Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, November 1842–January 1844

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The Claim of & for a sum of Three Dollars & seventy five Cents for stationary, was laid before the Council, & the following Order made.
<​Cert. given same date.​>
It is hereby Ordered by the City Council &c., that the claim of & for a sum of $3,75 for Stationary got for the use of the City Council, <​up to this date,​> be, & the same is hereby allowed.
The claim of , City Recorder for extra business done for the , in the year 1842, & the use of a room & fuel & Candles for two years ending february 1843, was referred to the Committee of Claims.
It was referred to the committee of public grounds to select a street, to be opened, leading to the burying Ground.
Adjourned until next regular meeting.
31 May 1843 • Wednesday
Wednesday 10 OClock A. M. May 31st. 1843.—
Special meeting convened by order of the Mayor, <​sevl Members being absent, those present​> Adjourned <​until 6 oClock P. M.— met agreeable to adjournment.—​> The Mayor presided.— Meeting opened by Prayer.— names of Council called. minutes of two last meetings read, corrected, & approved.
A Bill was presented for an Ordinance for a Ferry, which was read the first time, Received the second Reading. was discussed at some length, when the Col.
Adjourned until Ten oClock A. M. Tomorrow.—
1 June 1843 • Thursday
Thursday June 1st. 1843. Ten oClock A. M.
City Col met agreeable to adjournment. Meeting opened by Prayer, names of Council called. minutes of last meeting read & approved. The Mayor presided.
The Bill for an Ordinance to establish a Ferry was proceeded upon, & the rules being dispensed with, it recd the third reading & [p. 16]
The Claim of & for a sum of Three Dollars & seventy five Cents for stationary, was laid before the Council, & the following Order made.
Cert. given same date.
It is hereby Ordered by the City Council &c., that the claim of & for a sum of $3,75 for Stationary got for the use of the City Council, up to this date, be, & the same is hereby allowed.
The claim of , City Recorder for extra business done for the , in the year 1842, & the use of a room & fuel & Candles for two years ending february 1843, was referred to the Committee of Claims.
It was referred to the committee of public grounds to select a street, to be opened, leading to the burying Ground.
Adjourned until next regular meeting.
31 May 1843 • Wednesday
Wednesday 10 OClock A. M. May 31st. 1843.—
Special meeting convened by order of the Mayor, sevl Members being absent, those present Adjourned until 6 oClock P. M.— met agreeable to adjournment.— The Mayor presided.— Meeting opened by Prayer.— names of Council called. minutes of two last meetings read, corrected, & approved.
A Bill was presented for an Ordinance for a Ferry, which was read the first time, Received the second Reading. was discussed at some length, when the Col.
Adjourned until Ten oClock A. M. Tomorrow.—
1 June 1843 • Thursday
Thursday June 1st. 1843. Ten oClock A. M.
City Col met agreeable to adjournment. Meeting opened by Prayer, names of Council called. minutes of last meeting read & approved. The Mayor presided.
The Bill for an Ordinance to establish a Ferry was proceeded upon, & the rules being dispensed with, it recd the third reading & [p. 16]
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