Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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23 February 1836 • Tuesday
Tuesday the 23d read and translated Hebrew— This afternoon the sisters met again at the to work on the v[e]il toward the close of the day I met with the & many of the brethren in the — I made some remarks from the pulpit upon the rise and progress of the and pronounced a blessing upon the Sisters for the liberality in giving their servises so cheerfully to make the veil for the also upon the congregation and dismissed
24 February 1836 • Wednesday
Wednesday the 24th attended to my studies as usual— at evening met the at the school-room in the to take into concideration the propriety or impropriety of a large number of individuals who wish to be ordained to official stations in the church— each individual’s nam[e] was presented and the voice of the assembly called and all of them except 7. were rejected— Their ordinations defered untill another time— and were nominated and seconded to draft and <make> regulations concerning — vote of the assembly called and unanimously passed
nominated and seconded to officiate as clerk to record licenses, and receive pay for his servises accordingly [p. 160]
23 February 1836 • Tuesday
Tuesday the 23d read and translated Hebrew— This afternoon the sisters met again at the to work on the veil toward the close of the day I met with the & many of the brethren in the — I made some remarks from the pulpit upon the rise and progress of the and pronounced a blessing upon the Sisters for the liberality in giving their servises so cheerfully to make the veil for the also upon the congregation and dismissed
24 February 1836 • Wednesday
Wednesday the 24th attended to my studies as usual— at evening met the at the school-room in the to take into concideration the propriety or impropriety of a large number of individuals who wish to be ordained to official stations in the church— each individual’s name was presented and the voice of the assembly called and all of them except 7. were rejected— Their ordinations defered untill another time— and were nominated and seconded to draft and make regulations concerning — vote of the assembly called and unanimously passed
nominated and seconded to officiate as clerk to record licenses, and receive pay for his servises accordingly [p. 160]
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