. by their own selection, viz , & , in co with , US District attorney, who read his communication to , Esqr. of the 20th of Octr; my petition to revoke & countermand s writ, & proclamation; & the affidavit of . in reply (LL. 213) charters in the state.
15 December 1842 • Thursday
15 Thursday 15. My delegates at continued to prosecute my D one the 16th. received his discharge in case of Bankruptcy. & every arrangement was made with whereby I was equally entitled to a discharge but was put off with a plea that he must write the office at before it could be granted.
17 December 1842 • Saturday
17 Saturday 17,— “ (s Letter) .” “ (s Letter) ” “City of ( Letter) ” [p. 18]
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