Minutes, 28 December 1834

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Minutes of a of the assembled at the in Ohio Sabbath evening December 28th 1834. presiding, who opened by prayer
The council was organized as follows:
President
Presidnt
for
for
President
The case of Elder of Indiana, was presented to the council, by . was called to make such remarks before the council as he thought proper— who related a difficulty which formerly existed between himself and George Hartley once a member of the church in .
Four counsellors were appointed to speak on the case (viz.):
The circumstances of s former difficulty were stated by himself, Elder Hancock, , (who presided over the at one time when said difficulty was settled[)] President and . The counsellors then made their remarks, and also Presidents & J. Smith Junr. after which gave decision. That is, and has been, a member of this church, and that he is and has been an in the same. And that so far as has been presented to this council, nothing has been done by him, whereby he ought to be expelled from this church.
A vote was called which was unanimous with said decision. [p. 81]
Minutes of a of the assembled at the in Ohio Sabbath evening December 28th 1834. presiding, who opened by prayer
The council was organized as follows:
President
Presidnt
for
for
President
The case of Elder of Indiana, was presented to the council, by . was called to make such remarks before the council as he thought proper— who related a difficulty which formerly existed between himself and George Hartley once a member of the church in .
Four counsellors were appointed to speak on the case (viz.):
The circumstances of ’s former difficulty were stated by himself, Elder Hancock, , (who presided over the at one time when said difficulty was settled) President and . The counsellors then made their remarks, and also Presidents & J. Smith Junr. after which gave decision. That is, and has been, a member of this church, and that he is and has been an in the same. And that so far as has been presented to this council, nothing has been done by him, whereby he ought to be expelled from this church.
A vote was called which was unanimous with said decision. [p. 81]
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