Minutes and Discourses, 6–8 April 1840

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persons, to be in the ; who were ordained under the hands of Alpheus Gifford, and .
Which report was accepted.
presented himself on the stand and humbly ashed [asked] forgiveness for his conduct and expressed his determination to do the will of God in future: his case was presented to the by , when it was unanimously resolved, that be forgiven, and be received into the fellowship of the church.
It was reported, that seventy five persons had been during the conference, and that upwards of fifty had been received into the of the .
President , was called upon to dissmiss the assembly.
After he had made a few observations, the conference was closed under the blessings of the . Until the first Friday in October next.
JOSEPH SMITH, jr. Pres’t.
, Clerk. [p. 95]
persons, to be in the ; who were ordained under the hands of Alpheus Gifford, and .
Which report was accepted.
presented himself on the stand and humbly ashed asked forgiveness for his conduct and expressed his determination to do the will of God in future: his case was presented to the by , when it was unanimously resolved, that be forgiven, and be received into the fellowship of the church.
It was reported, that seventy five persons had been during the conference, and that upwards of fifty had been received into the of the .
President , was called upon to dissmiss the assembly.
After he had made a few observations, the conference was closed under the blessings of the . Until the first Friday in October next.
JOSEPH SMITH, jr. Pres’t.
, Clerk. [p. 95]
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