History Draft [6 August 1838–30 December 1839]

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<​Aug. 8th​> he would not sign it but said he would write one himself, to our satisfaction & sign it. which he did as follows.
<​’s Agreement.​> “I ,—— (see Appeal 20th Page) —— J. P”
and we left him in peace Hoping he would abide his own decison and support the Law, we left him in peace & returnd to ’s. at . In the evening some of the citizns of the , from Mill Port called on us, and we agreed to meet some of the principal men of the in Council, at the next day at 12. noon.
<​Camp.——​> The camp still continued their labors in <​​>. Many were sick and evil spirits were striving to trouble the brethren, , Carter, Pettingil, & Perry & others spent the evening in walking through the tents rebuking diseases & foul spirits,— & stan[d]ing between the saints & the destroyer. Bro Boynton’s child died, & many were healed.
9 August 1838 • Thursday
<​Agreement for peace at ​> <​Thursday 9.​> The committe. met at assembled at at 12— according to previus appointment, viz, on the part of the citzens. Senator Elect; John Williams, representative Elect; Clerk of the Circuit Court, & others: on the part of the Saints , , , . & othes.— At this meeting both parties enterd into a covenant of peace, to preserve each others rights, & stand in their defence; that if men should do wrong neithir party should uphold them or endeavur to screen them from justice, but deliver up all offenders to be dealt with according to law & justice. The assembly dispersed on these frndy [friendly] terms, Myself & frieds returning to , where we arrivd about 12 o’clk midnight, and fou[n]d all quiet.
10 August 1838 • Friday
<​Friday 10​> Friday 10th.. Being somewhat fatigued, I spent the day with my family, doing <​transacting​> but little business.
<​camp.​> Sickness continued in the camp. ’s child deid. Elder Tyler was healed by the prayer of faith.—
The Spirit of Mobocracy continued to stalk abroad, notwithstanding all our treaties of peace, as will be seen by the following affidavit.
<​’s Affidavit​> “State of Missouri)
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Personally appeard &c.—— (Here insert s affidavit. <​&​>)
the above was also sworn to by Wm Bowman Wilson M Kinney & John Netherton. <​So it is that​> When men’s hearts become [p. 4]
Aug. 8th he would not sign it but said he would write one himself, to our satisfaction & sign it. which he did as follows.
’s Agreement. “I ,—— (see Appeal 20th Page) —— J. P”
Hoping he would abide his own decison and support the Law, we left him in peace & returnd to ’s. at . In the evening some of the citizns of the , from Mill Port called on us, and we agreed to meet some of the principal men of the in Council, at the next day at 12. noon.
Camp.—— The camp still continued their labors in . Many were sick and evil spirits were striving to trouble the brethren, , Carter, Pettingil, & Perry spent the evening in walking through the tents rebuking diseases & foul spirits,— & standing between the saints & the destroyer. Bro Boynton’s child died, & many were healed.
9 August 1838 • Thursday
Agreement for peace at Thursday 9. The committe. assembled at at 12— according to previus appointment, viz, on the part of the citzens. Senator Elect; John Williams, representative Elect; Clerk of the Circuit Court, & others: on the part of the Saints , , , . & othes.— At this meeting both parties enterd into a covenant of peace, to preserve each others rights, & stand in their defence; that if men should do wrong neithir party should uphold them or endeavur to screen them from justice, but deliver up all offenders to be dealt with according to law & justice. The assembly dispersed on these frndy [friendly] terms, Myself & frieds returning to , where we arrivd about midnight, and found all quiet.
10 August 1838 • Friday
10 Friday 10th.. Being somewhat fatigued, I spent the day with my family, transacting but little business.
camp. Sickness continued in the camp. ’s child deid. Elder Tyler was healed by the prayer of faith.—
The Spirit of Mobocracy continued to stalk abroad, notwithstanding all our treaties of peace, as will be seen by the following affidavit.
’s Affidavit “State of Missouri)
)
Personally appeard &c.—— (Here insert s affidavit. &)
the above was also sworn to by Wm Bowman Wilson M Kinney & John Netherton. So it is that When men’s hearts become [p. 4]
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