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Minutes, 1–5 October 1841

sing and giving their names,—about six ty persons arose.
Conference closed by the choir singing  Hymn 284 and prayer by Bro. B. Young.
Conference adjourned sine die.
Although conference commenced under  discouraging circumstances owing to the  inclemency of the weather, yet a vast  number of brethren and visitors from  abroad were present; and on Saturday and  Sunday, the weather having become  favorable, the congregation was immense.  The graatest unanimity prevailed; busi ness was conducted with the most perfect  harmony and good feelings; and the as sembly dispersed with new confidence in  the great work of the Last Days.
JOSEPH SMITH, Pres’t.
Elias Smith,)clerks.
Gustavus Hills,)
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Minutes, Nauvoo, IL, 1–5 Oct. 1841; in Times and Seasons, 15 Oct. 1841, 2:576–580.

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