History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

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the latter there cannot. The latter can only be called in question by the general authorites of the in case of transgression.
14. Resolved that the President, or Presidents of the seat of the of the church, shall have power to determine whether any [HC 2:30] such case, as may be appealed, is justly entitled to a re-hearing, after examining the appeal and the evidences and statements accompanying it
15. The twelve counselors then proceeded to cast lots, or ballot, to ascertain who should speak first, and the following was the result namely;—
, No. 1, No. 7.
, " 2, " 8.
" 3, " 9.
" 4, " 10,
" 5, " 11.
" 6, " 12.
After prayer the conference adjourned.
) Clerks
,)
18–19 February 1834 • Tuesday–Wednesday
On the 18th I reviewed and corrected the minutes of the organization of the ; and on the 19th. of February the council assembled, according to adjournment from the 17th.; when the revised minutes were presented and read to the council, I urged the necessity of prayer, that the Spirit might be be given, that the things of the spirit might be judged thereby; because the carnal mind cannot discern the things of God, &c. The minutes were read three times, and unanimously adopted, and received for a form and constitution of of the High Council of the church of Christ hereafter; with this provision, that if the should hereafter discover any lack in the same, he should be privileged to fill it up.
The number present, who received the above named documents was twenty six , eighteen , three , one , and fourteen private members, making in all sixty two. [HC 2:31] [p. 431]
the latter there cannot. The latter can only be called in question by the general authorites of the in case of transgression.
14. Resolved that the President, or Presidents of the seat of the of the church, shall have power to determine whether any [HC 2:30] such case, as may be appealed, is justly entitled to a re-hearing, after examining the appeal and the evidences and statements accompanying it
15. The twelve counselors then proceeded to cast lots, or ballot, to ascertain who should speak first, and the following was the result namely;—
, No. 1, No. 7.
, " 2, " 8.
" 3, " 9.
" 4, " 10,
" 5, " 11.
" 6, " 12.
After prayer the conference adjourned.
) Clerks
,)
18–19 February 1834 • Tuesday–Wednesday
On the 18th I reviewed and corrected the minutes of the organization of the ; and on the 19th. of February the council assembled, according to adjournment from the 17th.; when the revised minutes were presented and read to the council, I urged the necessity of prayer, that the Spirit might be be given, that the things of the spirit might be judged thereby; because the carnal mind cannot discern the things of God, &c. The minutes were read three times, and unanimously adopted, and received for a form and constitution of the High Council of the church of Christ hereafter; with this provision, that if the should hereafter discover any lack in the same, he should be privileged to fill it up.
The number present, who received the above named documents was twenty six , eighteen , three , one , and fourteen private members, making in all sixty two. [HC 2:31] [p. 431]
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