Minutes, 15 March 1841, Draft

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Colr J. Smith, asked whether they could be treated respectably, otherwise they should not be invited, he had not accomodations, but was willing to pay part of the Expence.
said he thought if they were invited, it should be by the Citizens & not th by this Council.
The spoke, & stated that several of them were Citizens of this , & in that respect would be at Home when here.
withdrew his Motion.
was sworn in as Weigher & Sealer for the .
Adjourned to this day two Weeks at one oClock, at same Place,
15th March 1841.
, Mayor. [p. 15]
Colr J. Smith, asked whether they could be treated respectably, otherwise they should not be invited, he had not accomodations, but was willing to pay part of the Expence.
said he thought if they were invited, it should be by the Citizens & not by this Council.
The spoke, & stated that several of them were Citizens of this , & in that respect would be at Home when here.
withdrew his Motion.
was sworn in as Weigher & Sealer for the .
Adjourned to this day two Weeks at one oClock, at same Place,
15th March 1841.
, Mayor. [p. 15]
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