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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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At early candle light the brethren met according to appointment. President Joseph Smith called E[lde]r to the chair. The then called Er to be clerk of the meeting After being organized the called upon the to read the two letters from the which was done. The brethren then began each to express his views of the subject set forth in the letter. It was encouraging to witness the union of feeling which prevailed on the subject and it was plain that although separated a long distance from each other yet the same feelings had run through the minds of the brethren here as was [p. [23]]
At early candle light the brethren met according to appointment. President Joseph Smith called Elder to the chair. The then called Er to be clerk of the meeting After being organized the called upon the to read the two letters from the which was done. The brethren then began each to express his views of the subject set forth in the letter. It was encouraging to witness the union of feeling which prevailed on the subject and it was plain that although separated a long distance from each other yet the same feelings had run through the minds of the brethren here as was [p. [23]]
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