Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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11 October 1837 • Wednesday
Oct. 11th 1837
The High-Council met at Brother this evening at early candle lighting for conversation and prayer. Meeting opened by prayer by the President the evening was spent in prayer and in instructive conversation some of which was animating and encourageing, at the close of which they agreed to meet on Wednesday evenings of each week and invite the Presidents of the different quorums to meet with us.
Voted that Brothers Huntington and Green shall visit Brother Ducher relative to the book of wisdom. Voted that the grant licences to its members (who wish to travel) signed by the President and .
and then renewed their wish that the do prepare for the press their resolutions as former ly agreed in their last meeting.
Prayer by Brother . dispersed.
Clerk of High-Council.
15 October 1837 • Sunday
Octr. 15th. 1837
The High-Council met in the this day <3. P.M.> with the High-Priests quorum and took into consideration the case of on the testimony of Brother Winchester and Brother James and the quarum of <H.> priests agreed to send a letter requesting to come to and give satisfaction to the quarums of High-Priests and also appointed Brother Jame to take his licence untill the request was complied with. The Council concurred in the same.
Clerk H. Coun [p. 250]
11 October 1837 • Wednesday
Oct. 11th 1837
The High-Council met at Brother this evening at early candle lighting for conversation and prayer. Meeting opened by prayer by the President the evening was spent in prayer and in instructive conversation some of which was animating and encourageing, at the close of which they agreed to meet on Wednesday evenings of each week and invite the Presidents of the different quorums to meet with us.
Voted that Brothers Huntington and Green shall visit Brother Ducher relative to the book of wisdom. Voted that the grant licences to its members (who wish to travel) signed by the President and .
and then renewed their wish that the do prepare for the press their resolutions as former ly agreed in their last meeting.
Prayer by Brother . dispersed.
Clerk of High-Council.
15 October 1837 • Sunday
Octr. 15th. 1837
The High-Council met in the this day 3. P.M. with the High-Priests quorum and took into consideration the case of on the testimony of Brother Winchester and Brother James and the quarum of H. priests agreed to send a letter requesting to come to and give satisfaction to the quarums of High-Priests and also appointed Brother Jame to take his licence untill the request was complied with. The Council concurred in the same.
Clerk H. Coun [p. 250]
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