History, 1834–1836

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serve in his turn as doorkeeper in the .— also  , , , & Amos  R. Orton were elected to the office of doorkeepers.
Nominated & seconded that the presidency of the high council  hold the keys of the inner & outer courts of the  in , except the key to one of the vestrys, which is to be  held by the bishopric of the Aaronic priesthood.— The vote  of the assembly called & carried unanimously.
Nominated & seconded that be appointed to take  immediate charge of the in  The vote of the assembly called & passed unanimously.
then arose and delivered his charge to the  assembly; his remarks were few and appropriate.
Council adjourned by prayer.—
Scribe

16 January 1836 • Saturday

Saturday morning 16th.— By request he met with the  council of the twelve, in company with his colleagues   & .— council organized and opened  by singing & prayer offered up by  president of the twelve. He arose and requested the  privilege in behalf of his colleagues of speaking, each  in his turn until they all had spoken without being  interupted; which was cheerfully granted by the presi dency.— proceeded to unbosom his feelings  touching the mission of the twelve; but more particu larly respecting a certain letter which they received  from the presidency of the high council in ,  while they were attending a conference in the State of  . He also cast some reflections on the account of  the twelve having been placed in our council on  friday last, below the high councils of &  having been previously placed in our assemblies next [to]  the presidency.— He also remarked that their feelings  were hurt on account of some remarks made by Pres.   on the trial of who had been  previously tried before the council of the twelve while on  their mission in the east; who had by their request thrown  his case before the high council in for inves tigation; And from some remarks made by the presi dency the twelve drew the conclusion that their proceedings [p. 180]
serve in his turn as doorkeeper in the .— also , , , & Amos R. Orton were elected to the office of doorkeepers.
Nominated & seconded that the presidency of the high council hold the keys of the inner & outer courts of the in , except the key to one of the vestrys, which is to be held by the bishopric of the Aaronic priesthood.— The vote of the assembly called & carried unanimously.
Nominated & seconded that be appointed to take immediate charge of the in The vote of the assembly called & passed unanimously.
then arose and delivered his charge to the assembly; his remarks were few and appropriate.
Council adjourned by prayer.—
Scribe

16 January 1836 • Saturday

Saturday morning 16th.— By request he met with the council of the twelve, in company with his colleagues & .— council organized and opened by singing & prayer offered up by president of the twelve. He arose and requested the privilege in behalf of his colleagues of speaking, each in his turn until they all had spoken without being interupted; which was cheerfully granted by the presidency.— proceeded to unbosom his feelings touching the mission of the twelve; but more particularly respecting a certain letter which they received from the presidency of the high council in , while they were attending a conference in the State of . He also cast some reflections on the account of the twelve having been placed in our council on friday last, below the high councils of & having been previously placed in our assemblies next to the presidency.— He also remarked that their feelings were hurt on account of some remarks made by Pres. on the trial of who had been previously tried before the council of the twelve while on their mission in the east; who had by their request thrown his case before the high council in for investigation; And from some remarks made by the presidency the twelve drew the conclusion that their proceedings [p. 180]
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