Recommendation from Quincy, Illinois, Branch, between 20 October and 1 November 1839

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At a public Meeting of the of the , held in the City of , Illinois, on the 20th Day of October 1839, the expression of the Church was called for, concerning the standing and Fellowship of Joseph Smith Junior, in said Church, there were present about One Hundred Members, composed of the , , , <​​> , , and lay Members, who gave their Unanimous Voice, that he be considered the over said Church, and have ever considered him as such since the rise of the Church,—uncriminated of any Crime whereby he might be— amenable to the Laws of the Land, and as such they recommend him, to all to whom this may Come.—
Clerk
Presiding Elder of the Meeting [p. [1]]
At a public Meeting of the of the , held in the City of , Illinois, on the 20th Day of October 1839, the expression of the Church was called for, concerning the standing and Fellowship of Joseph Smith Junior, in said Church, there were present about One Hundred Members, composed of the , , , , , and lay Members, who gave their Unanimous Voice, that he be considered the over said Church, and have ever considered him as such since the rise of the Church,—uncriminated of any Crime whereby he might be— amenable to the Laws of the Land, and as such they recommend him, to all to whom this may Come.—
Clerk
Presiding Elder of the Meeting [p. [1]]
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