Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

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continued on the writ & proclamation said that Judge would close the court on the marrow [morrow].— had continud it 2 or 3 days on account of Joseph’s case, & he should try the case on its Merits & not on any technicality. When Entered the Secretary’s office. [Lyman] Trumbull asked him if he had the writ? He replied with a smile it will be forth coming.
It was decided by the council that the old writ should be had if possible in the morning by some one beside . Joseph be arrestd thereon. & by brought [p. 14]
continued on the writ & proclamation said that Judge would close the court on the marrow [morrow].— had continud it 2 or 3 days on account of Joseph’s case, & he should try the case on its Merits & not on any technicality. When Entered the Secretary’s office. Lyman Trumbull asked him if he had the writ? He replied with a smile it will be forth coming.
It was decided by the council that the old writ should be had if possible in the morning by some one beside . Joseph be arrestd thereon. & by brought [p. 14]
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