History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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properly taught to him, and he the  neglecting to comply with or obey them”; which de cision the confirmed by vote.
The then asked if there were “any  present, who would go to , and preach the  gospel to that people; for they have written a number  of letters for help;” and the whole council felt as  though the Spirit required the elders to go there,  It was, therefore, decided by the council that and should travel together  into : and also that and  , travel together into : It  was also decided <and> that , and travel together, if they can arrange their  affairs at home, so as to be liberated,
It was also decided that broth Elder should travel eastward as soon as  his circumstances will permit, and that he  should travel alone on account of his age. It  was also decided that Elder , should  travel alone, whenever he travels. That Elders and travel east together as  sooon as they can. The council also decided <&> that  Elder . should travel alone, it  being his own choice; Decided also that , and Edward Marvin, should travel togeth er eastward; Also that and , go to ; Also that  and travel together for the time  being: and that there should be a general held on at in the State of on  the 13th. day of June 1834.
It was also furthermore voted that Elder accompanied by Elder , go east to  obtain donations for , and means to redeem the  farm on which the stands,
The and council then prayed with uplifted  hands that they might be prospered in their mission.
and . Clerks. [p. 436]
properly taught to him, and he the neglecting to comply with or obey them”; which decision the confirmed by vote.
The then asked if there were “any present, who would go to , and preach the gospel to that people; for they have written a number of letters for help;” and the whole council felt as though the Spirit required the elders to go there, It was, therefore, decided by the council that and should travel together into : that and , travel together into : and that , and travel together, if they can arrange their affairs at home, so as to be liberated,
It was also decided that Elder should travel eastward as soon as his circumstances will permit, and that he should travel alone on account of his age. It was also decided that Elder , should travel alone, whenever he travels. That Elders and travel east together as sooon as they can. & that Elder . should travel alone, it being his own choice; also that , and Edward Marvin, should travel together eastward; that and , go to ; that and travel together for the time being: and that there should be a general held at in the State of on the 13th. day of June 1834.
It was furthermore voted that Elder accompanied by Elder , go east to obtain donations for , and means to redeem the farm on which the stands,
The and council then prayed with uplifted hands that they might be prospered in their mission.
and . Clerks. [p. 436]
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