Journal, 1835–1836

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to <the> of , and after much altercation, their vote was called and unanimously passed, in favour of them
The investigation was then thrown before the the <high> counsel of , some objections or inquiry, was made upon some particular items, which were soon settled, and their vote called called and passed unanimously in favour of them—
The next investigated the subject of these rules, and their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them— Counsel adjourned for one hour— 1, oclock P.M in counsil, come to order, and proceded to buisness
The subject of the rules to govern the , come next in order before the counsel of the , their vote called and carried unanimously
The vote of the <of Zion> and his counsellors was then called, and after, some debate was passed unanimously
The question was then thrown before the in and his counsellors their vote called and carried in their favour— The above rules hav now passed through the several , in their order, and passed by the unanimous vote of the whole, and are therefore received and established as a law to govern the in ,— In the investigated of this subject, I found that many who had deliberated upon this subject [p. 115]
to the of , and after much altercation, their vote was called and unanimously passed, in favour of them
The investigation was then thrown before the high counsel of , some objections or inquiry, was made upon some particular items, which were soon settled, and their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them—
The next investigated the subject of these rules, and their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them— Counsel adjourned for one hour— 1, oclock P.M in counsil, come to order, and proceded to buisness
The subject of the rules to govern the , come next in order before the counsel of the , their vote called and carried unanimously
The vote of the of Zion and his counsellors was then called, and after, some debate was passed unanimously
The question was then thrown before the in and his counsellors their vote called and carried in their favour— The above rules hav now passed through the several , in their order, and passed by the unanimous vote of the whole, and are therefore received and established as a law to govern the in ,— In the investigated of this subject, I found that many who had deliberated upon this subject [p. 115]
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