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History, circa 1841, fair copy

no one shall be appointed to receive commandments and revelations in this Church excepting my servant Joseph Smith Jr. for he receiveth them even as Moses and thou shalt be obedient unto the things which I shall give unto him even as Aaron to declare faithfully the commandments and revelations with power and authority unto the Church. And if thou art led at any time by the comforter to speak or teach at all times by way of commandment unto the church thou mayest do it. But thou shalt not write by way of commandment but by wisdom
And thou shalt not command him who is thy head and at the head of the church for I have given him the Keys of the mysteries and the revelations which are sealed until I shall appoint unto them another in his stead
3 And now behold I say unto you that you shall go unto the Lamenites and preach my gospel unto them and inasmuch as they receive the teachings thou shalt cause my church to be established among them and thou shalt have revelations but write them not by way of commandment.
And now behold I say unto you that [it] is not revealed and no man knoweth when the city shall be built but it shall be given hereafter.
Behold I say unto you that it shall be on the borders of the Lamenites
4 Thou shalt not leave this place until after conference and my servant be appointed to preside over the conference by the voice of it and what he saith to thee thou shalt tell.
And again thou shalt take thy bro. Hyrum Page

1800–12 Aug. 1852. Physician, farmer. Born in Vermont. Married Catherine Whitmer, 10 Nov. 1825, in Seneca Co., New York. One of the Eight Witnesses of the Book of Mormon, June 1829. Baptized into LDS church by Oliver Cowdery, 11 Apr. 1830, at Seneca Lake,...

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between him and thee alone and tell him that those things which he hath written from that stone are not of me and that satan deceiveth him for behold these things have not been appointed unto him neither shall any thing be appointed unto [p. 91]
no one shall be appointed to receive commandm ents and revelations in this Church excepting  my servant Joseph Smith Jr. for he receiveth them  even as Moses and thou shalt be obedient unto  the things which I shall give unto him even as  Aaron to declare faithfully the commandments  and revelations with power and authority unto  the Church. And if thou art led at any  time by the comfo[r]ter to speak or teach at all  times by way of commandment unto the church  thou mayest do it. But thou shalt not  write by way of commandment but by wisdom
And thou shalt not command him who is thy  head and at the head of the church for I have  given him the Keys of the mysteries and the revel ations which are sealed until I shall appoint  unto them another in his stead
3 And now behold I say unto you that you  shall go unto the Lamenites and preach my gos pel unto them and inasmuch as they receive the  teachings thou shalt cause my church to be estab lished among them and thou shalt have revelations  but write them not by way of commandment.
And now behold I say unto you that [it] is not  revealed and no man knoweth when the city  shall be built but it shall be given hereafter.
Behold I say unto you that it shall be  on the borders of the Lamenites
4 Thou shalt not leave this place until af ter conference and my servant be appointed to  preside over the conference by the voice of it  and what he saith to thee thou shalt tell.
And again thou shalt take thy bro. Hyrum Page

1800–12 Aug. 1852. Physician, farmer. Born in Vermont. Married Catherine Whitmer, 10 Nov. 1825, in Seneca Co., New York. One of the Eight Witnesses of the Book of Mormon, June 1829. Baptized into LDS church by Oliver Cowdery, 11 Apr. 1830, at Seneca Lake,...

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 between him and thee alone and tell him that those  things which he hath written from that stone are  not of me and that satan deceiveth him for  behold these things have not been appointed unto  him neither shall any thing be appointed unto [p. 91]
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JS, History, [ca. 1841], fair copy; handwriting of Howard Coray

6 May 1817–16 Jan. 1908. Bookkeeper, clerk, teacher, farmer. Born in Dansville, Steuben Co., New York. Son of Silas Coray and Mary Stephens. Moved to Providence, Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania, ca. 1827; to Williams, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania, by 1830; and...

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; 100 pages; CHL.
See also source note for JS History, circa 1841, draft.

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