History, 1838–1856, volume E-1 [1 July 1843–30 April 1844]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<​1843 Sepr. 6​> whose name stands first, on the list of each committee to act as Chairman, and that all communications from the other committees, or from any other source, shall be added
The following gentlemen were then appointed by the Chair, as Committees in the several precincts, to-wit:
In Green Plains— Edson Whitney, and .
Bear creek, and Andrew Moore.
Chili— Stephen Owen, and Arthur Morgan.
Augusta— Wm. D. Abernethy, and Alex. Oliver.
Saint Marys— William Darnell, and Daul. Beaver.
— Thomas Geddis, and S[tephen] H. Tyler.
La Harpe— Jesse Gilmer, and Chas. Comstock.
Camp creek— Jas. Graham and Thomas Harris.
Appanooce— Jno. Mc.Cauley, and Jno. R. Atherton.
Montebello— Samuel Steel, and Benj. B. Gates.
and
On Motion of , Col. Root of , was added to the Central Corresponding Committee, at .
On motion of Henry Newton Esq.
Resolved, That the Central Committee of Correspondence, act as a general Committee of Supervision, and in case of a contingency occurring, requiring aid that they immediately call on the precinct committees, and upon all others favorable to our cause, to furnish such aid as the exigency of the case may require.
On motion of Chas. C. Stevens, the following Resolutions were unanimously adopted.
Resolved, That the President of this meeting be requested to communicate with the of , and respectfully request him to make another demand upon the authorities of this , for the body of of Joseph Smith, commonly called the Mormon Prophet; and in the event of a requisition and an order, for his arrest, and delivery to the proper officers of the State of , we offer our services to enforce said order— and pledge ourselves to sustain the supremacy of the laws, at all hazards, and under all circumstances.
Resolved, That a copy of the proceedings of this meeting, be forwarded to the Publisher of the Message, Whig, and Herald, for publication, with a request to them to add a note soliciting all Editors friendly to our cause, in this , and , to copy.
It was moved and seconded, that this meeting adjourn, subject to the call of the Central Corresponding Committee.
Edson Whitney, Chairman.
W. D. Abernethy, Sec’y.
Editors throughout , , , friendly to the Anti-Mormon cause, are requested to publish the proceedings in to-days paper, of a meeting held at on the 6th. inst. -[Page 1714]-
Addenda • 19 February 1844
<​1844 Feb 19​> A Conference was held in Halifax, Halifax Co. Nova Scotia, Elder Robert Dickson President. Two branches were represented, consisting of 30 members, 3 Elders, 1 Priest, 1 Teacher, and 2 Deacons -[Page 1895]- [p. 7 [addenda]]
1843 Sepr. 6 whose name stands first, on the list of each committee to act as Chairman, and that all communications from the other committees, or from any other source, shall be added
The following gentlemen were then appointed by the Chair, as Committees in the several precincts, to-wit:
In Green Plains— Edson Whitney, and .
Bear creek, and Andrew Moore.
Chili— Stephen Owen, and Arthur Morgan.
Augusta— Wm. D. Abernethy, and Alex. Oliver.
Saint Marys— William Darnell, and Daul. Beaver.
— Thomas Geddis, and Stephen H. Tyler.
La Harpe— Jesse Gilmer, and Chas. Comstock.
Camp creek— Jas. Graham and Thomas Harris.
Appanooce— Jno. Mc.Cauley, and Jno. R. Atherton.
Montebello— Samuel Steel, and Benj. B. Gates.
and
On Motion of , Col. Root of , was added to the Central Corresponding Committee, at .
On motion of Henry Newton Esq.
Resolved, That the Central Committee of Correspondence, act as a general Committee of Supervision, and in case of a contingency occurring, requiring aid that they immediately call on the precinct committees, and upon all others favorable to our cause, to furnish such aid as the exigency of the case may require.
On motion of Chas. C. Stevens, the following Resolutions were unanimously adopted.
Resolved, That the President of this meeting be requested to communicate with the of , and respectfully request him to make another demand upon the authorities of this , for the body of Joseph Smith, commonly called the Mormon Prophet; and in the event of a requisition and an order, for his arrest, and delivery to the proper officers of the State of , we offer our services to enforce said order— and pledge ourselves to sustain the supremacy of the laws, at all hazards, and under all circumstances.
Resolved, That a copy of the proceedings of this meeting, be forwarded to the Publisher of the Message, Whig, and Herald, for publication, with a request to them to add a note soliciting all Editors friendly to our cause, in this , and , to copy.
It was moved and seconded, that this meeting adjourn, subject to the call of the Central Corresponding Committee.
Edson Whitney, Chairman.
W. D. Abernethy, Sec’y.
Editors throughout , , , friendly to the Anti-Mormon cause, are requested to publish the proceedings in to-days paper, of a meeting held at on the 6th. inst. -[Page 1714]-
Addenda • 19 February 1844
1844 Feb 19 A Conference was held in Halifax, Halifax Co. Nova Scotia, Elder Robert Dickson President. Two branches were represented, consisting of 30 members, 3 Elders, 1 Priest, 1 Teacher, and 2 Deacons -[Page 1895]- [p. 7 [addenda]]
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