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

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and if acquitted or bou[n]d over. would allay all excitement or cut off all legal pretext for a mob— & he would be bou[n]d to <​to order th[e]m to​> keep th[e] peace.—
wrote a letter to Adjutant Gen of Legi[o]n to. gov carry Letter to the he declind going.——
Receved Letter from this date and answ[ere]d it.— [8 lines blank] [p. [159]]
and if acquitted or bound over. would allay all excitement or cut off all legal pretext for a mob— & he would be bound to to order them to keep the peace.—
wrote a letter to Adjutant Gen of Legion to. carry Letter to the he declind going.——
Receved Letter from this date and answered it.— [8 lines blank] [p. [159]]
Page [159]