son. He then referred to the labors of the committee and said that the council could not decide as to their labors untill they had completed their work. They could only sanction what been done and the committee must continue untill they had completed the document.
Er said that the course which the committee had pursued was the very course, suggested to him before they commenced their labors
Er made some remarks on government in general.
Er wished to speak some of the feelings of his heart. He referred to the intelligence and power he had realized while sitting [p. ]