Minute Book 1

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proceeded to business The subject of the rules & regulations to govern the house of the , came next in order before the quorum of the Seventy, their vote called and carried unanimously in favour of them, They were next thrown before the & his councillors in , their vote called & carried in their favour
The above named rules having now passed unanimously through all the quorums in their order it is received & established as a law to govern the in .
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3 September 1837 • Sunday
Sunday 3rd. Sept 1837 Minutes of a conference assembled in the , in committee of the whole at 9 O clock A. M. was requested by Joseph Smith Jr to take the proceedings of this meeting, The meeting was opened by prayer by who then introduced Joseph Smith Jr to the congregation to know if he should still act as their Pres. as the presiding officer of the church, was chosen by a unanimous vois [voice] of the same. Pres. Smith then introduced & for councillors to Pres. Smith and together with him to constitute the three first presidents of the church, carried by a unanimous vote, Pres. Smith then introduced , [p. 234]
proceeded to business The subject of the rules & regulations to govern the house of the , came next in order before the quorum of the Seventy, their vote called and carried unanimously in favour of them, They were next thrown before the & his councillors in , their vote called & carried in their favour
The above named rules having now passed unanimously through all the quorums in their order it is received & established as a law to govern the in .
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3 September 1837 • Sunday
Sunday 3rd. Sept 1837 Minutes of a conference assembled in the , in committee of the whole at 9 O clock A. M. was requested by Joseph Smith Jr to take the proceedings of this meeting, The meeting was opened by prayer by who then introduced Joseph Smith Jr to the congregation to know if he should still act as their Pres. as the presiding officer of the church, was chosen by a unanimous vois [voice] of the same. Pres. Smith then introduced & for councillors to Pres. Smith and together with him to constitute the three first presidents of the church, carried by a unanimous vote, Pres. Smith then introduced , [p. 234]
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