Minutes, 3 February 1841, Copy

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The City Council met at the House of at Six OClock P. M. on Wednesday the 3rd. day of February 1841.—
. the Mayor, was sworn into office, by , J.P.
Meeting opened by Prayer, by Joseph Smith.
The Mayor gave Notice that had been appointed City Marshal, & requested the public to respect & obey him as such.
Aldermen, , , , & , and Counsellors, Joseph Smith, , , , , , , & , were sworn into office by the Mayor, having respectively subscribed their oath of office, & the Mayor, having duly subscribed his oath of office.
, who was Elected as the other City Colr. not being present.
was appointed City Marshal, & sworn, & to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed City Treasurer, & sworn, & to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed City Recorder, & sworn, and to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed Supervisor of Streets, not present, to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed City Assessor, & sworn, & to continue for two years.
The then addressed the Council, & Citizens, by an inaugural Speech of considerable length, and read, & [p. 1]
The City Council met at the House of at Six OClock P. M. on Wednesday the 3rd. day of February 1841.—
. the Mayor, was sworn into office, by , J.P.
Meeting opened by Prayer, by Joseph Smith.
The Mayor gave Notice that had been appointed City Marshal, & requested the public to respect & obey him as such.
Aldermen, , , , & , and Counsellors, Joseph Smith, , , , , , , & , were sworn into office by the Mayor, having respectively subscribed their oath of office, & the Mayor, having duly subscribed his oath of office.
, who was Elected as the other City Colr. not being present.
was appointed City Marshal, & sworn, & to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed City Treasurer, & sworn, & to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed City Recorder, & sworn, and to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed Supervisor of Streets, not present, to continue for two years ensuing.
appointed City Assessor, & sworn, & to continue for two years.
The then addressed the Council, & Citizens, by an inaugural Speech of considerable length, and read, & [p. 1]
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