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Rules and Regulations, 14 January 1836

body, also an insult offered to any of the officers of said Church while officiating shall be considered an insult to the whole body—
3d— All persons are prohibited from going up the stairs in times of worship
4th— all persons are prohibited from exploring the house

JS revelation, dated Jan. 1831, directed Latter-day Saints to migrate to Ohio, where they would “be endowed with power from on high.” In Dec. 1832, JS revelation directed Saints to “establish . . . an house of God.” JS revelation, dated 1 June 1833, chastened...

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except waited upon by a person appointed for that purpose—
5th— all persons are prohibited from going into the several pulpits except the officers who are appointed to officiate in the same
6th— All persons are prohibited from cutting marking or marring the inside or outside of the house

JS revelation, dated Jan. 1831, directed Latter-day Saints to migrate to Ohio, where they would “be endowed with power from on high.” In Dec. 1832, JS revelation directed Saints to “establish . . . an house of God.” JS revelation, dated 1 June 1833, chastened...

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with a knife pencil or any other instrument whatever, under pain of such penalty as the law shall inflict—
7th— All children are prohibited from assembling in the house

JS revelation, dated Jan. 1831, directed Latter-day Saints to migrate to Ohio, where they would “be endowed with power from on high.” In Dec. 1832, JS revelation directed Saints to “establish . . . an house of God.” JS revelation, dated 1 June 1833, chastened...

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above or below or any part of it to play or for recreation at any time, and all parents guardians or masters shall be ameneable for all damage that shall accrue in consequence of their children—
8th— All persons whether believers or unbelievers shall be treated with due respect by the authorities of the Church— [p. 112]
body, also an insult offered to any  of the officers of said Church while  officiating shall be considered an insu lt to the whole body—
3d— All persons are prohibited from  going up the stairs in times of worship
4th— all persons are prohibited from  exploring the house

JS revelation, dated Jan. 1831, directed Latter-day Saints to migrate to Ohio, where they would “be endowed with power from on high.” In Dec. 1832, JS revelation directed Saints to “establish . . . an house of God.” JS revelation, dated 1 June 1833, chastened...

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except waited  upon by a person appointed for that  purpose—
5th— all persons are prohibited from  going <in>to the several pulpits except  the officers who are appointed to  officiate in the same
6th— All persons are prohibited from  cutting marking or marring the  inside or outside of the house

JS revelation, dated Jan. 1831, directed Latter-day Saints to migrate to Ohio, where they would “be endowed with power from on high.” In Dec. 1832, JS revelation directed Saints to “establish . . . an house of God.” JS revelation, dated 1 June 1833, chastened...

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 with a knife pencil or any other  instrument whatever, under pain  of such penalty as the law shall  inflict—
7th— All children are prohibited from  assembling in the house

JS revelation, dated Jan. 1831, directed Latter-day Saints to migrate to Ohio, where they would “be endowed with power from on high.” In Dec. 1832, JS revelation directed Saints to “establish . . . an house of God.” JS revelation, dated 1 June 1833, chastened...

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above or  below or any part of it to play or  for recreation at any time, and  all parents guardians or masters  shall be ameneable for all damage  that shall accrue in consequence of  their children—
8th— All persons whether believers or  unbelievers shall be treated with  due respect by the authority <authorities> of the  Church— [p. 112]
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Rules and Regulations, Kirtland

Located ten miles south of Lake Erie. Settled by 1811. Organized by 1818. Population in 1830 about 55 Latter-day Saints and 1,000 others; in 1838 about 2,000 Saints and 1,200 others; in 1839 about 100 Saints and 1,500 others. Mormon missionaries visited township...

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, OH, 14 Jan. 1836; in JS, Journal, Sept. 1835–Apr. 1836, pp. 111–113; handwriting of Warren Parrish

10 Jan. 1803–3 Jan. 1877. Clergyman, gardener. Born in New York. Son of John Parrish and Ruth Farr. Married first Elizabeth (Betsey) Patten of Westmoreland Co., New Hampshire, ca. 1822. Lived at Alexandria, Jefferson Co., New York, 1830. Purchased land at...

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