Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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her position in regard to other nations.
The made some remarks on his experience and views on various subjects.
The standing chairman arose to move that brother be sent on a mission to the Lamanites to instruct them to unite together and cease their enmity towards each other, to & to be diligent and faithful for that would be pleasing in the sight of our heavenly father.
The motion was seconded by
Er asked a question for information which was answered by Prest. J.
Er was favorable to the mission
proposed that have someone to go with him.
Prest. J. Smith objected. He considered [p. [46]]
her position in regard to other nations.
The made some remarks on his experience and views on various subjects.
The standing chairman arose to move that brother be sent on a mission to the Lamanites to instruct them to unite together and cease their enmity towards each other, & to be diligent and faithful for that would be pleasing in the sight of our heavenly father.
The motion was seconded by
Er asked a question for information which was answered by Prest. J.
Er was favorable to the mission
proposed that have someone to go with him.
Prest. J. Smith objected. He considered [p. [46]]
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