Minute Book 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the said comittee report to the next meeting, The Council agreed to lay hands on Brother to strengthen him in his Mission. Likewise agreed to meet to morrow evening in the with the and his council to inquire into the order of the house, and to consult upon the following question. Who presides when the Presidents are absent?
Then adjourned to Monday next at one of the O. Clock P.M. to meet in the the meeting was dismissed with a blessing and then dispersed.
Clerk of High-Council
7 November 1837 • Tuesday
Novr. 7th. 1837
The High-Council met in the on Tuesday evening acording to adjournment and heard Dr. Parkers remarks relative to the meetings in the west hollow, and after hearing him, the meeting was opened with prayer by , the Council repoved the Doctor for the part he had taken in said meetings and told him to go and learn his duty from the word of the Lord.
The Council then proceeded to dis-cuss the question proposed the evening before.
Who presides when the Presidents are absent? The Council conversed upon the subject some considerable time, but came to no particular decision.
Brother being appointed a Councillor in the absence of requested that some one be appointed Clerk for the time being. It was moved that [p. 260]
the said comittee report to the next meeting, The Council agreed to lay hands on Brother to strengthen him in his Mission. Likewise agreed to meet to morrow evening in the with the and his council to inquire into the order of the house, and to consult upon the following question. Who presides when the Presidents are absent?
Then adjourned to Monday next at one of the O. Clock P.M. to meet in the the meeting was dismissed with a blessing and then dispersed.
Clerk of High-Council
7 November 1837 • Tuesday
Novr. 7th. 1837
The High-Council met in the on Tuesday evening acording to adjournment and heard Dr. Parkers remarks relative to the meetings in the west hollow, and after hearing him, the meeting was opened with prayer by , the Council repoved the Doctor for the part he had taken in said meetings and told him to go and learn his duty from the word of the Lord.
The Council then proceeded to dis-cuss the question proposed the evening before.
Who presides when the Presidents are absent? The Council conversed upon the subject some considerable time, but came to no particular decision.
Brother being appointed a Councillor in the absence of requested that some one be appointed Clerk for the time being. It was moved that [p. 260]
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