Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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as specified in the foregoing article
Feb. 27 1836
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The several bodies were then called upon for their decision  upon the foregoing report. The Deacons being first called upon  gave a unanimous vote in favor of the same. The  teachers were then called upon, and voted unanimously in  favor of the report. The quorum of priests received it by a  unanimously vote. The & council of received  it unanimously. The and council of Zion received it  without a dissenting voice. The Elders passed it unanim ously. The High Priests also. The President of the seventies,  The High counsellors of Zion, The High counsellors of .  The Twelve Apostles and the Presidency, all concurred  in the reception of said report.
Joseph Smith Junr. was nominated as stand ing chairman & as clerk.
as chairman and  as Clerk pro tempore—
The several bodies were then called to vote upon the above  nominations which passed by unanimous vote.
The resolutions offered to the quorums on the 12th of February  regulating ordinations were then read, when a discussion  was had after which, the Twelve recalled their  previous amendments except three, (Viz.) , & ,
Council closed by prayer of
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Clerk) [p. 143]
as specified in the foregoing article
Feb. 27 1836
)Committee
)
)
The several bodies were then called upon for their decision upon the foregoing report. The Deacons being first called upon gave a unanimous vote in favor of the same. The teachers were then called upon, and voted unanimously in favor of the report. The quorum of priests received it by a unanimous vote. The & council of received it unanimously. The and council of Zion received it without a dissenting voice. The Elders passed it unanimously. The High Priests also. The President of the seventies, The High counsellors of Zion, The High counsellors of . The Twelve Apostles and the Presidency, all concurred in the reception of said report.
Joseph Smith Junr. was nominated as standing chairman & as clerk.
as chairman and as Clerk pro tempore—
The several bodies were then called to vote upon the above nominations which passed by unanimous vote.
The resolutions offered to the quorums on the 12th of February regulating ordinations were then read, when a discussion was had after which, the Twelve recalled their previous amendments except three, (Viz.) , & ,
Council closed by prayer of
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Clerk) [p. 143]
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