George A. Smith lists the Bible, Book of Mormon, and Doctrine and Covenants as being among the larger category of "standard works."

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George A. Smith
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George A. Smith, "Prayer Must Be Remembered in Families—Elders to Be Sent on Missions—Building Temples—Temples Necessary to Salvation—Home Manufactures—the United Order," October 11, 1874, Journal of Discourses, 26 vols. (Liverpool: Albert Carrington, 1875), 17:161

David W. Evans, Albert Carrington
George A. Smith
Latter-day Saints, Reading Public

We are anxious to publish the standard works of the Church to a greater extent than hitherto. Some of them have been republished, and others are in progress, and we wish to have the co-operation of the Saints, generally, throughout the Territory, in helping on this work. Our publications should be in every family of the Saints, and we wish to exercise that kind of influence in the midst of our people that will lead them to make themselves acquainted with the contents of the Bible, Book of Mormon, Book of Doctrine and Covenants, and such other Works as are or have been published illustrative of the principles of life and salvation made known in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, that they may be more generally understood by those professing to the Latter-day Saints.

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