Minutes, 14 December 1844, Extract, as Published in Nauvoo Neighbor

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
Regular Session—December 14, 1844.
A letter was read from the Recorder , and was accepted as clerk for the time being.
The bills of Messrs. and S[amuel] M. Marr were allowed as [a]mended.
The bill of was re[f]erred to the committe on claims.
An ordinance to locate an alley on block sixty nine and other alleys or lanes.
An ordinance incorporating the Seventies Library and Institute Association
An ordinance to amend an ordinance, entitled, an ordinance to erect a dam in the and for o[t]her purposes, passed December 8th [1]843.
Petition of and 21 others for permission to to make a dam in the , ordered to be laid on the table.
Petition of and four others to open the street next east of Speers street between Parley and Young streets, was granted.
The bill of for $48,25 [f]or assessing and collecting in third ward, was allowed.
The bill of for 1020 lbs salted beef was allowed $30,60.
Bill of Grubb & Ritchie of $57,81 was referred to and .
It was motioned and carried that the Trustees in Trust be indemnified in their claims on the .
It was motioned and carried that [t]he Treasurer audit the accounts presented to him by the Trustees in Trust, and give them receipts for the same.
It was motioned and carried that the committee on public grounds have further time allowed them to report on the burying ground, also that they be instructed to find out the boundary line of the old burying ground, and to make the same decent by fencing it out.
It was motioned and carried that the fill up the vacancies of Regents and Registrar in the Nauvoo University when he appointed Mr. Registrar, and , , , , , , , , Professor , , , , , , , , , Jonathan C. Wright, , , , and James M. Monroe to be the Regents in said University.
It was motioned and carried that the treasurer give orders to the councillors to the amount of their dues.
Adjourned until next Regular Session.
,
Mayor.
, Recorder. [p. [3]]
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
Regular Session—December 14, 1844.
A letter was read from the Recorder , and was accepted as clerk for the time being.
The bills of Messrs. and Samuel M. Marr were allowed as amended.
The bill of was referred to the committe on claims.
An ordinance to locate an alley on block sixty nine and other alleys or lanes.
An ordinance incorporating the Seventies Library and Institute Association
An ordinance to amend an ordinance, entitled, an ordinance to erect a dam in the and for other purposes, passed December 8th 1843.
Petition of and 21 others for permission to to make a dam in the , ordered to be laid on the table.
Petition of and four others to open the street next east of Speers street between Parley and Young streets, was granted.
The bill of for $48,25 for assessing and collecting in third ward, was allowed.
The bill of for 1020 lbs salted beef was allowed $30,60.
Bill of Grubb & Ritchie of $57,81 was referred to and .
It was motioned and carried that the Trustees in Trust be indemnified in their claims on the .
It was motioned and carried that the Treasurer audit the accounts presented to him by the Trustees in Trust, and give them receipts for the same.
It was motioned and carried that the committee on public grounds have further time allowed them to report on the burying ground, also that they be instructed to find out the boundary line of the old burying ground, and to make the same decent by fencing it out.
It was motioned and carried that the fill up the vacancies of Regents and Registrar in the Nauvoo University when he appointed Mr. Registrar, and , , , , , , , , Professor , , , , , , , , , Jonathan C. Wright, , , , and James M. Monroe to be the Regents in said University.
It was motioned and carried that the treasurer give orders to the councillors to the amount of their dues.
Adjourned until next Regular Session.
,
Mayor.
, Recorder. [p. [3]]
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