Minute Book 1

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ivers shall be treated with due respect by the authorities of the church
9th No imposition shall be practiced uppon any member of the Church by depriving them of their rights in the house
Council adjourned to Friday the 15th
15 January 1836 • Friday
<Friday 15th> at 9 O Clock AM Council assembled agreeable to adjournment at the councill room in the chapel & organized the authorities of the church agreeable to their respective offices in the same. Councell opened by prayer & proceeded to business by reading the rules & regulations to govern the as drafted by the committee chosen for that purpose. The A vote of the presidency was called uppon these rules; some exceptions were taken by Pres. which he withdrew on an explanation and the vote passed unanimously The subject was then laid before the high councill of & after some altercation their vote was called and passed in favour of the rules unanimously. They were next laid before the high council of Zion, some enquiry was made concerning some particular items but was soon settled, & their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them
The quorum of the Twelve next investigated the rules, & their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them
Councill adjourned for One hour
1. O clock. P.M. councell called to order & [p. 233]
ivers shall be treated with due respect by the authorities of the church
9th No imposition shall be practiced uppon any member of the Church by depriving them of their rights in the house
Council adjourned to Friday the 15th
15 January 1836 • Friday
Friday 15th at 9 O Clock AM Council assembled agreeable to adjournment at the councill room in the chapel & organized the authorities of the church agreeable to their respective offices in the same. Councell opened by prayer & proceeded to business by reading the rules & regulations to govern the as drafted by the committee chosen for that purpose. A vote of the presidency was called uppon these rules; some exceptions were taken by Pres. which he withdrew on an explanation and the vote passed unanimously The subject was then laid before the high councill of & after some altercation their vote was called and passed in favour of the rules unanimously. They were next laid before the high council of Zion, some enquiry was made concerning some particular items but was soon settled, & their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them
The quorum of the Twelve next investigated the rules, & their vote called and passed unanimously in favour of them
Councill adjourned for One hour
1. O clock. P.M. councell called to order & [p. 233]
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