March 18, 1833
At a meeting of high priests, Joseph Smith ordained Sidney Rigdon and Frederick G. Williams as counselors in the presidency of the Church, to which they had previously been called, as recorded in Doctrine and Covenants 81. Many of those present saw visions.
History of the Church, Joseph Smith, 1:334-35
"Frederick Granger Williams of the First Presidency of the Church," Frederick G. Williams, BYU Studies 12:3
Opening the Heavens: Accounts of Divine Manifestations, 1820–1844, John W. Welch, p. 312
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