Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 3, 6 May 1845–13 January 1846

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they are needing let us help them for a while untill we see how matters go.
Remarks were made by several on the same subject.
The said that inasmuch as this is a hurrying time of the year he would suggest the propriety of dissolving the council for the time being untill something of importance shall arise to call the council together. There are some vessels in the council which are leaky, some of the members have told their wives what is passing here, and he felt to caution the brethren against it. If there are any here who cannot keep matters to themselves let them keep out of the council. There is no need of our telling any thing, and if there are any in the council who do tell tales out of council he would advise them [p. [9]]
they are needing let us help them for a while untill we see how matters go.
Remarks were made by several on the same subject.
The said that inasmuch as this is a hurrying time of the year he would suggest the propriety of dissolving the council for the time being untill something of importance shall arise to call the council together. There are some vessels in the council which are leaky, some of the members have told their wives what is passing here, and he felt to caution the brethren against it. If there are any here who cannot keep matters to themselves let them keep out of the council. There is no need of our telling any thing, and if there are any in the council who do tell tales out of council he would advise them [p. [9]]
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