Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the work will be accomplished.
Er said the that since Conference the Twelve have been using their endeavors to send the Elders abroad, and give them the necessary instruction. He suggested the idea of the Elders being called together and receive instruction from this council relative to the object of the mission in contemplation.
President Joseph Smith said the best policy was, to send delegates through the States, and let every man assume an authoritative station as though he were somebody.
Er explained his views further in regard to calling the Elders together to give them instructions. [p. [213]]
the work will be accomplished.
Er said that since Conference the Twelve have been using their endeavors to send the Elders abroad, and give them the necessary instruction. He suggested the idea of the Elders being called together and receive instruction from this council relative to the object of the mission in contemplation.
President Joseph Smith said the best policy was, to send delegates through the States, and let every man assume an authoritative station as though he were somebody.
Er explained his views further in regard to calling the Elders together to give them instructions. [p. [213]]
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