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

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A motion was made that be received as a member of this council to occupy the seat of his brother which was seconded and carried unanimosly
The reading of the minutes of the previous meeting was dispensed with.
The title of the constitution of this kingdom was related by the and accepted by .
Er then related some matters pertaining to his labors in draughting a constitution for this kingdom, and stated the reasons why he discontinued his labors. He considered that if we made a constitution it would be a man made thing, and he considered that if God gave us laws to govern us and we receive those laws God must also give us a constitution. [p. [15]]
A motion was made that be received as a member of this council to occupy the seat of his brother which was seconded and carried unanimosly
The reading of the minutes of the previous meeting was dispensed with.
The title of the constitution of this kingdom was related by the and accepted by .
Er then related some matters pertaining to his labors in draughting a constitution for this kingdom, and stated the reasons why he discontinued his labors. He considered that if we made a constitution it would be a man made thing, and he considered that if God gave us laws to govern us and we receive those laws God must also give us a constitution. [p. [15]]
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