Minutes, 14 October 1843

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October 14— 1843, 10' o clock A. M.
Regular Meeting. A minority of the council issued a warrant to the to call absent membe[r]s at half past eleven. Names of members called. Prayer by ,— Minutes of last councel read and approved.—
A Bill was presented By for “an Ordinance Concerning the Measurement of Stone Coal, and Lime,[”] which was read twice, <​on motion to insert the number 10 in blank​>— , , , , , The President <​Mayor​>, , The Preside[n]t , The President replied, , , , , The president <​Mayor​>, spoke in objection to regulating the bushel by weight.— motion lost. Bill Laid on the table.
Wm. E. Horner— was appointed inspector of flour in the City of .
The ordinance concerning the inspection of flour in the city of , passed Sept 18th 1843, <​was read​> followed with remarks by , the Presdent, &.
council adjourned.— <​at 1 o’clock P. M.​> [p. 22]
October 14— 1843, 10' o clock A. M.
Regular Meeting. A minority of the council issued a warrant to the to call absent members at half past eleven. Names of members called. Prayer by ,— Minutes of last councel read and approved.—
A Bill was presented By for “an Ordinance Concerning the Measurement of Stone Coal, and Lime,” which was read twice, on motion to insert the number 10 in blank— , , , , , The Mayor, , The President , The President replied, , , , , The Mayor, spoke in objection to regulating the bushel by weight.— motion lost. Bill Laid on the table.
Wm. E. Horner— was appointed inspector of flour in the City of .
The ordinance concerning the inspection of flour in the city of , passed Sept 18th 1843, was read followed with remarks by , the Presdent, &.
council adjourned.— at 1 o’clock P. M. [p. 22]
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