Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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& Samuel Brown. Who desire to promulgate  the everlasting Gospel.
Voted that two speak upon the above cases, Viz: &  .
Descided by the that none of the above named brethren go to preach  at present except , and this because of his over much  wearying the Lord and if he can get a faithful br. to go with him he will  be blessed if he is faithful. And also is at liberty to  go to the east after he has attended to his Mission in company with
The above descision sanctioned by the counsellors.
proposes to the councilors to take into consideration the  propriety of holding meetings among our brethren breaking bread &c while  we are in captivity desiring that they would consider these things
Voted that four speak on this occasion Viz, , & , After these four had  discussed the matter the Decided that it was not our privilege  at present to hold publick meetings, but the four Viz ,   & should go and set the disciples in order according as the  Lord shall direct and he will bless their labours. This decision sanctioned  by the councellors.
After which gave a few leading principles respecting the  conducting these councils, by saying that it was necessary that all these things  be conducted with the strictest order and attention by all as well the  standers by as the council &c.
Closed in prayer by President
Clerk. [p. 47]
& Samuel Brown. Who desire to promulgate the everlasting Gospel.
Voted that two speak upon the above cases, Viz: & .
Descided by the that none of the above named brethren go to preach at present except , and this because of his over much wearying the Lord and if he can get a faithful br. to go with him he will be blessed if he is faithful. And also is at liberty to go to the east after he has attended to his Mission in company with
The above descision sanctioned by the counsellors.
proposes to the councilors to take into consideration the propriety of holding meetings among our brethren breaking bread &c while we are in captivity desiring that they would consider these things
Voted that four speak on this occasion Viz, , & , After these four had discussed the matter the Decided that it was not our privilege at present to hold publick meetings, but the four Viz , & should go and set the disciples in order according as the Lord shall direct and he will bless their labours. This decision sanctioned by the councellors.
After which gave a few leading principles respecting the conducting these councils, by saying that it was necessary that all these things be conducted with the strictest order and attention by all as well the standers by as the council &c.
Closed in prayer by President
Clerk. [p. 47]
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