Journal, 1835–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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9th— no imposition shall be practiced upon any member of the church by depriving them of their <rights> in the — council adjourned sini di [sine die]
returned home and spent the after no[o]n,— towards evening returned from , the capital of , I could not spend much time with him being under obligation to attend at s to join Mr. and Mrs in matrimony also Mr. and Miss at the same place, I found a large company assembled, the house was filled to overflowing, we opened our interview by singing and prayer suited to the occasion after which I made some remarks in relation to the duties that are incumbent on husbands and wives, in particular the great importance there is in cultivating the pure principles of the institution, in all it’s bearings, and connexions with each other and society in general
I then invited them to arise and join hands, and pronounced the ceremony according to the rules and regulations of the
Closed after which I pronounced such blessings upon their heads as the Lord put into my heart even even the blessings of Abraham Isaac and Jacob, and dismissed by singing and prayer
we then took some refreshment [p. [113]]
9th— no imposition shall be practiced upon any member of the church by depriving them of their rights in the — council adjourned sini di [sine die]
returned home and spent the after noon,— towards evening returned from , the capital of , I could not spend much time with him being under obligation to attend at s to join Mr. and Mrs in matrimony also Mr. and Miss at the same place, I found a large company assembled, the house was filled to overflowing, we opened our interview by singing and prayer suited to the occasion after which I made some remarks in relation to the duties that are incumbent on husbands and wives, in particular the great importance there is in cultivating the pure principles of the institution, in all it’s bearings, and connexions with each other and society in general
I then invited them to arise and join hands, and pronounced the ceremony according to the rules and regulations of the
after which I pronounced such blessings upon their heads as the Lord put into my heart even the blessings of Abraham Isaac and Jacob, and dismissed by singing and prayer
we then took some refreshment [p. [113]]
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