Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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President Joseph jr made a few remarks  respecting the Kirtland Bank— who was followed by  by , who gave a short history of his  travels to and
President , who was <is> president of  the high priests in Zion; represented his quorum, he  read the names of those who belonged to his quorum  the principal part of which were in good standing.
The seventies were represented by President   and .
The quorum of Elders were represented by  president Ha[r]vey Green— Their number was.  124, in good standing.
President Joseph Smith jr. next made a few  remarks on the word of wisdom, giving the  reason of its coming forth, saying it should be  observed. On motion, the Conference adjourned  for one hour.
The Conference convened, agreeable to adjourn ment, and opened by singing and prayer, after  which , represented the lesser  Priesthood, and his council.
He gave an account of the incomes and  out goes of the Church property which had  passed through his hands.
It was then motioned seconded, and carried  that the first Presidency be appointed to sign  the licences of the official members of the  Church— After which on motion, the  Conference adjourned untill the first Friday  in July next.
Joseph Smith jr.
Clerk President.
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President Joseph jr made a few remarks respecting the Kirtland Bank— who was followed by by , who gave a short history of his travels to and
President , who is president of the high priests in Zion; represented his quorum, he read the names of those who belonged to his quorum the principal part of which were in good standing.
The seventies were represented by President and .
The quorum of Elders were represented by president Harvey Green— Their number was. 124, in good standing.
President Joseph Smith jr. next made a few remarks on the word of wisdom, giving the reason of its coming forth, saying it should be observed. On motion, the Conference adjourned for one hour.
The Conference convened, agreeable to adjournment, and opened by singing and prayer, after which , represented the lesser Priesthood, and his council.
He gave an account of the incomes and out goes of the Church property which had passed through his hands.
It was then motioned seconded, and carried that the first Presidency be appointed to sign the licences of the official members of the Church— After which on motion, the Conference adjourned untill the first Friday in July next.
Joseph Smith jr.
Clerk President.
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