Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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the council had nothing to do with the matter, it would belong to the committee.
said that after he was appointed was dissatisfied with the appointment, and would not be satisfied untill brother Joseph had a revelation on the subject. He has gone on and built so much of the with very little means, and if he has done every thing on his part as far as he has had the means, he considers there is no cause to discharge him till the house is finished, but if he has not he supposes he can be discharged. But if another mans wants to put himself forward and take his place above him, he considers it is disgraceful. If this council have any thing to do with the they have a right to use an influence respecting that [p. [218]]
the council had nothing to do with the matter, it would belong to the committee.
said that after he was appointed was dissatisfied with the appointment, and would not be satisfied untill brother Joseph had a revelation on the subject. He has gone on and built so much of the with very little means, and if he has done every thing on his part as far as he has had the means, he considers there is no cause to discharge him till the house is finished, but if he has not he supposes he can be discharged. But if another man wants to put himself forward and take his place above him, he considers it is disgraceful. If this council have any thing to do with the they have a right to use an influence respecting that [p. [218]]
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