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The Rev. H. A. Henry.

We have been requested to give publicity to the folloring testimonial in favour of the late minister of the B’nai Jeshurun congregation of Cincinnati.

Cincinnati, July 22d, 1851

Rev. H. A. Henry

Sir:—At a meeting of the Trustee and Sub-Trustees of  K. K. B’nai Jeshurun, held Sunday, July 20th, 1851, your resignation was unanimously accepted and the following resolutions adopted.

1. Resolved. That the letter with resignation be received and entered in the minutes.

2. That in receiving the resignation of the reverend gentleman, we feel it our duty to furnish him with such testimonials justly due to him as a good reader and lecturer during his sojourn among us.

3. Trustees and Sub-Trustees, in behalf of the congregation, tender their best wishes for the reverend gentleman and his family, and success to all his future undertakings.

4. That the President grant the reverend gentleman leave of absence for the length of time both for benefiting his health, as well as to give him opportunity to find another location in any of the States, without any deduction his salary.

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5. That the Secretary be instructed to forward a copy of these resolutions, with the testimonial, and the seal of the congregation be attached under both.

Yours, &c.,
M. Fechheimer,
Secretary, K. K. B. Y.

To Reverend H. A. Henry.

Sir:—Annexed you will please find a copy of Resolutions passed at our last meeting: whenever you require the testimonial, you will please call on the President for the same.

Yours, &c.,
M. Fechheimer,
Secretary, K. K. B. Y:

(Copy of Testimonial.)

This is to certify that the Rev. H. A. Henry has, during his services since Sept. 23d, 1849, as Chazan and Lecturer of the Congregation K. K. B’nai Jeshurun of this city, fulfilled the various duties assigned to this office to the best satisfaction of this congregation.

We therefore take pleasure in recommending him to any congregation in the Union as a good Chazan, Lecturer, and Talmudist, and a most excellent Scholar in the Hebrew and English languages.

By order of the Board of Trustees of K. K. B’nai Jeshurun.

A. Aub,
President of K. K. B’nai Jeshurun

M. Fechheimer, Secretary.
Cincinnati, Sept. 15th, 1851.