Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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P.S. As many of our communications postmarked at , have failed of their destination, and the mails around us have been intercepted by our enemies, we shall send this to some distant office by the hand of a special messenger.
The report was then accepted by unanimous vote.
A suggestion was then made relative to printing the letters in form of a circular.
said in relation to printing the letters, he thinks we can procure hands enough to write them and he would prefer this course instead of printing them. When any thing goes to the great men of the world in the form of a printed circular it rarely attracts their attention [p. [121]]
P.S. As many of our communications postmarked at , have failed of their destination, and the mails around us have been intercepted by our enemies, we shall send this to some distant office by the hand of a special messenger.
The report was then accepted by unanimous vote.
A suggestion was then made relative to printing the letters in form of a circular.
said in relation to printing the letters, he thinks we can procure hands enough to write them and he would prefer this course instead of printing them. When any thing goes to the great men of the world in the form of a printed circular it rarely attracts their attention [p. [121]]
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