History Draft [1 January–30 June 1842]

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<​28—​> The High Council were in session as th[e]y had been from day to day th[ro]ugh the week investigating charges agaist various indivduals for unvitious crimes, throughcommitted through the teachings of , several were cut off & some were forgivn on confesion.
29–31 May 1842 • Sunday–Tuesday
<​29​> Sunday 29. I was at at home. also, at home and about the engagd in counilling the brethn &c on Mondy & Tuesday the 30 & 31st.— [p. 16]
28— The High Council were in session as they had been from day to day through the week investigating charges agaist various indivduals for unvitious crimes, committed through the teachings of , several were cut off & some were forgivn on confesion.
29–31 May 1842 • Sunday–Tuesday
29 Sunday 29. I was at at home. also, at home and about the engagd in counilling the brethn &c on Mondy & Tuesday the 30 & 31st.— [p. 16]
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