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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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I have treated you honorably.— I shall testify no further at pres[e]nt.—
<​Joseph​> Justic[e] did I ever make oath before you agai[n]st — not before the prosecution
<​Joseph​> Told the whole story—
A[ndrew] Colton come up on Habus [habeas] corpus and was discharged on the insuffici[e]ncy of the papers.
after which. Joseph pref[er]red the following charge against Bro — “for unchristin like conduct in general. for abusing my character privately. for throwing out slanderous insinuation agist [against] [p. [85]]
I have treated you honorably.— I shall testify no further at present.—
Joseph Justice did I ever make oath before you against — not before the prosecution
Joseph Told the whole story—
Andrew Colton come up on Habus [habeas] corpus and was discharged on the insufficiency of the papers.
after which. Joseph preferred the following charge against Bro — “for unchristin like conduct in general. for abusing my character privately. for throwing out slanderous insinuation agist [against] [p. [85]]
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