Petition from Henry G. Sherwood and Others, 8 December 1843

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To the Honbl. the City Council in and for the City of
We Your petitioners would hereby set forth that we have (as we now suppos[e]) been mistaken in the intention of the ordinance Concerning the public revenue of the City of passed Oct 31— 1842— Where it in Sec 21 requires a publication of Lots & lands not having the tax paid on them &c — and have inadvertantly omitted complying with the Spirit of the Law in that case— And do hereby ask of your honorable body to pardon such fault of omission— And grant a further indulgence of the same agreeable to the provision made in said ordinance— and we will ever pray—
Decr 8th 1843—
Assr & Collector of the fourth ward
Assr & Collector of the third Ward
John. S. Higbee of the 1st Ward [p. [1]]
To the Honbl. the City Council in and for the City of
We Your petitioners would hereby set forth that we have (as we now suppose) been mistaken in the intention of the ordinance Concerning the public revenue of the City of passed Oct 31— 1842— Where it in Sec 21 requires a publication of Lots & lands not having the tax paid on them &c — and have inadvertantly omitted complying with the Spirit of the Law in that case— And do hereby ask of your honorable body to pardon such fault of omission— And grant a further indulgence of the same agreeable to the provision made in said ordinance— and we will ever pray—
Decr 8th 1843—
Assr & Collector of the fourth ward
Assr & Collector of the third Ward
John. S. Higbee of the 1st Ward [p. [1]]
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