History, 1834–1836

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upon any consideration whatever; and that no man shall  be interupted while speaking unless he is speakin out of  place, and every man shall be allowed to speak in his  turn.— Eldr. refused to serve as doorkeeper in  the on account of his ill health and  was released by the voice of the Assembly.
Pres. made a request to have some of the  presidency pray for & lay hands upon him and rebuke  a severe affliction with which he was afflicted in his  face, chiefly nights;— Presdts & , prayed  for & laid hands on him and rebuked his affliction  in the name of the Lord Jesus, the whole assembly  responded Amen. Eldr. also made a re quest in behalf of his wife, our author, offered up a  prayer in her behalf, <&> the whole assembly responded  Amen. The minuets of the council were read and  council adjourned until Friday 15th. Inst. at 9. oclock  A.M. at the school room in the upper part of the  .— arose and made some very  appropriate remarks touching the enduement and  dismissed by the assembly by prayer
Scribe
This (says Joseph) has been one of the best days I ever  spent, there has been an entire unison of feeling exp ressed in all our proceedings during this days and  it has been good for us to be here, in this heavenly  place in Christ Jesus, and although much fatie gued with the labours of the day; yet my spiritual  reward has been very great.— He returned home and  spent the evening.

14 January 1836 • Thursday

Thursday 14th.— At 9 oclock A.M. he met the Hebrew  class at the school-room in the and made  some arangments about our anticipated teacher  Mr. .— He then repaired to the council room  in the , to meet with his colleagues  who were appointed with himself to draft resoluti ons rules & regulations to be observed in the in , built by the church of latter  day saints in the year of our Lord 1834, as follows.— [p. 175]
upon any consideration whatever; and that no man shall be interupted while speaking unless he is speakin out of place, and every man shall be allowed to speak in his turn.— Eldr. refused to serve as doorkeeper in the on account of his ill health and was released by the voice of the Assembly.
Pres. made a request to have some of the presidency pray for & lay hands upon him and rebuke a severe affliction with which he was afflicted in his face, chiefly nights;— Presdts & , prayed for & laid hands on him and rebuked his affliction in the name of the Lord Jesus, the whole assembly responded Amen. Eldr. also made a request in behalf of his wife, our author, offered up a prayer in her behalf, & the whole assembly responded Amen. The minuets of the council were read and council adjourned until Friday 15th. Inst. at 9. oclock A.M. at the school room in the upper part of the .— arose and made some very appropriate remarks touching the enduement and dismissed the assembly by prayer
Scribe
This (says Joseph) has been one of the best days I ever spent, there has been an entire unison of feeling expressed in all our proceedings during this day and it has been good for us to be here, in this heavenly place in Christ Jesus, and although much fatiegued with the labours of the day; yet my spiritual reward has been very great.— He returned home and spent the evening.

14 January 1836 • Thursday

Thursday 14th.— At 9 oclock A.M. he met the Hebrew class at the school-room in the and made some arangments about our anticipated teacher Mr. .— He then repaired to the council room in the , to meet with his colleagues who were appointed with himself to draft rules & regulations to be observed in the in , built by the church of latter day saints in the year of our Lord 1834, as follows.— [p. 175]
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