Journal, March–September 1838

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Just as the Lord has said in a revelation to us  Given July 8th 1838,
In the after part of the day a meeting was held in the   as follows
At meeting of the Citizens of  assembled in the City , The meeting was  called to order, by Calling Judge to the Chair  and appointing Secretary
After some remarks made by the Chairman relative  to the object of this meeting, the resignation of  the present Post Master , and in  appointing his successor
Mr. was nominated seconded  and Carried unanymously to succeed in the post office department, and that  he be recommended to the Post Master Gen. as  the person of our choice, as citizens of this  , and also worthy of our sufferage
Dated Mo. August 6th 1838—
. Secretary.
Cha[i]r.
Minutes • 6 August 1838
August 6th. 1838.  This afternoon the citizens  of assembled in the  in the S. W. qr. of the Town,
The meeting was opened by Calling Judge to the Chair, and appointing Secretary
<1st.> Whereupon it was unanymously agreed that the  Citizens of the Counties of & [p. 64]
Just as the Lord has said in a revelation to us Given July 8th 1838,
In the after part of the day a meeting was held in the as follows
At meeting of the Citizens of assembled in the City , The meeting was called to order, by Calling Judge to the Chair and appointing Secretary
After some remarks made by the Chairman relative to the object of this meeting, the resignation of the present Post Master , and in appointing his successor
Mr. was nominated seconded and Carried unanymously to succeed in the post office department, and that he be recommended to the Post Master Gen. as the person of our choice, as citizens of this , and also worthy of our sufferage
Dated Mo. August 6th 1838—
. Secretary.
Chair.
Minutes • 6 August 1838
August 6th. 1838. This afternoon the citizens of assembled in the in the S. W. qr. of the Town,
The meeting was opened by Calling Judge to the Chair, and appointing Secretary
1st. Whereupon it was unanymously agreed that the Citizens of the Counties of & [p. 64]
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