Minute Book 2

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  • Historical Introduction
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15 June 1844 • Saturday
June 15th. 1844
High Council Met agreeably to adjournment at the seventies  Hall on the 15th. of June 1844 at 2 oclock P.M.
Present President
CouncellorsJames C Allread [Allred]
Lewis D. Willson [Lewis Dunbar Wilson]
Joshua Smith for
Edmund Fisher "
Ezra Parrish " William Huntington [Sr.]
Case 1stDavid M. Gamet
VS.
Lebius [Libbeus] T. Coons
VS
Joseph Pennock
Counsellor for L. T. Coons  Jas. Allread councellor for DM. Gamet Joseph Pennock
L. T. Coons made some introductory remarks  upon the charges preferred against Pennock which  were Lying, dishonesty, and contempt.
L. T. Coons introduced some Affidavits which were not received by the  Council— David M Gamet. states that if the branch would give him  <Joseph Pennock> three days time he could bring witnesses to impeach witness the  Testimony of the two Binghams the time was granted and at the next  meeting Joseph Pannock denied having asked for an adjournment  on the account of witnesses.
Daniel E Loveland states the same things as D M Gamet  Charles Webb stated that J Pannock said he thought he could  produce witnesses that would impeach the Binghams. that he  Pannock did not deny asking for an adjournment—
At this stage of the proceedings for the want of Witnesses and by  and agreement of the parties the case was adjourned till saturday two  weeks from to day at 2 oclock P.M.
Case 3dEthan Pettit
V.S
Elder David Bennett
For want of certain witnesses the  case together with the Council be  adjourned till next saturday at  2 oclock P.M June 22. at 2 oclock P.M.
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15 June 1844 • Saturday
June 15th. 1844
High Council Met agreeably to adjournment at the seventies Hall on the 15th. of June 1844 at 2 oclock P.M.
Present President
CouncellorsJames C Allread Allred
Lewis D. Willson [Lewis Dunbar Wilson]
Joshua Smith for
Edmund Fisher "
Ezra Parrish " William Huntington [Sr.]
Case 1st
Lebius Libbeus T. Coons
VS
Joseph Pennock
Counsellor for L. T. Coons Jas. Allread councellor for Joseph Pennock
L. T. Coons made some introductory remarks upon the charges preferred against Pennock which were Lying, dishonesty, and contempt.
L. T. Coons introduced some Affidavits which were not received by the Council— David M Gamet. states that if the branch would give him Joseph Pennock three days time he could bring witnesses to impeach the Testimony of the two Binghams the time was granted and at the next meeting Joseph Pannock denied having asked for an adjournment on the account of witnesses.
Daniel E Loveland states the same things as D M Gamet Charles Webb stated that J Pannock said he thought he could produce witnesses that would impeach the Binghams. that he Pannock did not deny asking for an adjournment—
At this stage of the proceedings for the want of Witnesses and by an agreement of the parties the case was adjourned till saturday two weeks from to day at 2 oclock P.M.
Case 3dEthan Pettit
V.S
Elder David Bennett
For want of certain witnesses the case together with the Council be adjourned till next saturday at June 22. at 2 oclock P.M.
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