Times and Seasons, 15 April 1842

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the same to the Mayor, whose duty it shall be, upon being satisfied in such case, that the aforesaid accommodations are not kept as required by the third section of this act, to annul the license which had been granted for such tavern or ordinary, which license shall from that time cease and determine.
Sec. 7, That if any person or persons keeping a tavern or ordinary, shall refuse to permit a High Constable (or person acting as such) to make the examination required by the sixth section of this act, or if any other person or persons shall prevent or attempt to prevent the High Constable (or person acting as such,) as aforesaid, from making such examination, the person or persons so refusing, preventing or attempting to prevent, shall each, upon conviction thereof, be fined in the sum of twenty dollars, and the license for such tavern or ordinary, shall cease and determine, and be annulled by the Mayor.
Sec. 8, That all keepers of ordinaries or taverns, shall be, and they are hereby prohibited from selling spirituous liquors; and any keeper of a tavern or ordinary, who shall sell or permit to be sold, any spiritous liquors, in violation of this prohibition, shall, on conviction, for the first offence, be fined in the sum of twenty dollars, and for the second offence, forfeit his license, which shall be annulled by the Mayor.
Sec. 9, That in all cases where the Mayor shall annul the license of any tavern or ordinary keeper, under the provisions of this act, he shall notify the person whose license shall be annulled, of the fact, in writing, to be left at the tavern or ordinary of such person, by the High Constable, or person acting as High Constable, or a police officer of the ward in which the tavern or ordinary of such person may be, and any person who, after having been so notified, shall sell spiritous liquors, or keep a tavern or ordinary without having obtained a new license, shall, for each and every offence, incur the same fine.
Sec. 10, That all fines under this act, shall be recovered and distributed as is by law provided for the recovery and distribution of fines.
Passed April 9th 1842.
, Mayor,
, Recorder.
 
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LIST OF LETTERS,
Containing remittances, paid at this office for the “Times and Seasons,” since Jan. 15 ,1842; until the present date, April 15, 1842.
Ebenezer Hanks, Burton Ill. $2 00
Dr. L. M. Knight, Pleasant Garden, Ia. 2 00
Joseph King, Monticello, Ill. 2 00
Harry Childs, Lamoile, Ill. 1 00
J. J. Jackson, Belvedere, Ill. 62
Joel H. Huntington, West Canaan, O. 2 00
Wm. J. Sterrett, Beartown, Pa. 10 00
Arthur Monfort, Mason, O. 2 00
Lyman Higley, Utica, N. Y. 2 00
Nathaniel H. Turner, So St. George, Me. 5 00
M. H. Perk, West Milton, O. 2 00
Wm. Johnson, Spoon River, Ill. 2 00
Wm. Henrie, Dunlap, O. 2 00
Samuel Pepper, Esq. Brookhaven, Mi. 2 00
Moses Chidester, Milford Centre, N. Y. 2 00
Job Barnum, Monkton, Vt. 1 00
Cade A. Crawley, Camden, Tenn. 1 00
Nesbit Bradley, , Pa. 2 00
Josiah H. Perry, Keesville, N. Y. 2 00
Elias Stone, , O. 1 00
Julian Moses, , Pa. 1 00
Abijah Crane, Medfield, Mass. 1 00
Capt. Isaac Downs, South Davis, Mass. 2 00
Elisha H. Davis, Lancaster, Pa. 10 00
Wm. Small, , Pa. 4 00
Mason Buss, Wendall, Ill. 2 00
Joseph Duff, Sacketts Harbor, N. Y. 1 00
Calvin C. Pendleton, Hope, Me. 2 00
Jacob Griffith, , Pa. 2 00
George Clair, Hudson, N. Y. 2 00
David Neptune, Freeport, Pa. 2 00
, , O. 3 00
Christopher Dixon, Ohio 2 00
S. W. Brandon, Stewart co Tenn. 1 00
Wm. Harry, Chaneyville Ohio 1 00
Wm. West, Mannville N. Y. 4 00
E. P. Maginne [Eli P. Maginn], Mass. 25 00
 
