Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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was in the wrong. And it was therefor decided by the that the fellowship be withdrawn from said untill he shall make satisfaction with as good security as he had before. then called on the Council who unanimously sustained the same.
Then separated with a blessing from President .
Clerk of High-Council
8 October 1837 • Sunday
Octr. 8th. 1837
The High-Council met in the this day at 4 of the O.Clock P.M. opened by , with prayer, then proceeded to Ordain Brother as High Councillor. in the Church of the latterday Day Saints. and also Ordained Brother Wm. Huntington to the office of High Priest.
The Council then agreed to accept of Brother John Badger a substitute for Brother in his absence the comeing winter. And also accepted Brother in the place of during his abse.t Brother presented Brother Wm. Huntington who was accepted in his room during his absence the winter coming. The Council then agreed that the should prepare for the press a communication seting forth the determination of the High Council to work to the line in all business relative to Zion. then agreed to meet next Wednesday evening at Brother at early candle lighting.
President then dismissed the Council
Clerk of High- Council. [p. 249]
was in the wrong. And it was therefor decided by the that the fellowship be withdrawn from said untill he shall make satisfaction with as good security as he had before. then called on the Council who unanimously sustained the same.
Then separated with a blessing from President .
Clerk of High-Council
8 October 1837 • Sunday
Octr. 8th. 1837
The High-Council met in the this day at 4 of the O.Clock P.M. opened by , with prayer, then proceeded to Ordain Brother as High Councillor. in the Church of the latterday Day Saints. and also Ordained Brother Wm. Huntington to the office of High Priest.
The Council then agreed to accept of Brother John Badger a substitute for Brother in his absence the comeing winter. And also accepted Brother in the place of during his abse.t Brother presented Brother Wm. Huntington who was accepted in his room during his absence the winter coming. The Council then agreed that the should prepare for the press a communication seting forth the determination of the High Council to work to the line in all business relative to Zion. then agreed to meet next Wednesday evening at Brother at early candle lighting.
President then dismissed the Council
Clerk of High- Council. [p. 249]
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