Minutes, 3 September 1837

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& for assistant councillors & carried by a unanimous voice of the church these last four are allso, together with the first three to be concidered the Voted that continue to act as of this church in Voted that & be , The question was then asked the church if the should hold their office of They were named by the President individually Voted that should retain their office of apostleship; , , were rejected from serving in that office Privilege was given to those that were rejected of making their confession if they had any to make. which was the onley one present at the time arose and parsailly [partially] confessed his sins and partly justifying his conduct by reason of the failure of the bank, his acknowledgments appeared not to be satisfactory, his conduct was strongly protested against, by in a plain and energetick manner stating various reasons why he could not receive him into fellowship untill a hearty repentance was manifested, the was followed by who acquiesed in testimony, and allso disfellowshiped the conduct of [p. 235]
& for assistant councillors & carried by a unanimous voice of the church these last four are allso, together with the first three to be concidered the Voted that continue to act as of this church in Voted that & be , The question was then asked the church if the should hold their office of They were named by the President individually Voted that should retain their office of apostleship; , , were rejected from serving in that office Privilege was given to those that were rejected of making their confession if they had any to make. which was the onley one present at the time arose and parsailly [partially] confessed his sins and partly justifying his conduct by reason of the failure of the bank, his acknowledgments appeared not to be satisfactory, his conduct was strongly protested against, by in a plain and energetick manner stating various reasons why he could not receive him into fellowship untill a hearty repentance was manifested, was followed by who acquiesed in testimony, and allso disfellowshiped the conduct of [p. 235]
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