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

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The advised him to move into Brother Clarks house and make a shop of his whole house. This was finally put as a motion and carried unanimously.
Coun. wanted every man to remember the arsenal.
said the stone for the Arsenal are on the ground, and two hundred bushels of lime ready. He expected the men would go to work on monday. Other materials are ready also. He requested the influence of the council to forward the work.
said he had five dollars in his hands for the arsenal.
Various remarks on this subject followed by sundry members, after which a somewhat lengthy conversation was entered into on the subject of adjournment [p. [321]]
The advised him to move into Brother Clarks house and make a shop of his whole house. This was finally put as a motion and carried unanimously.
Coun. wanted every man to remember the arsenal.
said the stone for the Arsenal are on the ground, and two hundred bushels of lime ready. He expected the men would go to work on monday. Other materials are ready also. He requested the influence of the council to forward the work.
said he had five dollars in his hands for the arsenal.
Various remarks on this subject followed by sundry members, after which a somewhat lengthy conversation was entered into on the subject of adjournment [p. [321]]
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