Minutes, 18 January 1835

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The several who were appointed to speak addressed the to considerable length, followed by & . went into some minute particulars relative to the propriety of the tarrying of the brethren, before the council, and gave his mind that they stay. occupieed considerable time. and laid before the council at much length, the importance of assisting the church in this place, to move forward the great work of preparing a place in which the might be , and of printing and sending out the word of the Lord. President Smith took up the subject still further, and occupied a long time in presenting the importance of the same thing and gave decision that assist with his might, to build up the cause by tarrying in . The vote of the council was called and passed by unanimous voice. Closed by prayer of
The next council will be arranged as follows:
clerk} of Council} [p. 83]
The several who were appointed to speak addressed the to considerable length, followed by & . went into some minute particulars relative to the propriety of the tarrying of the brethren, before the council, and gave his mind that they stay. occupieed considerable time. and laid before the council at much length, the importance of assisting the church in this place, to move forward the great work of preparing a place in which the might be , and of printing and sending out the word of the Lord. President Smith took up the subject still further, and occupied a long time in presenting the importance of the same thing and gave decision that assist with his might, to build up the cause by tarrying in . The vote of the council was called and passed by unanimous voice. Closed by prayer of
The next council will be arranged as follows:
clerk} of Council} [p. 83]
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