Minutes, 17 August 1840

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effecting a complete and radical cure; when it is a well known fact that and his family were sick nigh unto death during the fall and winter: thus endeavoring to vindicate the conduct of in palming his deception on community.
Eighthly— For acting an unrighteous and unholy part in the High Council, and because I. opposed his course he sought for evil against me, to slander and defame my character, destroy my influence and drive me from my seat in the Council— that the Council might enter immediately into the consecration law which he publickly declared was the determination of the High Council (of ) and I alone opposed their proceedings and had spoken against the proceedings of the High— Council in public; stating that the council of the First Presidency was contrary to the proceedings of the High Council (of ) and that Prest was vested with the authority of the First Presidency [p. 72]
effecting a complete and radical cure; when it is a well known fact that and his family were sick nigh unto death during the fall and winter: thus endeavoring to vindicate the conduct of in palming his deception on community.
Eighthly— For acting an unrighteous and unholy part in the High Council, and because I. opposed his course he sought for evil against me, to slander and defame my character, destroy my influence and drive me from my seat in the Council— that the Council might enter immediately into the consecration law which he publickly declared was the determination of the High Council (of ) and I alone opposed their proceedings and had spoken against the proceedings of the High— Council in public; stating that the council of the First Presidency was contrary to the proceedings of the High Council (of ) and that Prest was vested with the authority of the First Presidency [p. 72]
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