Minute Book 1

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It was further decided that President be appointed and that he act hereafter as  recorder for the church. It was further decided  that Sister proceed to make a se lection of sacred hymns, according to the revilation,  and that President be appointed to revise  and arrange them for printing.
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16 September 1835 • Wednesday • First of two entries

September 16th 1835
The presidency of the church assembled and appoint ed and a committee  and general agents to act, in the name of and for  the literary firm.

16 September 1835 • Wednesday • Second of two entries

Minutes of a high council held in  Sept. 16th 1835
, , & Presidency
Joseph Smith
Giles Cook
Counsellors.
Council sit in order and opened by prayer by the  presidency. Complaint preferred by President J. Smith Jr.  against Brother Henry Green, for accusing President Joseph  Smith Junr. of rebuking Brother Aldridge wrongfully &  under the influence of an evil spirit. Brother Greene  being absent, The presiding President, arose &  said, that it was the decision of the Presidency, that the [p. 108]
It was further decided that President be appointed and that he act hereafter as recorder for the church. It was further decided that Sister proceed to make a selection of sacred hymns, according to the revilation, and that President be appointed to revise and arrange them for printing.
Clerk

16 September 1835 • Wednesday • First of two entries

September 16th 1835
The presidency of the church assembled and appointed and a committee and general agents to act, in the name of and for the literary firm.

16 September 1835 • Wednesday • Second of two entries

Minutes of a high council held in Sept. 16th 1835
, , & Presidency
Joseph Smith
Giles Cook
Counsellors.
Council sit in order and opened by prayer by the presidency. Complaint preferred by President J. Smith Jr. against Brother Henry Green, for accusing President Joseph Smith Junr. of rebuking Brother Aldridge wrongfully & under the influence of an evil spirit. Brother Greene being absent, The presiding President, arose & said, that it was the decision of the Presidency, that the [p. 108]
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