Letter to John Corrill and the Church in Missouri, 4 September 1837

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may know how to proceed to set in order & regulate the affairs of the in whenever they become disorganized The minuits are as follows;
Minuits of a assembled in committee of the whole Church on the 3rd. of Sept. 1837 9 o clock A.M. was called upon to take the minuits of the conference, then presented Joseph Smith Jr to the Church to know if they still looked upon & would still receive & uphold him as the Prest. of the whole Church And the vote was unanymous in the affirmative: Prst. Smith then presented & for his councilors and to constitute with himself the three first Prest. of the Church. Vote unanymous in the affirmative, Prest. Smith then introdused , & for assistant Councilors. These last four together with the three first are to be concidred [considered] the heads of the Church, Carried unanymously. Voted that hold his office as & continue to act as such in & that & continue to act as councilors to the The Twelve were then presented one by one When , were received unanymously in their & & were rejected & cut off though privileged with conffesing and making sattisfaction, (which was the only one present at the time) arose and endeavoured to confess, Justifying himself in <on> <in> his former conduct by reason of the failure of the Bank &c his conduct was strongly protested by Elder [p. 20]
may know how to proceed to set in order & regulate the affairs of the in whenever they become disorganized The minuits are as follows;
Minuits of a assembled in committee of the whole Church on the 3rd. of Sept. 1837 9 o clock A.M. was called upon to take the minuits of the conference, then presented Joseph Smith Jr to the Church to know if they still looked upon & would still receive & uphold him as the Prest. of the whole Church And the vote was unanymous in the affirmative: Prst. Smith then presented & for his councilors and to constitute with himself the three first Prest. of the Church. Vote unanymous in the affirmative, Prest. Smith then introdused , & for assistant Councilors. These last four together with the three first are to be concidred considered the heads of the Church, Carried unanymously. Voted that hold his office as & continue to act as such in & that & continue to act as councilors to the The Twelve were then presented one by one When , were received unanymously in their & & were rejected & cut off though privileged with conffesing and making sattisfaction, (which was the only one present at the time) arose and endeavoured to confess, Justifying himself in his former conduct by reason of the failure of the Bank &c his conduct was strongly protested by Elder [p. 20]
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