Minutes, 10 June 1844

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are we offer[i]ng or have we offe[re]d to take away the right of any one No <​thes[e]​> 2 days? NO!!!— f[ro]m ev[er]y qu[a]rters.—
Referd to Laws Grinding the poor— and spoke at gr[e]at length.— in supp[or]t of active mesur [measures] to put dow[n] iniquity.—
spoke f[r]om the chair. exp[r]essed his feeli[n]gs that the p[r]ess ought to be demolish[ed]
Resoluti[o]n on the pr[i]nting press. read. and pas[s]ed.
Petiti[o]n of Samul Guly [Samuel Gully] & 9 othr [others] read rules dispnd [dispensed] with and Petiti[o]n orderd to be gantd [granted].— <​committe[e] on Petition of repo[r]ted unfav[o]rable— repo[r]t ac[ce]pted and Petition orde[re]d to be laid on the table indefintely​>
Voted that the Collector of the 4[th] w[a]rd have an extensi[o]n of 60 days <​for the collecti[o]n of Taxes fo[r] 1843—​>
10 minutes pa[s]t 6 coun[c]il adjnd [adjourned].—
offe[re]d his name in testmy [testimony] vs [p. [31]]
are we offering or have we offered to take away the right of any one these 2 days? NO!!!— from every quarters.—
Referd to Laws Grinding the poor— and spoke at great length.— in support of active mesur [measures] to put down iniquity.—
spoke from the chair. expressed his feelings that the press ought to be demolished
Resolution on the printing press. read. and passed.
Petition of Samul Guly [Samuel Gully] & 9 othr [others] read rules dispnd dispensed with and Petition orderd to be gantd [granted].— committee on Petition of reported unfavorable— report accepted and Petition ordered to be laid on the table indefintely
Voted that the Collector of the 4[th] ward have an extension of 60 days for the collection of Taxes for 1843—
10 minutes past 6 council adjnd adjourned.—
offered his name in testmy [testimony] vs [p. [31]]
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