Latter Day Saints' Messenger and Advocate/Volume 1/Number 7

Source document in Mormon Publications: 19th and 20th Centuries online archive: Messenger and Advocate Vol. 1 Note: Some headings and bracketed texts are editorial and not part of the original text.


LATTER DAY SAINTS'
MESSENGER AND ADVOCATE
Volume I. No. 7.] KIRTLAND, OHIO, APRIL, 1835. [Whole No. 7.

CommunicationsEdit

Messenger and AdvocateEdit

In consequence of the notices of the several Conferences to be holden in the east, this season, some may think that the one at New Portage, Ohio, is withdrawn—which is not the case. There are many elders and brethren in the south and west, who would not receive the benefits of a Conference were this to be discontinued: we hope, therefore, that they will attend.

THE LATTER DAY SAINTS'
Messenger and Advocate,
IS EDITED BY
OLIVER COWDERY,
And published every month at Kirtland, Geauga Co. Ohio, by
F. G. Williams & Co.
All $1, per an. in advance. Every person procuring ten new subscribers, and forwarding $10, current money, shall be entitled to a paper and year, gratis.
All letters to the Editor, or Publishers, must be
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No subscription will be received for a less term than one year, and no paper discontinued till all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the publishers.