Journal, 1835–1836

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and some of the schollars respecting, the sale of some Bibles,— his feelings were much hurt appearantly, he made some remarks concerning it to each class at noon he called on the with his feelings much depressed, we gave him all the satisfaction we could in righteousness, and his feelings were measurbly allayed
This evening the several met agreeably to adjourment and were organized according to their official standing in the church.
I then arose and made some remarks on the object of our meeting which are as follows.
1st To receive or reject certain resolutions that were drafted by a commitee chosen for that purpose at a preceeding meeting respecting for and other .
2nd To sanction by the united voice of the quorum certain resolutions respecting members; that had passed through each quorum seperately for without any alteration or amendment except<​ing​> in the quorum of the .
The council opened by singing and prayer. President then arose and read the resolutions respecting licenses three times, the third time he read the article <​resolutions​> he gave time and oppertunity after reading each article for objections to be made if any there were; no objections were made— I then observed that these resolutions must needs pass through each quorum seperately begining at the and concequently it must first be thrown into the hands of the & his council as equal rights & privileges are my motto, and one [p. 164]
and some of the schollars respecting, the sale of some Bibles,— his feelings were much hurt appearantly, he made some remarks concerning it to each class at noon he called on the with his feelings much depressed, we gave him all the satisfaction we could in righteousness, and his feelings were measurbly allayed
This evening the several met agreeably to adjourment and were organized according to their official standing in the church.
I then arose and made some remarks on the object of our meeting which are as follows.
1st To receive or reject certain resolutions that were drafted by a commitee chosen for that purpose at a preceeding meeting respecting for and other .
2nd To sanction by the united voice of the quorum certain resolutions respecting members; that had passed through each quorum seperately without any alteration or amendment excepting in the quorum of the .
The council opened by singing and prayer. President then arose and read the resolutions respecting licenses three times, the third time he read the resolutions he gave time and oppertunity after reading each article for objections to be made if any there were; no objections were made— I then observed that these resolutions must needs pass through each quorum seperately begining at the and concequently it must first be thrown into the hands of the & his council as equal rights & privileges are my motto, and one [p. 164]
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