Doctrine and Covenants, 1835

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vote. Acting President, , gave his testimony in favor of the book, and with the travelling Elders, accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
, acting President of the Priests, gave his testimony in favor of the book, and with the Priests, accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
, acting President of the Teachers, gave his testimony in favor of the book, and they accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrines and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
acting President of the Deacons, bore record of the truth of the book, and they accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
The venerable President, , then bore recordof the truth of the book, and with his five silver-headed assistants, and the whole congregation, accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote. The several authorities, and the general assembly, by a unanimous vote, accepted of the labors of the committee.
President then read an article on Marriage, which was accepted and adopted, and ordered to be printed in said book, by a unanimous vote.
President then read an article on “governments and laws in general,” which was accepted and adopted, and ordered to be printed in said book, by a unanimous vote.
A hymn was then sung. President returned thanks, after which the assembly was blessed by the Presidency, with uplifted hands, and dismissed.
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vote. Acting President, , gave his testimony in favor of the book, and with the travelling Elders, accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
, acting President of the Priests, gave his testimony in favor of the book, and with the Priests, accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
, acting President of the Teachers, gave his testimony in favor of the book, and they accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrines and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
acting President of the Deacons, bore record of the truth of the book, and they accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote.
The venerable President, , then bore recordof the truth of the book, and with his five silver-headed assistants, and the whole congregation, accepted and acknowledged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a unanimous vote. The several authorities, and the general assembly, by a unanimous vote, accepted of the labors of the committee.
President then read an article on Marriage, which was accepted and adopted, and ordered to be printed in said book, by a unanimous vote.
President then read an article on “governments and laws in general,” which was accepted and adopted, and ordered to be printed in said book, by a unanimous vote.
A hymn was then sung. President returned thanks, after which the assembly was blessed by the Presidency, with uplifted hands, and dismissed.
,)Clerks.
,)
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