Minute Book 1

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The Presidents and agreed with the Council in this matter of faith that it was a delusion. a trick of the Devil Brother Bruester spake and said that as he had got so far out of the way he would strive to get back as soon as possible,
Brother Harris remarked and said that as he had been condemned he should not justify himself of attempt it.
The President gave them one week to consider of it and make up their mind what to do in the case
And then adjourned to Wednesday next at one of the O Clock P.M.
And then dismissed by President
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(Clerk of Council
1 November 1837 • Wednesday
Novr. 1st. 1837
The High Council met in the at[t]ic story of the this day at one of the Oclock P.M. organized and opened by pray offered by President, and then proceeded to read the Charge and to call the names of the persons complained of in the charge. No. 11 & 12 were appointed to speak on the case and then proceeded to call the names separately to be answered as they were called. The complaint <was> as follows
I prefer a charge against the following persons for attending a ball at the store of Johnson & Boynton on Thursday or on about the 17 of Oct instant;
Reuben Hadlock [p. 256]
The Presidents and agreed with the Council in this matter of faith that it was a delusion. a trick of the Devil Brother Bruester spake and said that as he had got so far out of the way he would strive to get back as soon as possible,
Brother Harris remarked and said that as he had been condemned he should not justify himself of attempt it.
The President gave them one week to consider of it and make up their mind what to do in the case
And then adjourned to Wednesday next at one of the O Clock P.M.
And then dismissed by President
(
(Clerk of Council
1 November 1837 • Wednesday
Novr. 1st. 1837
The High Council met in the attic story of the this day at one of the Oclock P.M. organized and opened by pray offered by President, and then proceeded to read the Charge and to call the names of the persons complained of in the charge. No. 11 & 12 were appointed to speak on the case and then proceeded to call the names separately to be answered as they were called. The complaint was as follows
I prefer a charge against the following persons for attending a ball at the store of Johnson & Boynton on Thursday or on about the 17 of Oct instant;
Reuben Hadlock [p. 256]
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