Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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refused and he dont consider it best to notice it in our papers. He feels as said to let them alone.
Coun. said that inasmuch as it seems to be the feelings of the brethren that to publish this article in the papers will bring trouble on the church, and if he takes the responsibility on himself he will have to bear the lash and he would rather let it go.
The question being called for asked the nature of the motion before the house. He was answered by the . After which a vote was taken and passed.
Coun. thinks a good deal about Rigdonism and s course. He illustrated his feelings by relating a little anecdote.
The called upon to relate to the council the story about how the negroes [p. [207]]
refused and he dont consider it best to notice it in our papers. He feels as said to let them alone.
Coun. said that inasmuch as it seems to be the feelings of the brethren that to publish this article in the papers will bring trouble on the church, and if he takes the responsibility on himself he will have to bear the lash and he would rather let it go.
The question being called for asked the nature of the motion before the house. He was answered by the . After which a vote was taken and passed.
Coun. thinks a good deal about Rigdonism and s course. He illustrated his feelings by relating a little anecdote.
The called upon to relate to the council the story about how the negroes [p. [207]]
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