Book of Abraham Manuscript, circa July–circa November 1835–B [Abraham 1:4–2:2]

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<O> unto the fathers, have I Kept even unto this day.
H And I shall endeavour to write some of these things upon this record, for the benefit of my posterity that shall come after me,
H Now the Lord God caused the famine to wax sore in the land of Ur, insomuch that Haran my brother died, but Terah my father yet lived, in the land of Ur of the Chaldeas, and it came to pass that I Abram took Sarai to wife and Nahor, my brother, took Milcah to wife.
H Who was the daughter of Haran,
H
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O unto the fathers, have I Kept even unto this day.
H And I shall endeavour to write some of these things upon this record, for the benefit of my posterity that shall come after me,
H Now the Lord God caused the famine to wax sore in the land of Ur, insomuch that Haran my brother died, but Terah my father yet lived, in the land of Ur of the Chaldeas, and it came to pass that I Abram took Sarai to wife and Nahor, my brother, took Milcah to wife.
H Who was the daughter of Haran,
H
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