Letterbook 1

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
Page 42
image
Chimney Carried up in the wall where  they are marked with a pencil the  pulpit in the west end of the house  is to be occupied by the high Priesthood  as follows No 1 for the president and his  Councel No 2 for the Bishop and his Councel  No 3 for the high Priest and No 4 for the  Elders each of these are 8 feet Long containing  3 Coves or stands for the respective speakers  and those seats opposite them are for visiting  officers who are to occupy seats according  to their respective grades the 2 spaces in  the middle are stairs 2 feet wide the  middle pulpit is to be elevated the  first seats one foot and 2d two feet the 3d  3 feet and the fourth 4 feet— and those  upon each side are also to be elevated  the first one 8 inches the 2d, 16 the 3d 24— the  4th 32 inches and the 5th 40 inches——  The pulpit in the east end of the house  is to be occupied the corner seats are  to be occupied by singers and elevated  the first seat 6 inches the 2d 12— the 3d  18— the 4— 24 and the 5th 30 inches——  the pulpit in the east end of the house  is to be occupied by the lesser Priesthood  No 1 the Presidency of the lesser Priesthood  No 2 for the Priests No 3 for the teache[rs]  and No 4 for the deacons and the seats  by their sides are also to be occupied  by visiting officers each one opposite  his respective grade &c. the pulpits are  to be done off with pannel work in the  best manner workmanlike manner and  the building to be composed of Stone  and brick of the best kind—— [p. 42]
Chimney Carried up in the wall where they are marked with a pencil the pulpit in the west end of the house is to be occupied by the high Priesthood as follows No 1 for the president and his Councel No 2 for the Bishop and his Councel No 3 for the high Priest and No 4 for the Elders each of these are 8 feet Long containing 3 Coves or stands for the respective speakers and those seats opposite them are for visiting officers who are to occupy seats according to their respective grades the 2 spaces in the middle are stairs 2 feet wide the middle pulpit is to be elevated the first seats one foot and 2d two feet the 3d 3 feet and the fourth 4 feet— and those upon each side are also to be elevated the first one 8 inches the 2d, 16 the 3d 24— the 4th 32 inches —— the corner seats are to be occupied by singers and elevated the first seat 6 inches the 2d 12— the 3d 18— the 4— 24 and the 5th 30 inches—— the pulpit in the east end of the house is to be occupied by the lesser Priesthood No 1 the Presidency of the lesser Priesthood No 2 for the Priests No 3 for the teachers and No 4 for the deacons and the seats by their sides are also to be occupied by visiting officers each one opposite his respective grade &c. the pulpits are to be done off with pannel work in the best workmanlike manner and the building to be composed of Stone and brick of the best kind—— [p. 42]
Page 42