Nauvoo Relief Society Minute Book

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day of salvation[”] &c.
Motion’d, that this meeting adjourn to next  week, thursday, ten o’clock— A M.
The meeting then arose and was dismiss’d by  prayer by .—
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24 March 1842 • Thursday

Minutes of the proceedings
of the
Second Meeting of the
.
Lodge Room
March 24th 1842.
Meeting open’d with singing “How pleas’d  and blest was I” &c.— Prayer by Prest. .
Prest. then rose and said that measures  to promote union in this Society must be carefully  attended to— that every member should be held in  full fellowship— as a society, hop’d they would divest  themselves of every jealousy and evil feeling toward  each other, if any such existed— that we should bring our  conduct into respectability, here & eveery where else— said  she rejoic’d in the prospect before her——.
Prest. continued by saying, that those wishing  to join the Society could have the privilege—
Mov’d, seconded & unanimously carried that  the following persons be receiv’d as members of this  Society— to wit.
K [blank] [Catherine]Walker, Jane Law
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day of salvation” &c.
Motion’d, that this meeting adjourn to next week, thursday, ten o’clock— A M.
The meeting then arose and was dismiss’d by prayer by .—
[5 lines blank]

24 March 1842 • Thursday

Minutes of the proceedings
of the
Second Meeting of the
.
Lodge Room
March 24th 1842.
Meeting open’d with singing “How pleas’d and blest was I” &c.— Prayer by Prest. .
Prest. then rose and said that measures to promote union in this Society must be carefully attended to— that every member should be held in full fellowship— as a society, hop’d they would divest themselves of every jealousy and evil feeling toward each other, if any such existed— that we should bring our conduct into respectability, here & eveery where else— said she rejoic’d in the prospect before her——.
Prest. continued by saying, that those wishing to join the Society could have the privilege—
Mov’d, seconded & unanimously carried that the following persons be receiv’d as members of this Society— to wit.
K [blank] CatherineWalker, Jane Law
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