Slide 20

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  • Henry Lake (1833):  “the so frequent use of the words ‘And it came to pass,’  ‘Now it came to pass,’ rendered it ridiculous.”

  • Martha Spalding (1833):  “The old, obsolete style, and the phrases of ‘and it came to pass,’ &c. are the same.”

  • John Spalding (1833):  “I well remember that he wrote in the old style, and commenced about every sentence with ‘and it came to pass,’ or ‘now it came to pass,’ the same as in the Book of Mormon.”

 Howe, E., 1834, Mormonism Unvailed.

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