Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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name is are —— when the city had passd an ordnanc [ordinance] to tax steam boats. He goes and tells th[e] captains of the steam boats that he owned the landing. and they need need not to pax [pay] tax— and I am determnd to use up such men if they will not stop their oppositi[o]n If this is not true. Let him come forward & throw of[f] the inputation [imputation].— when they people appeal to I will appeal to this people— the highest court— I despise the La[w]yers who ha[n]g on these law suits.—
. & say they own the wharfs. but the own the wharrf—— 64 ft— fr[o]m high water mark from to the no[r]thern limits of the .— [p. [11]]
name are —— when the city had passd an ordnanc ordinance to tax steam boats. He goes and tells the captains of the steam boats that he owned the landing. and they need need not to pax pay tax— and I am determnd to use up such men if they will not stop their opposition If this is not true. Let him come forward & throw off the inputation [imputation].— when they appeal to I will appeal to this people— the highest court— I despise the Lawyers who hang on these law suits.—
. & say they own the wharfs. but the own the wharrf—— 64 ft— from high water mark from to the northern limits of the .— [p. [11]]
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