Minutes, 27 May 1843

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her dropsical. left late in the evening gone 6 or 8 months in Kentucky, inder suspicus circumstances
Mrs Thacher says that Isabellas sister said every family had a black sheep—. & they had one. a certain Lady had seen her in drink, & run in debt to give money to the Saints.—
Ned simpson: Is ferquntly seen with her. & blackley, atrocois villain.—
She have been the public talk in the church, my being silencd by the twelve has caused me a great deal of trouble &c
. when he was in — one said Isabellas conduct was very rediculous. & if she was not moved she ought to be.— towns talk,— when I preached on adultery, she left the house
said he was pesident of the counsil in — when this subject was investegated,
, said the council might be called at my request, to settle the money affair, nothing—
Adams, I deny having in vited any thing about old affairs.— in calling the council—
to <​but​> it was called to investigate the money. & about Bro Derby Darby,—— after which.— Mrs Nicholsen, & others came forward after the money investigation.—
President Joseph Smith called for order.—
said there was no triel [trial] before the councel.
" J. Smith said that there it was a bag of nonsense to sit here without witnesses & hear one story [after?] another. Prest, J. Smith, it has been the character of from the beginning to contredict every body & evey thing, and I have been under the ire of his tongue.— he introduced me into several familyes & I had to have a contention with him at every house. I disgraced him before the confernce. & to be revenged he told one of the most damnable lies about me. visited sister [Hannah Ann Dubois Smith] Dibble. small hat shop.— told her to come to with me. & I would protect hers & set up a howl [p. 2]
her dropsical. left late in the evening gone 6 or 8 months in Kentucky, inder suspicus circumstances
Mrs Thacher says that Isabellas sister said every family had a black sheep—. & they had one. a certain Lady had seen her in drink, & run in debt to give money to the Saints.—
Ned simpson: Is ferquntly seen with her. & blackley, atrocois villain.—
She have been the public talk in the church, my being silencd by the twelve has caused me a great deal of trouble &c
. when he was in — one said Isabellas conduct was very rediculous. & if she was not moved she ought to be.— towns talk,— when I preached on adultery, she left the house
said he was pesident of the counsil in — when this subject was investegated,
, said the council might be called at my request, to settle the money affair, nothing—
Adams, I deny having in vited any thing about old affairs.— in calling the council—
but it was called to investigate the money. & about Bro Darby,—— after which.— Mrs Nicholsen, & others came forward after the money investigation.—
President Joseph Smith called for order.—
said there was no triel [trial] before the councel.
" J. Smith said that it was a bag of nonsense to sit here without witnesses & hear one story [after] another. Prest, J. Smith, it has been the character of from the beginning to contredict every body & evey thing, and I have been under the ire of his tongue.— he introduced me into several familyes & I had to have a contention with him at every house. I disgraced him before the confernce. & to be revenged he told one of the most damnable lies about me. visited sister Hannah Ann Dubois Smith Dibble. small hat shop.— told her to come to with me. & I would protect hers & set up a howl [p. 2]
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