Minutes, 27 May 1843

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a howl that I was guilty of impoper conducte. If Isabella Armstrong, is ever so bad so much the worse.
The patriarchal office is the highest office in the church. and conferred this office, on , on his death bed.—
A baptist minister this morning said sir I am wrong you are right—
Prest Joseph said, he should not act on the case but should reserve himself for a an appeal.—
Minutes of Confrince read, Elder [Peter] Hess letter, and Eliza Nicholsen letter were read to council.
spoke. said at a good meeting in , Elder
in a public meeting in said that there was not three, in the meeting but what had lied.—
It was none of the business of the twelve or the first Presidency where he goes, or his family.— wished if the case was to be passed by, he wished the High council to try the case, <​& he would have him, give up his licence— till he came to ​>
Presidit [president] Joseph said the High Council of could not try the case, the twelve must try it.—
,— said he was not an old g[r]anny & plead that ought to have a heering.—
say — moved that, this case be adjured [adjourned] till tomorow 10 o clock— sd [seconded] by. , <​(Motion (withdrawd​>
objected.— & gave his objection no new evidince can be had.— he has denied the jurisdiction, of the 12ve.—— did not leave &c.— cannot destroy the testimony of from ,
Elder .— said called an old granny.— [p. 3]
a howl that I was guilty of impoper conducte. If Isabella Armstrong, is ever so bad so much the worse.
The patriarchal office is the highest office in the church. and conferred this office, on , on his death bed.—
A baptist minister this morning said sir I am wrong you are right—
Prest Joseph said, he should not act on the case but should reserve himself for a an appeal.—
Minutes of Confrince read, Elder [Peter] Hess letter, and Eliza Nicholsen letter were read to council.
spoke. said at a good meeting in ,
in a public meeting in said that there was not three, in the meeting but what had lied.—
It was none of the business of the twelve or the first Presidency where he goes, or his family.— wished if the case was to be passed by, he wished the High council to try the case, & he would have him, give up his licence— till he came to
Presidit [president] Joseph said the High Council of could not try the case, the twelve must try it.—
,— said he was not an old granny & plead that ought to have a heering.—
— moved that, this case be adjured [adjourned] till tomorow 10 o clock— sd [seconded] by. , (Motion (withdrawd
objected.— & gave his objection no new evidince can be had.— he has denied the jurisdiction, of the 12ve.—— did not leave — &c.— cannot destroy the testimony from ,
Elder .— said called an old granny.— [p. 3]
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