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

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when the court opend Joseph was with his Atorny in his office retsed [rested] while the Docket was reading at the close of the reading— The Marshall waited on 7 Ladies who took their seats beside the The state Attorney requested the case to be continud till tomorrow mor[n]ing out of respect to the officers of State & of the of Wednesday morning was set for trial.— Esqr moveed to file some objections to facts set forth in the Habus Corpus—— Joseph smith is not a fugitive from Justice. was not in — [p. 36]
when the court opend Joseph was with his Atorny in his office retsed [rested] while the Docket was reading at the close of the reading— The Marshall waited on 7 Ladies who took their seats beside the The state Attorney requested the case to be continud till tomorrow morning out of respect to the officers of State & of the of — Wednesday morning was set for trial.— Esqr moveed to file some objections to facts set forth in the Habus Corpus—— Joseph smith is not a fugitive from Justice. was not in — [p. 36]
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