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The Times and Seasons,
is edited by
Joseph Smith.
Printed and published about the first and fifteenth of every month, on the corner of Water and Bain Streets, , Hancock County, Illinois, by
JOSEPH SMITH.
TERMS.—Two Dollars per annum, payable in all cases in advance. Any person procuring five new subscribers, and forwarding us Ten Dollars current money, shall receive one volume gratis. All letters must be addressed to Joseph Smith, publisher, post paid, or they will not receive attention. [p. 766]
the same to the Mayor, whose duty it shall be, upon being satisfied in such case, that the aforesaid accommodations are not kept as required by the third section of this act, to annul the license which had been granted for such tavern or ordinary, which license shall from that time cease and determine.
Sec. 7, That if any person or persons keeping a tavern or ordinary, shall refuse to permit a High Constable (or person acting as such) to make the examination required by the sixth section of this act, or if any other person or persons shall prevent or attempt to prevent the High Constable (or person acting as such,) as aforesaid, from making such examination, the person or persons so refusing, preventing or attempting to prevent, shall each, upon conviction thereof, be fined in the sum of twenty dollars, and the license for such tavern or ordinary, shall cease and determine, and be annulled by the Mayor.
Sec. 8, That all keepers of ordinaries or taverns, shall be, and they are hereby prohibited from selling spirituous liquors; and any keeper of a tavern or ordinary, who shall sell or permit to be sold, any spiritous liquors, in violation of this prohibition, shall, on conviction, for the first offence, be fined in the sum of twenty dollars, and for the second offence, forfeit his license, which shall be annulled by the Mayor.
Sec. 9, That in all cases where the Mayor shall annul the license of any tavern or ordinary keeper, under the provisions of this act, he shall notify the person whose license shall be annulled, of the fact, in writing, to be left at the tavern or ordinary of such person, by the High Constable, or person acting as High Constable, or a police officer of the ward in which the tavern or ordinary of such person may be, and any person who, after having been so notified, shall sell spiritous liquors, or keep a tavern or ordinary without having obtained a new license, shall, for each and every offence, incur the same fine.
Sec. 10, That all fines under this act, shall be recovered and distributed as is by law provided for the recovery and distribution of fines.
Passed April 9th 1842.
, Mayor,
, Recorder.
 
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The agents of the Times and Seasons are requested to act as agents for The Wasp. They will please forward what subscriptions they may procure as soon as possible, that we may know whether we shall be warranted in continuing its publication. As fast as the names of subscribers are received, The Wasp will be forwarded by us. A list of agents for The Wasp will appear in the next number of that paper.
.
 
————
LIST OF LETTERS,
Containing remittances, paid at this office for the “Times and Seasons,” since Jan. 15 ,1842; until the present date, April 15, 1842.
Ebenezer Hanks, Burton Ill. $2 00
Dr. L. M. Knight, Pleasant Garden, Ia. 2 00
Joseph King, Monticello, Ill. 2 00
Harry Childs, Lamoile, Ill. 1 00
J. J. Jackson, Belvedere, Ill. 62
Joel H. Huntington, West Canaan, O. 2 00
Wm. J. Sterrett, Beartown, Pa. 10 00
Arthur Monfort, Mason, O. 2 00
Lyman Higley, Utica, N. Y. 2 00
Nathaniel H. Turner, So St. George, Me. 5 00
M. H. Perk, West Milton, O. 2 00
Wm. Johnson, Spoon River, Ill. 2 00
Wm. Henrie, Dunlap, O. 2 00
Samuel Pepper, Esq. Brookhaven, Mi. 2 00
Moses Chidester, Milford Centre, N. Y. 2 00
Job Barnum, Monkton, Vt. 1 00
Cade A. Crawley, Camden, Tenn. 1 00
Nesbit Bradley, , Pa. 2 00
Josiah H. Perry, Keesville, N. Y. 2 00
Elias Stone, , O. 1 00
Julian Moses, , Pa. 1 00
Abijah Crane, Medfield, Mass. 1 00
Capt. Isaac Downs, South Davis, Mass. 2 00
Elisha H. Davis, Lancaster, Pa. 10 00
Wm. Small, , Pa. 4 00
Mason Buss, Wendall, Ill. 2 00
Joseph Duff, Sacketts Harbor, N. Y. 1 00
Calvin C. Pendleton, Hope, Me. 2 00
Jacob Griffith, , Pa. 2 00
George Clair, Hudson, N. Y. 2 00
David Neptune, Freeport, Pa. 2 00
, , O. 3 00
Christopher Dixon, Ohio 2 00
S. W. Brandon, Stewart co Tenn. 1 00
Wm. Harry, Chaneyville Ohio 1 00
Wm. West, Mannville N. Y. 4 00
E. P. Maginne [Eli P. Maginn], Mass. 25 00
 
——————————
The Times and Seasons,
is edited by
Joseph Smith.
Printed and published about the first and fifteenth of every month, on the corner of Water and Bain Streets, , Hancock County, Illinois, by
JOSEPH SMITH.
TERMS.—Two Dollars per annum, payable in all cases in advance. Any person procuring five new subscribers, and forwarding us Ten Dollars current money, shall receive one volume gratis. All letters must be addressed to Joseph Smith, publisher, post paid, or they will not receive attention. [p. 766]
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