Minutes, 14 May 1842

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The Petition of & for privilege to <​of​> erecting Butments & Piers in the , was referred to the Committee on public Works, who reported favourably thereon, which Report was adopted, & <​into​> the following Resolution.
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that & have privilege of erecting Butments & Piers in the , between Locust Street & the next Street North, for the indispensable use & convenience of the Steam Mill now being erected between the said Streets, on the River Beach, not infringing upon the Rights of the Ferry.
passed May 14th. 1842.
Recorder.
The Petition of Benjamin Brown & others for opening Winchester Street was referred to the Committee of Improvement, who Reported, Recommending that the Petn. be granted, which Report was Received, & adopted, by the following Resolution.— Resolved &c. that Winchester Street be opened South from Parley Street to Hills Street, at the expence of the Petitioners.—
passed May 14th. 1842.—
, Recorder.
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that Colr. be <​& he is hereby ​> Authorized to Sell a portion of the Lots of the Burying Ground, the Terms of Sale to be, one third part of the price <​or purchase Money​> to be paid down in hand, One third part to be paid in Six Months from the Time of Sale, & the remaining third to be paid in Twelve Months from the Time of Sale, the Obtaining of Security for such payments to be at the Option <​discretion​> of <​the​> said , and he to give Bonds or other <​necessary​> Documents for <​to insure​> the due performance <​fulfilment by the and ,​> of All <​Sales and​> such Agreements he may so make.
passed May 14th. 1842.
, Recorder.
Adjourned until the 2nd. Saturday in June next.— [p. 27]
The Petition of & for privilege of erecting Butments & Piers in the , was referred to the Committee on public Works, who reported favourably thereon, which Report was adopted, into the following Resolution.
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that & have privilege of erecting Butments & Piers in the , between Locust Street & the next Street North, for the indispensable use & convenience of the Steam Mill now being erected between said Streets, on the River Beach, not infringing upon the Rights of the Ferry.
passed May 14th. 1842.
Recorder.
The Petition of Benjamin Brown & others for opening Winchester Street was referred to the Committee of Improvement, who Reported, Recommending that the Petn. be granted, which Report was Received, & adopted, by the following Resolution.— Resolved &c. that Winchester Street be opened South from Parley Street to Hills Street, at the expence of the Petitioners.—
passed May 14th. 1842.—
, Recorder.
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that Colr. be & he is hereby Authorized to Sell a portion of the Lots of the Burying Ground, the Terms of Sale to be, one third part of the price or purchase Money to be paid down in hand, One third part to be paid in Six Months from the Time of Sale, & the remaining third to be paid in Twelve Months from the Time of Sale, the Obtaining of Security for such payments to be at the discretion of the said , and he to give Bonds or other necessary Documents to insure the due performance fulfilment by the and , of All Sales and Agreements he may so make.
passed May 14th. 1842.
, Recorder.
Adjourned until the 2nd. Saturday in June next.— [p. 27]
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