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

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to keep away. For himself, any thing that belongs to himself he has a right to do what he has a mind to with it, but any thing which belongs to a council he never tells of it.
There have been men admitted here in the room of absent members, and when the members are here themselves, it is expected that those who have been called in, to fill the place of such will not meet with us, and he hopes they will have no feelings.
Coun. stated concerning some of his neighbors telling him about the brethren who are gone on a mission to the Indians. These cases have come from the brethren who are gone west.
The said we have some of the [p. [10]]
to keep away. For himself, any thing that belongs to himself he has a right to do what he has a mind to with it, but any thing which belongs to a council he never tells of it.
There have been men admitted here in the room of absent members, and when the members are here themselves, it is expected that those who have been called in, to fill the place of such will not meet with us, and he hopes they will have no feelings.
Coun. stated concerning some of his neighbors telling him about the brethren who are gone on a mission to the Indians. These cases have come from the brethren who are gone west.
The said we have some of the [p. [10]]
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