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 testimo ny in favor of the book, and with the Priests, accepted and ac knowledged 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 acknow ledged 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 unianimous  vote.
The venerable President, , then bore record of the truth of the book, and with his five silver-headed as sistants, and the whole congregation, accepted and acknowl edged it as the doctrine and covenants of their faith, by a  unanimous vote. The several authorities, and the general as sembly, 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 Presiden cy, with cuplifted 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 unianimous 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 cuplifted hands, and dismissed.
,)Clerks.
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