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Volume contains Wilford Woodruff's notes beginning in 1841 in Nauvoo recording Joseph Smith's sermons and instructions, interspersed with copies of revelations received by Joseph Smith as early as 1832, recorded in Doctrine and Covenants as sections 118, 112, 105, 87, 103, and 124 (through verse 126). Woodruff also synopsizes sermons of Parley P. Pratt, Heber C. Kimball, and Brigham Young. Also includes Wilford Woodruff's 1860 entries for bids for grain for Camp Floyd. Volume was originally used by Asahel H. Woodruff beginning in 1837 to record sundry notations (some in shorthand) and vignettes of his early childhood.