Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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him and . Pres’t.  then spake a few words by way of confes sion, and was followed by Elder .
The vote was called and carried unanimously.  The meeting adjourned for one hour.
Meeting convened according to adjournment, a  hymn was sung and a prayer offered up by the  . was nominated for an  assistant President. for this Church, by Pres’t. Joseph  Smith jr. He rose and made certain remarks on the subject  of the charges refered to above, by way of confession also.  when the vote was put by Pres’t. , and  passed unanimous.
Elder , , , , , ,  and , were unanimously chosen high  counsellors, and was objected by John  Anderson, who went aside to converse.  was unanimously chosen. was nom inated and was objected by Elder , because  he was too noisy— By because of his  military office, and by because he was a  merchant— Elder H. made a few remarks, the vote  was called and was unanimous. and   were unanimously chosen. John An derson then took the stand and made his objections to  , after which also spake  the vote was called and he unanimously  chosen.
The twelve were then called viz: , , , , , , , , , , and . [p. 84]
him and . Pres’t. then spake a few words by way of confession, and was followed by Elder .
The vote was called and carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned for one hour.
Meeting convened according to adjournment, a hymn was sung and a prayer offered up by the . was nominated for an assistant President. for this Church, by Pres’t. Joseph Smith jr. He rose and made certain remarks on the subject of the charges refered to above, by way of confession also. when the vote was put by Pres’t. , and passed unanimous.
Elder , , , , , , and , were unanimously chosen high counsellors, and was objected by John Anderson, who went aside to converse. was unanimously chosen. was nominated and was objected by Elder , because he was too noisy— By because of his military office, and by because he was a merchant— Elder H. made a few remarks, the vote was called and was unanimous. and were unanimously chosen. John Anderson then took the stand and made his objections to , after which also spake the vote was called and he unanimously chosen.
The twelve were then called viz: , , , , , , , , , , and . [p. 84]
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