Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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& lastly into the hands of the presidency of the Church & all the quorums and recd their sanction,— having now passed through all the quorums, the resolutions are received as as Law to govern the Church [p. 165]
man is as good as another, if he behaves as well, and that all men should be esteemed alike, without regard to distinction’s of an official nature,— the resolutions passed through the of the by their unanimous voice
It was then thrown before the and his council and passed unanimously—
Next into the hands of the & his council and passed unanimously
then into the hands of the of & passed unanimously
from them to the & his council & passed unanimously—
Next into the hands of the & his council & passed unanimously
From them into the hands of the & his council and passed unanimously
Next into the hands of the presidents of the . & passed unanimously
from them to the of Zion & passed unanimously—
from them to the high council of & passed unanimously—
and then into the hands of the . & passed unanimously
& lastly into the hands of the presidency of the Church & all the quorums and recd their sanction,— having now passed through all the quorums, the resolutions are received as a Law to govern the Church [p. 165]
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