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

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house to hear what was said, but he wanted the brethren to be free and speak what they had a mind to, and express their feelings in full. He thought it would be wisdom to appoint three of the councillors to keep watch by turns and see that no one was near. He appointed , & and desired that <​some​> one keep on watch all the while.
The was then called upon to state to the new members the relationship of as standing chairman to this council, head and lawgiver &c, after which on motion a vote was taken of the whole house and all voted to sustain in his place as standing chairman, Prophet, Priest, and King &c.
Remarks were then made by councillors , , the & , [p. [35]]
house to hear what was said, but he wanted the brethren to be free and speak what they had a mind to, and express their feelings in full. He thought it would be wisdom to appoint three of the councillors to keep watch by turns and see that no one was near. He appointed , & and desired that some one keep on watch all the while.
The was then called upon to state to the new members the relationship of as standing chairman to this council, head and lawgiver &c, after which on motion a vote was taken of the whole house and all voted to sustain in his place as standing chairman, Prophet, Priest, and King &c.
Remarks were then made by councillors , , the & , [p. [35]]
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