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Letter to John Corrill and the Church in Missouri, 4 September 1837

Letter to John Corrill and the Church in Missouri, 4 September 1837

& Levi Handcock [Hancock] should retain his <their> office as  Prests of the Seventies John Gould was objected. The Pres  then arose and made some remarks concerning the  formers Prests of the Seventies, the callings and auth orities of their Priesthood &c. &c. Voted that the old  Presidents of the seventies be refered to the quorum  of High Priests, And also that of if any of the members of  the quorum of the seventies should be dissattisfied  & would not submit to the Present order, and receive  these last Presidents that they Should have power  to demand their Lisence & they should no longer  be concidered members of the church
Conferance Closed by Prayer by the President
Joseph Smith Jr PrestGeorge W. Robinson Clerk
G[eorge] W Robinson ClkJoseph Smith Jr Prest
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JS, letter, Kirtland, OH, to John Corrill and the church in Missouri, 4 Sept. 1837; handwriting of George W. Robinson; in JS, Journal, Mar.–Sept. 1838, pp. 18–20; CHL.

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