A letter was read from Pres[iden]t. J[oseph]. A. McRae, stating that a married woman, a convert, desired baptism, but had been told by him to wait in the hope of receiving her husband's consent; that the woman had waited so long that she now desired to know if baptism could be denied her longer, and Pres[iden]t. McRae wished to know the mind of the Presidency regarding it.
The mind of the Council was that she be advised to still wait in the hope of getting her husband's consent, this on motion of Brother Grant. ...
[First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes]
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