Quorums of the Seventy and Others, Minutes, and JS, Discourse, , Adams Co., IL, 1–2 June 1839. Version copied [ca. 1 June 1839] in Quorums of the Seventy, “Book of Records,” pp. 79–84; handwriting of ; First Council of the Seventy Records, CHL. For more complete source information, see the source note for Discourse, 1 June 1839.
in the state of North Carolina which was considered and the council resolved That receive a letter of commendation a[nd?] be sent to the place where his labours were required and that Abra[ha]m O. Smoot be recommended to <go> with him as a fellow labourer Elder Dominicus Carter who had been labouring in the eastern part of this was recommended to return there again and to continue in labouring there as long as might be necessary
Elder communicated to the council a short history of the conduct of elder , and some of his teachings &C such as teaching that there would be of in all the world. That an elder was a and he had as much authority as any H.P. That he commanded some of the brethren from to flee from there by [p. 81]