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

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$48, as city watch. Referred to Com on Claim
$63.00 as supervisor Referred "
. $30,00 as city watch.— Referred "
[blank] Quick— $13,50, as city watch. Referred "
28.50, as city watch Referred "
<​Committee reported favorably on the foregoing accounts amounts.—​>
. Bill for sundry services. $67,05 referred "
Reported favorably— and Report accepted.—— <​and allowed​>
<​as appointed by nomi[n]ation,​> assessor & collectur 3d Ward for 1843
" " 4 " "
Daniel Hendricks " " 2 " "
" " 1 " "
Petition of <​& other​> granted, and others to lay out an alley <​through block 124, North and South from Parley to Kimball St.——​>
Bond, as City R[e]corder, & WmE Horner’ Bond as Inspector of flour. read and accepted approved, and given to the to deposite in the Treasury
Bill of from & . for printing, was read and referred to committe on claims, $117. decucting [deducting] 1/3 = $.78.00 Report accepted.— accou[n]t <​with the aforesaid claims​> allowed.
1/2 past 1 o clock P. M adjou[rn]ed.
8 December 1843 • Friday
Special Sessions
December 8— 1843. 4. o clock P. M
Names of members called,— Prayer by the mayor. Minutes of last conf council read and approved,
“An extra ordinan[c]e for the extra case of Joseph Smith and others,” was read twice, & the third time by its title and passed by unanimous vote.
Also “an ordinance to erect a dam in the and for other purposes” was read, & the rules dispensed with & read read twice by its title, and passed unanimously.
The Mayor suggested the idea of passing <​that the council might pass​> an ordinance to suspend the operation of the states [p. 23]
$48, as city watch. Referred to Com on Claim
$63.00 as supervisor Referred "
. $30,00 as city watch.— Referred "
[blank] Quick— $13,50, as city watch. Referred "
28.50, as city watch Referred "
Committee reported favorably on the foregoing amounts.—
. Bill for sundry services. $67,05 referred "
Reported favorably— and Report accepted.—— and allowed
as appointed by nomination, assessor & collectur 3d Ward for 1843
" " 4 " "
Daniel Hendricks " " 2 " "
" " 1 " "
Petition of & other granted, to lay out an alley through block 124, North and South from Parley to Kimball St.——
Bond, as City Recorder, & WmE Horner’ Bond as Inspector of flour. read and approved, and given to the to deposite in the Treasury
Bill from & . for printing, was read and referred to committe on claims, $117. decucting [deducting] 1/3 = $.78.00 Report accepted.— account with the aforesaid claims allowed.
1/2 past 1 o clock P. M adjourned.
8 December 1843 • Friday
Special Sessions
December 8— 1843. 4. o clock P. M
Names of members called,— Prayer by the mayor. Minutes of last council read and approved,
“An extra ordinance for the extra case of Joseph Smith and others,” was read twice, & the third time by its title and passed by unanimous vote.
Also “an ordinance to erect a dam in the and for other purposes” was read, & the rules dispensed with & read read twice by its title, and passed unanimously.
The Mayor suggested the idea that the council might pass an ordinance to suspend the operation of the states [p. 23]
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