Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July 1843–29 February 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and told me to go away.
All our wronged wrongs have arisen under the power and authority of democra[c]y and I have swron [sworn] that I will this arm shall fall from my shoulder and. this tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth. before I will vote for them. unless they make me satisfacti[o]n I & I feel it sensibly.—
I was abused and neglected at the ground. <​and there was not a man in the crowd to say— this is Bro Joseph this is th[e] Mayor—​>
then spoke of the grog shops and the disturbance of the crowd in the street by grocery.
Warned the grog shops to be scarce after this time and the [p. [53]]
and told me to go away.
All our wrongs have arisen under the power and authority of democracy and I have swron [sworn] that this arm shall fall from my shoulder and. this tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth. before I will vote for them. unless they make me satisfaction & I feel it sensibly.—
I was abused and neglected at the ground. and there was not a man in the crowd to say— this is Bro Joseph this is the Mayor—
then spoke of the grog shops and the disturbance of the crowd in the street by grocery.
Warned the grog shops to be scarce after this time and the [p. [53]]
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