State of Illinois v. Withers, Nauvoo, IL, Mayor's Court, 9 February 1844
The City Charter: Laws, Ordinances, and Acts of the City Council of the City of Nauvoo. And also, the Ordinances of the Nauvoo Legion: From the Commencement of the City to This Date. Nauvoo, IL: Nauvoo City Council, 1842.
The Public and General Statute Laws of the State of Illinois: Containing All the Laws . . . Passed by the Ninth General Assembly, at Their First Session, Commencing December 1, 1834, and Ending February 13, 1835; and at Their Second Session, Commencing December 7, 1835, and Ending January 18, 1836; and Those Passed by the Tenth General Assembly, at Their Session Commencing December 5, 1836, and Ending March 6, 1837; and at Their Special Session, Commencing July 10, and Ending July 22, 1837. . . . Compiled by Jonathan Young Scammon. Chicago: Stephen F. Gale, 1839.
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