Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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which were two viz. Elder’s and  who were absent— Elder’s and were  nominated and seconded, to s[u]pp ly their place for the time being
vote taken of the whole assembly and  carried in their favour, to serve as coun cilors in the of , for  the present
Elder  and , were nom inated and seconded to officiate  as doorkeepers in the , vote called and carried, by  the unamimous voice of the assembly
President’s Joseph Smith jn    , were nominated and  seconded to draft rules and regula tion to govern the  vote called and carried by the  unamimous voice of the whole assembly
The question was agitate[d] whether  whispering, should be allowed in  our councils and assemblys
a vote was called from the  whole assembly and carried  in the negative, that no whisper ing shall be allowed nor any  one allowed, (except he is called  upon or asks permission,) to speak [p. 108]
which were two viz. Elder’s and who were absent— Elder’s and were nominated and seconded, to supply their place for the time being
vote taken of the whole assembly and carried in their favour, to serve as councilors in the of , for the present
Elder and , were nominated and seconded to officiate as doorkeepers in the , vote called and carried, by the unamimous voice of the assembly
President’s Joseph Smith jn , were nominated and seconded to draft rules and regulation to govern the vote called and carried by the unamimous voice of the whole assembly
The question was agitated whether whispering, should be allowed in our councils and assemblys
a vote was called from the whole assembly and carried in the negative, that no whispering shall be allowed nor any one allowed, (except he is called upon or asks permission,) to speak [p. 108]
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