Minutes, 7 November 1837

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him, and . Pres’t. then spake a few words by way of confession, and was followed by .
The vote was called and carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned for one hour.
Meeting convened according to adjournment, a hymn was sung and a prayer offered up by the . was nominated for an assistant President, for this , by Pres’t. Joseph Smith jr. He rose and made certain remarks on the subject of the charges refered to above, by way of confession also. when the vote was put by Pres’t. , and passed unanimous.
Elder , , , , , , and , were unanimously chosen , and was objected by John Anderson, who went aside to converse. was unanimously chosen. was nominated and was objected by Elder , because he was too noisy— By because of his military office, and by because he was a merchant— made a few remarks, the vote was called and was unanimous. and were unanimously chosen. John Anderson then took the stand and made his objections to , after which also spake the vote was called and he unanimously chosen.
The were then called viz: , , , , , , , , , , and . [p. 84]
him, and . Pres’t. then spake a few words by way of confession, and was followed by .
The vote was called and carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned for one hour.
Meeting convened according to adjournment, a hymn was sung and a prayer offered up by the . was nominated for an assistant President, for this , by Pres’t. Joseph Smith jr. He rose and made certain remarks on the subject of the charges refered to above, by way of confession also. when the vote was put by Pres’t. , and passed unanimous.
Elder , , , , , , and , were unanimously chosen , and was objected by John Anderson, who went aside to converse. was unanimously chosen. was nominated and was objected by Elder , because he was too noisy— By because of his military office, and by because he was a merchant— made a few remarks, the vote was called and was unanimous. and were unanimously chosen. John Anderson then took the stand and made his objections to , after which also spake the vote was called and he unanimously chosen.
The were then called viz: , , , , , , , , , , and . [p. 84]
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