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

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explained in relation to the law of the in regard to notifying concerning the acts of the Legislature. He apprehends that when the law was passed and returned by the council of revision and published in the public paper that it would then be considered legal notice, and we should be bound by it.
s motion was then seconded
wished to amend the resolution by adding at the close “while they should be absent”.
The resolution and amendment was then put to the house and passed.
Coun. said he submitted to accept the appointment not because of his ability, but because of his willingness to do whatever the authorities wished him. [p. [242]]
explained in relation to the law of the in regard to notifying concerning the acts of the Legislature. He apprehends that when the law was passed and returned by the council of revision and published in the public paper that it would then be considered legal notice, and we should be bound by it.
s motion was then seconded
wished to amend the resolution by adding at the close “while they should be absent”.
The resolution and amendment was then put to the house and passed.
Coun. said he submitted to accept the appointment not because of his ability, but because of his willingness to do whatever the authorities wished him. [p. [242]]
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