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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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to missions &c for the benifit of those who had not previously attended council He also gave some instructions pertaining to the kingdom of God. In his remarks he referred to the conduct of .
The brethren proposed for admission each spake their feelings & their determination to abide by the order of the council. referred to the course he had taken with and the feeling he had for him inasmuch as he was the one who baptized him. He felt unwilling to give him up, but would not sanction nor coincide with his treachery and opposition to Prest. Smith A motion was made that the above brethren be received which was carried unanimously. [p. [52]]
to missions &c for the benifit of those who had not previously attended council He also gave some instructions pertaining to the kingdom of God. In his remarks he referred to the conduct of .
The brethren proposed for admission each spake their feelings & their determination to abide by the order of the council. referred to the course he had taken with and the feeling he had for him inasmuch as he was the one who baptized him. He felt unwilling to give him up, but would not sanction nor coincide with his treachery and opposition to Prest. Smith A motion was made that the above brethren be received which was carried unanimously. [p. [52]]
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