The called upon E[lde]r , to open the meeting by prayer which was done.
The then said that it was with timidity he took the place of this morning, but he is always determined to stand where he is told to. had given him instructions what to do and he felt to do it.
He then called those who had been invited to become members of the council to take their seats in the centre, viz. , , , and and called upon to give them their charge and the object of the organization, which [p. ]
Roundy was among those recommended for council membership in the 4 February meeting. Because of illness he missed the 1 March meeting, during which he would have been inducted. (Council of Fifty, “Record,” 4 Feb. and 1 Mar. 1845.)