Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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A charge was then prefered against by John Anderson, which charge was put over until Thursday the 24th of May next, at 9 o’clock A.M.
1st Resolved, that the “Elders Journal” be published monthly as it was commenced.
2nd Resolved that President be the publisher of the “Elders Journal.”
3rd Resolved, that the printing press, type, and furniture which was purchased of with all the furniture pertaining to the establishment, be sold by the Committee to , and that he be authorized to pay for the same out of the avails of the City lots or donations
4th Resolved, that do not pay to and a certain mortgage, which they hold against him, and that this Council uphold him in not paying the the above mortgage.
5th Resolved, that this Council authorize to assist, in making houses on, and fencing the lots in this City which are appropriated to the use of Joseph Smith jr and , with the avails arising from the town plot.
6th Resolved— that make an appropriation of not more than one hundred dollars to this School house, out. of the avails of the town plot.
7th Resolved that this Council support as the publisher of the “Elders Journal” and use their influence to obtain subscriptions for the same.
8th Resolved that this Council, the and his Council use their influence to cause the people to consecrate to the Lord for the support of the poor and needy.
9th Resolved that the be authorized to obtain or build a sufficient store house or houses to recieve all the consecrations of the people, to be paid for out of the avails of the town plot [p. 136]
A charge was then prefered against by John Anderson, which charge was put over until Thursday the 24th of May next, at 9 o’clock A.M.
1st Resolved, that the “Elders Journal” be published monthly as it was commenced.
2nd Resolved that President be the publisher of the “Elders Journal.”
3rd Resolved, that the printing press, type, and furniture which was purchased of with all the furniture pertaining to the establishment, be sold by the Committee to , and that he be authorized to pay for the same out of the avails of the City lots or donations
4th Resolved, that do not pay to and a certain mortgage, which they hold against him, and that this Council uphold him in not paying the the above mortgage.
5th Resolved, that this Council authorize to assist, in making houses on, and fencing the lots in this City which are appropriated to the use of Joseph Smith jr and , with the avails arising from the town plot.
6th Resolved— that make an appropriation of not more than one hundred dollars to this School house, out. of the avails of the town plot.
7th Resolved that this Council support as the publisher of the “Elders Journal” and use their influence to obtain subscriptions for the same.
8th Resolved that this Council, the and his Council use their influence to cause the people to consecrate to the Lord for the support of the poor and needy.
9th Resolved that the be authorized to obtain or build a sufficient store house or houses to recieve all the consecrations of the people, to be paid for out of the avails of the town plot [p. 136]
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