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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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upset on the Hill but no one hurt.— I rode on horseback all day <​the​> way (Joe Dunkin.) found sick on my retu[r]n.—
while at. s offerd some insulti[n]g Language concern[in]g me to who resented it nobly as a frie[n]d ought to do.— when seeing it turnd out of doors—
. . Rollosson & Higb[e]s— were on the hill when I passed as it was afterw[ar]ds repo[r]ted. by Flack.— gathe[re]d their pistols & hor[s]es & were in before me except .—
Samuel Smith. of Montobello [Montebello].— he[ar]d. at five in th[e] morni[n]g that I had been taken prisonr— to . by Mob.— imm[e]diately gathe[re]d a co[mpany]— of 25 men & and arrivd at about the time I did.— for the pupoe [purpose] of assisting me.— [p. [137]]
upset on the Hill but no one hurt.— I rode on horseback all the way (Joe Dunkin.) found sick on my return.—
while at. s offerd some insulting Language concerning me to who resented it nobly as a friend ought to do.— when seeing it turnd out of doors—
. . Rollosson & Higbes— were on the hill when I passed as it was afterwards reported. by Flack.— gathered their pistols & horses & were in before me except .—
Samuel Smith. of Montobello [Montebello].— heard. at five in the morning that I had been taken prisonr— to . by Mob.— immediately gathered a company— of 25 men & and arrivd at about the time I did.— for the pupoe [purpose] of assisting me.— [p. [137]]
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