Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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to unbosom his feelings touching  the mission of the , and more par ticularly respecting a certain letter  which they recieved from the  of the in , while  attending a also spoke of being  plased in our council, on Friday last  below the council’s of and  having been previously placed next [to] the  presidency, in our assemblies— also observed  that they were hurt on account of some  remarks made by President  on the trial of who had  been previously tried before the council  of the 12, while on their mission in the  east, who had by their request thrown  his case before the high council in  for investigation, and the 12 concidered  that their proceedings with him were in  some degree, discountenanced—
The rest <remaining> then gave  way to his brethren and they arose and  spoke in turn untill they had all spoken  acquiessing in the observations of  and mad[e] some additions to his remarks  which are as follows— That the letter in  question which they received from the  presidency, in which two of their numbers  were suspended, and the rest severely  chastened, and that too upon testimony  which was unwarantable, and particularly  stress was laid upon a certain letter which  the presidency had received from Dr. [p. 120]
to unbosom his feelings touching the mission of the , and more particularly respecting a certain letter which they recieved from the of the in , while attending a also spoke of being plased in our council, on Friday last below the council’s of and having been previously placed next [to] the presidency, in our assemblies— also observed that they were hurt on account of some remarks made by President on the trial of who had been previously tried before the council of the 12, while on their mission in the east, who had by their request thrown his case before the high council in for investigation, and the 12 concidered that their proceedings with him were in some degree, discountenanced—
then gave way to his brethren and they arose and spoke in turn untill they had all spoken acquiessing in the observations of and made some additions to his remarks which are as follows— That the letter in question which they received from the presidency, in which two of their numbers were suspended, and the rest severely chastened, and that too upon testimony which was unwarantable, and particular stress was laid upon a certain letter which the presidency had received from Dr. [p. 120]
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