Lot 174 of 627:
Document...on the trial of Joseph Smith, jr., 1841  

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Document showing the testimony given before the judge of the fifth judicial circuit of the State of Missouri, on the trial of Joseph Smith, jr., and others, for high treason, and other crimes against that State. February 15, 1841.


[Washington D.C.]

[Blair & Rives]



47 pp. (8vo) 23x14.5 cm (9x5¾")  pages neatly disbound from a larger volume. 26th Congress, 2nd Session.

Testimony in the emotional trial of numerous Mormons, including Joseph Smith, Jr., "charged with several crimes of high treason against the State, murder, burglary, arson, robbery and larceny" arising out of the actions of the so-called "Danite band" or, "Daughters of Zion." This small work recounts some of the causes of the Missouri War. Sabin 83239. 

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Slight rippling to pages, toning and light scattered foxing; very good.

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