Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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26 July 1838 • Thursday

The High Council of Zion met in , Thursday, July 26th 1838.
When it was ordered by the Council, that the   be authorized, to furnish the Clerk of this  Stake with a Blank Book for him to keep the  record of the names of the members of this Stake in.
, Clk.

31 August 1838 • Friday

The High Council of Zion met in ,  Thursday, August 31st 1838.
Presidents and  Presiding. The Council was organized as, follows:
No. 1No 2
- 3. 4
Isaac Higbee. 5. 6
. 7. 8
. 9. 10
" 11Samuel Bent" 12
The Council was opened by prayer by  President
An application was made by  in favor of Br Russel; to receive a City lot in  , gratis, which was not granted.
Also an application for a lot in the City , to be give to , which was  not granted
An appealed case was presented by John  Patten against certain Brethren, follows:
“To the Presidency and High Council of , Greeting.
The undersigned, feeling very much agri eved, by the report of a committee of Elders, appointed  by the quorum of Elders, of , to invest igate a cause of complaint presented to said  quorum, by David Frampton, against the subscr [p. 154]

26 July 1838 • Thursday

The High Council of Zion met in , Thursday, July 26th 1838.
When it was ordered by the Council, that the be authorized, to furnish the Clerk of this Stake with a Blank Book for him to keep the record of the names of the members of this Stake in.
, Clk.

31 August 1838 • Friday

The High Council of Zion met in , Thursday, August 31st 1838.
Presidents and Presiding. The Council was organized as, follows:
No. 1No 2
- 3. 4
Isaac Higbee. 5. 6
. 7. 8
. 9. 10
" 11Samuel Bent" 12
The Council was opened by prayer by President
An application was made by in favor of Br Russel; to receive a City lot in , gratis, which was not granted.
Also an application for a lot in the City , to be give to , which was not granted
An appealed case was presented by John Patten against certain Brethren, follows:
“To the Presidency and High Council of , Greeting.
The undersigned, feeling very much agrieved, by the report of a committee of Elders, appointed by the quorum of Elders, of , to investigate a cause of complaint presented to said quorum, by David Frampton, against the subscr [p. 154]
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