Minutes and Discourse, 1–2 June 1839

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into their hands for any purpose whatever which account should be rendered to the of the , and spoke at great length on the subject of every being just who has any thing entrusted to his charge and be able at all times to give an account <​of​> his stewardship
addressed the council much to the same effect, both of them enjoining it upon the to remember the bishops of the church in their travels, and on all proper occasions when it would with propriety be done, to solicit aid for the poor and send that which they might receive to the Bishop or Bishops to be by them appropriated according to the laws of the church.
Elder made known a request which had been sent to him to return to the late field of his labours in [p. 80]
into their hands for any purpose whatever which account should be rendered to the of the , and spoke at great length on the subject of every being just who has any thing entrusted to his charge and be able at all times to give an account of his stewardship
addressed the council much to the same effect, both of them enjoining it upon the to remember the bishops of the church in their travels, and on all proper occasions when it would with propriety be done, to solicit aid for the poor and send that which they might receive to the Bishop or Bishops to be by them appropriated according to the laws of the church.
Elder made known a request which had been sent to him to return to the late field of his labours in [p. 80]
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