Minutes, 10 June 1844

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are we offer[i]ng or have we offe[re]d to take away the right of any one No <​thes[e]​> 2 days? NO!!!— f[ro]m ev[er]y qu[a]rters.—
Refer[re]d to Laws Grinding the poor— and spoke at gr[e]at length.— in supp[or]t of active mesur [measures] to put dow[n] iniquity.—
spoke f[r]om the chair. exp[r]essed his feeli[n]gs that the p[r]ess ought to be demolish
Resoluti[o]n on the pr[i]nting press. read. and pas[s]ed.
Petiti[o]n of Samu[e]l Gul[l]y & 9 othr [others] read rules dispnd [dispensed] with and Petiti[o]n order[e]d to be gantd [granted].— <​committe[e] on Petition of repo[r]ted unfav[o]rable— repo[r]t ac[ce]pted and Petition orde[re]d to be laid on the table indefin[i]tely​>
Voted that the Collector of the 4th w[a]rd have an extensi[o]n of 60 days <​for the collecti[o]n of Taxes fo[r] 1843—​>
10 minutes pa[s]t 6 coun[c]il adjnd [adjourned].—
offe[re]d his name in testmy [testimony] vs [p. 31]
are we offering or have we offered to take away the right of any one these 2 days? NO!!!— from every quarters.—
Referred to Laws Grinding the poor— and spoke at great length.— in support of active mesur [measures] to put down iniquity.—
spoke from the chair. expressed his feelings that the press ought to be demolish
Resolution on the printing press. read. and passed.
Petition of Samuel Gully & 9 othr [others] read rules dispnd dispensed with and Petition ordered to be gantd [granted].— committee on Petition of reported unfavorable— report accepted and Petition ordered to be laid on the table indefinitely
Voted that the Collector of the 4th ward have an extension of 60 days for the collection of Taxes for 1843—
10 minutes past 6 council adjnd adjourned.—
offered his name in testmy [testimony] vs [p. 31]
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