Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 3, 6 May 1845–13 January 1846

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the Catholics. A question was asked by the chair relative to the cost of the —which was answered by Er viz about $2000.— It was then concluded that if the Catholics would give $1500.— for it, it would be best to sell it.
The then instructed the Captains of hundreds and fifties to ascertain today and tomorrow the situation of the several companies in regard to means and being prepared to start on the journey and how many can be ready to start in a few days and to prepare themselves to make report in this room next tuesday at 10 A.M.
The council then adjourned to next tuesday morning at this place at 10 o clock—
clerk of council. [p. [108]]
the Catholics. A question was asked by the chair relative to the cost of the —which was answered by Er viz about $2000.— It was then concluded that if the Catholics would give $1500.— for it, it would be best to sell it.
The then instructed the Captains of hundreds and fifties to ascertain today and tomorrow the situation of the several companies in regard to means and being prepared to start on the journey and how many can be ready to start in a few days and to prepare themselves to make report in this room next tuesday at 10 A.M.
The council then adjourned to next tuesday morning at this place at 10 o clock—
clerk of council. [p. [108]]
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