Minute Book 1

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Motioned and seconded that the Laws regulating the go into effect from this time, and that Elder take it upon him to see that they are enforced, giving  him the privelege of calling as many as he choose to  assist him——
Moved seconded and voted that this council adjourn  sine die— Charge & Prayer By President .
, Clerk.

16 May 1836 • Monday

May 16th. 1836, high council met  in the . President Presiding
Counsellors
<Prest.>
The following charge was read by President
May 14th 1836
To the presidency of the high council of the Church of  Latter Day Saints: I prefer a charge of unchristian  like conduct against <Elders> and  Charels Kellogg.
Your Obt. Servant
It was voted that one counsellor speak on each  side of the case before the counsel. Prayer and  some appropriate remarks were made by ,  relative to the importance of the cases now defending.
now stated in short what he expected to  prove and then called on J. Smith Junr. to testify. He  stated that said has not walked orderly, but  has pursued such a course as to bring unnecessary  persecution on him that he neglected his family, [p. 205]
Motioned and seconded that the Laws regulating the go into effect from this time, and that Elder take it upon him to see that they are enforced, giving him the privelege of calling as many as he choose to assist him——
Moved seconded and voted that this council adjourn sine die— Charge & Prayer By President .
, Clerk.

16 May 1836 • Monday

May 16th. 1836, high council met in the . President Presiding
Counsellors
Prest.
The following charge was read by President
May 14th 1836
To the presidency of the high council of the Church of Latter Day Saints: I prefer a charge of unchristian like conduct against Elders and Charels Kellogg.
Your Obt. Servant
It was voted that one counsellor speak on each side of the case before the counsel. Prayer and some appropriate remarks were made by , relative to the importance of the cases now defending.
now stated in short what he expected to prove and then called on J. Smith Junr. to testify. He stated that said has not walked orderly, but has pursued such a course as to bring unnecessary persecution on him that he neglected his family, [p. 205]
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