Letterbook 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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of the house of Israel; proving in a short but con vincing manner, from the Bible, Book of Mormon and  the book of Doctrine and Covenants, that these things  must take place, and that the time had nearly  arrived for their accompleshment.
On motion, resolved, that Conference adjourn  until to morrow morning at 9 o’clock.
Tuesday morning— Conference met pursuant  to adjournment. A Hymn was sung by the choir and  the Throne of grace was addressed by Elder
Brother D. W. Roger’s Case was then called up.
When after considerable observations, and explan ations it was
On motion, resolved, that Brother D. W. Rogers  be forgiven and that the hand of fellowship be cont[i]n ued towards him.
Conference adjourned for one hour.
Conference met pursuant to adjournment.  A Hymn was sung by the choir and prayer was mad[e]  by Elder .
The President called upon the to read  the report of the First Presidency and High Council  with regard to their proceedings in purchasing lands  and securing a place of gathering for the saints.
The report having been read, the President made  some observations respecting the pecunary affairs of  the Church, and requested the brethren to step for ward and assist in liquidating the debts on the   plot, so that the poor might have an inheritance
The president then gave an account of their  mission to — the treatment they recei ved and the action of the Senate on the memorial  which was presented before them.
The meeting then called for the reading the  memorial, and the report of the committee on the  Judiciary, to whom they same was refferred.
Which were read. [p. 203]
of the house of Israel; proving in a short but convincing manner, from the Bible, Book of Mormon and the book of Doctrine and Covenants, that these things must take place, and that the time had nearly arrived for their accompleshment.
On motion, resolved, that Conference adjourn until to morrow morning at 9 o’clock.
Tuesday morning— Conference met pursuant to adjournment. A Hymn was sung by the choir and the Throne of grace was addressed by Elder
Brother D. W. Roger’s Case was then called up.
When after considerable observations, and explanations it was
On motion, resolved, that Brother D. W. Rogers be forgiven and that the hand of fellowship be continued towards him.
Conference adjourned for one hour.
Conference met pursuant to adjournment. A Hymn was sung by the choir and prayer was made by Elder .
The President called upon the to read the report of the First Presidency and High Council with regard to their proceedings in purchasing lands and securing a place of gathering for the saints.
The report having been read, the President made some observations respecting the pecunary affairs of the Church, and requested the brethren to step forward and assist in liquidating the debts on the plot, so that the poor might have an inheritance
The president then gave an account of their mission to — the treatment they received and the action of the Senate on the memorial which was presented before them.
The meeting then called for the reading the memorial, and the report of the committee on the Judiciary, to whom the same was refferred.
Which were read. [p. 203]
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