Minutes, 5–6 September 1840

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purchased four suits at the same place, besides dresses and cloths for their families in profusion.
2nd For having stated that Joseph Smith jr, and had stated that they were worth $100.000 each while they were at & that Joseph Smith jr had reported <​repeated​> the same thing statement while at and for stating that had stated that he also, was worth as much as they (iE) 100,000
3nd For holding secret Council in the , in , and for locking the doors of the , for the purpose of prohibiting certain brethren, in good standing, in the , from being in the Council. thereby depriving them the use of the .
Two were appointed to speak on the case, namely (7) (8) .
adjourned till the 6th of Sept at 2’ o’clock
Sept. 6th 1840. Council met according to adjournment. When the evidences were all heard on the case pending and the council closed on both sides the parties spoke at length after which J. Smith jr withdrew the [p. 77]
purchased four suits at the same place, besides dresses and cloths for their families in profusion.
2nd For having stated that Joseph Smith jr, and had stated that they were worth $100.000 each while they were at & that Joseph Smith jr had repeated the same statement while at and for stating that had stated that he also, was worth as much as they (iE) 100,000
3nd For holding secret Council in the , in , and for locking the doors of the , for the purpose of prohibiting certain brethren, in good standing, in the , from being in the Council. thereby depriving them the use of the .
Two were appointed to speak on the case, namely (7) (8) .
adjourned till the 6th of Sept at 2’ o’clock
Sept. 6th 1840. Council met according to adjournment. When the evidences were all heard on the case pending and the council closed on both sides the parties spoke at length after which J. Smith jr withdrew the [p. 77]
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