Minutes, 16 September 1835

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granted, and the council to be adjourned till tomorrow but requested some explanation from the President, and was instructed as follows. When a heinous crime is committed & indignity offered to the then it is the privilege of the of the High council to stamp it with indignation under foot & cut off the offender as in the case just decided.
, then withdrew his objection to the decision of the Presidency, which was acknowledged by the whole house.
After prayer By President council adjourned
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granted, and the council to be adjourned till tomorrow but requested some explanation from the President, and was instructed as follows. When a heinous crime is committed & indignity offered to the then it is the privilege of the of the High council to stamp it with indignation under foot & cut off the offender as in the case just decided.
, then withdrew his objection to the decision of the Presidency, which was acknowledged by the whole house.
After prayer By President council adjourned
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