Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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2d Voted that the Church not only resolve to do, but that they will see that all difficulties <and differences of all kinds> are settled as spedily as possible, and all cases of delinquency let it be <of> a Brother or Sister shall be reported forthwith to the proper authorities of the Church and also that Children shall be looked after and if unruly they shall be reported to their Parents and if they neglect to take suitable notice of it, then the parent shall be reported to the authorities of the Church as aforesaid, and shall be dealt with accordingly.
3d Voted that we discountenance the use of ardent spirits, in any way to sell for use or be brought into the place for sale or use, And after prayer by the President, agreed to adjourn (sine die).
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(Clerk High-Council
27 October 1837 • Friday
Oct 27th 1837
The high-Council met in the at early candlelighting and opened the meeting with prayer by the President . And then gave Brother Harris an opportunity as before requested, to communicate to the High-Council certain plans which he had formed for the temporal organization of the Church, heard the writings read, and the arguments thereon and <then> agreed put off the decision untill monday evening next, and then adjourned to to the time above named, closing with prayer by the president and dispersed
Clerk of H. Council [p. 253]
2d Voted that the Church not only resolve to do, but that they will see that all difficulties and differences of all kinds are settled as spedily as possible, and all cases of delinquency let it be of a Brother or Sister shall be reported forthwith to the proper authorities of the Church and also that Children shall be looked after and if unruly they shall be reported to their Parents and if they neglect to take suitable notice of it, then the parent shall be reported to the authorities of the Church as aforesaid, and shall be dealt with accordingly.
3d Voted that we discountenance the use of ardent spirits, in any way to sell for use or be brought into the place for sale or use, And after prayer by the President, agreed to adjourn (sine die).
(
(Clerk High-Council
27 October 1837 • Friday
Oct 27th 1837
The high-Council met in the at early candlelighting and opened the meeting with prayer by the President . And then gave Brother Harris an opportunity as before requested, to communicate to the High-Council certain plans which he had formed for the temporal organization of the Church, heard the writings read, and the arguments thereon and then agreed put off the decision untill monday evening next, and then adjourned to to the time above named, closing with prayer by the president and dispersed
Clerk of H. Council [p. 253]
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