Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
Page [256]
image
of and that a letter should be written to requesting his assistance in the matter. Also that a letter be written to our Representatives in Congress requesting their aid in accomplishing this object, and lastly that a petition be got up to accompany the resignation
In consequence of so much disorder and confusion—three or four members being all the while speaking at the same time—the minutes could not be taken in full
The council adjourned untill next friday at 2 o clock P.M. [p. [256]]
of and that a letter should be written to requesting his assistance in the matter. Also that a letter be written to our Representatives in Congress requesting their aid in accomplishing this object, and lastly that a petition be got up to accompany the resignation
In consequence of so much disorder and confusion—three or four members being all the while speaking at the same time—the minutes could not be taken in full
The council adjourned untill next friday at 2 o clock P.M. [p. [256]]
Page [256]