Minutes, 6 November 1837

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Opened by prayer by
Several topics were discussed, where it was unanimously voted, that it be reccommended to the proprietors of the Corporation of , to petition the Trustees of said corporation, to alter the streets or lessen them so as to make each block contain four acres of ground and each block be divided into four lots.
Secondly:
Voted unanimously, that it is the opinion of this , that there— is sufficient room in this country, for the Churches to continue gathering from abroad.
Third
Voted unanimously, that the building of the in this place be postponed till the Lord shall reveal it to be his will to be commenced.
On motion of the meeting was adjourned until early candlelight.
met according to adjournment.
Remarks by , , and , and , , , , , , Joseph Smith jr. , upo[n] the previous disposition of the Town plot and the purchase of land &c. &c.
All difficulties were satisfactorily settled except a matter between J. Smith jr. and , which was refered to themselves with the agreement [p. 81]
& (from .) The , and some other .
Opened by prayer by
Several topics were discussed, where it was unanimously voted, that it be reccommended to the proprietors of the Corporation of , to petition the Trustees of said corporation, to alter the streets or lessen them so as to make each block contain four acres of ground and each block be divided into four lots.
Secondly:
Voted unanimously, that it is the opinion of this , that there— is sufficient room in this country, for the Churches to continue gathering from abroad.
Third
Voted unanimously, that the building of the in this place be postponed till the Lord shall reveal it to be his will to be commenced.
On motion of the meeting was adjourned until early candlelight.
met according to adjournment.
Remarks by , , and , and , , , , , , Joseph Smith jr. , upon the previous disposition of the Town plot and the purchase of land &c. &c.
All difficulties were satisfactorily settled except a matter between J. Smith jr. and , which was refered to themselves with the agreement [p. 81]
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