Letterbook 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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for the of the high a standard for the people  Nos 19-20-21 the law of the  Kingdom of heaven and Messinger to the people  for the high Priesthood after the order of  Aaron Nos-16-17-18 house of the Lord  for the in Zion Messinger to the  Church Nos 13-14-15 house of the Lord  for the in Zion helps in governm ent underneath must be writen on  each house holiness to the Lord
The scale of the plot is 40 perches  to the inch

Plan of the House of the Lord • 25 June 1833

A discription of the  which is to be built first in Zion—
This for the Presidency  is eighty seven feet Long and sixty one  feet wide and ten feet taken off of the  east end for the stair way leaves the inner  court 78 feet by 61, which is Calculated and  divided for seats in the following manner  Viz The two Aisles 4 feet wide each, the middle  block of pews are 11 feet 10 inches long and  and 3 feet wide each and and the 2 lines  drawn through the middle are four inches  apart for which a curtin is to drop at  right angles and divide the house into  four parts if necessary the side blocks  of pews are 14 and half feet long and  3 feet wide, the 5 pews in each corner  of the house are twelve feet 6 inches long  the open spaces between the corner and  side pews are for five places. those in the  west are 9 feet wide and the east ones  are 8 feet and 8 inches wide and the chim ney—— [p. 41]
for the of the high a standard for the people Nos 19-20-21 the law of the Kingdom of heaven and Messinger to the people for the high Priesthood after the order of Aaron Nos-16-17-18 house of the Lord for the in Zion Messinger to the Church Nos 13-14-15 house of the Lord for the in Zion helps in government underneath must be writen on each house holiness to the Lord
The scale of the plot is 40 perches to the inch

Plan of the House of the Lord • 25 June 1833

A discription of the which is to be built first in Zion—
This for the Presidency is eighty seven feet Long and sixty one feet wide and ten feet taken off of the east end for the stair way leaves the inner court 78 feet by 61, which is Calculated and divided for seats in the following manner Viz The two Aisles 4 feet wide each, the middle block of pews are 11 feet 10 inches long and and 3 feet wide each and and the 2 lines drawn through the middle are four inches apart for which a curtin is to drop at right angles and divide the house into four parts if necessary the side blocks of pews are 14 and half feet long and 3 feet wide, the 5 pews in each corner of the house are twelve feet 6 inches long the open spaces between the corner and side pews are for five places. those in the west are 9 feet wide and the east ones are 8 feet and 8 inches wide and the chimney—— [p. 41]
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