Nauvoo City Council Minute Book, 3 February 1841–8 February 1845

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spoke to Evidence, on part of Complt..—
The Complt. spoke upon the Testimony given.—
The following Counsellors spoke, & adverted to the Evidence.— (The made Observations,) To Wit, Joseph Smith, , , & ,
A vote was then called for, by Ayes & Noes, whether be guilty of all, or any, of the charges, preferred against him,—
The number of the Council present was 17, who voted in the affirmative for his acquittal, without a dissenting Voice.
Adjourned until Saturday Ev.g. Jany. 15th., Inst..—
January 1st. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 15 January 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Ev.g. Janr.y. 15th. 1842.—
City Col. met pursuant to adjournment,— Meeting opened by Prayer,— Minutes of last Meeting Read.
A Petition was presented on behalf of & , praying that Lumber Street be opened to the full extent, as it is obstructed by Fence, which was referred to , Colrs , & .
moved a Petn. from Joseph Fisher & others, for opening Back Street from Mulholland Street, to Munson Street, referred to a Committee of , ; & .
The Petn. of John Burscough & others respecting a Street, was referred to a Committee, viz & , & .
The Petn. of for a Street to be opened, was referred to Colrs. , , & .
The Petn. of supervisor of Streets, allowed, for a Sum of $36,12½, for 35¼ days ‘Work on Streets, & 87½ <​cts​> Smith Work included.
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spoke to Evidence, on part of Complt..—
The Complt. spoke upon the Testimony given.—
The following Counsellors spoke, & adverted to the Evidence.— (The made Observations,) To Wit, Joseph Smith, , , & ,
A vote was then called for, by Ayes & Noes, whether be guilty of all, or any, of the charges, preferred against him,—
The number of the Council present was 17, who voted in the affirmative for his acquittal, without a dissenting Voice.
Adjourned until Saturday Ev.g. Jany. 15th., Inst..—
January 1st. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 15 January 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Ev.g. Janr.y. 15th. 1842.—
City Col. met pursuant to adjournment,— Meeting opened by Prayer,— Minutes of last Meeting Read.
A Petition was presented on behalf of & , praying that Lumber Street be opened to the full extent, as it is obstructed by Fence, which was referred to , Colrs , & .
moved a Petn. from Joseph Fisher & others, for opening Back Street from Mulholland Street, to Munson Street, referred to a Committee of , ; & .
The Petn. of John Burscough & others respecting a Street, was referred to a Committee, viz & , & .
The Petn. of for a Street to be opened, was referred to Colrs. , , & .
The Petn. of supervisor of Streets, allowed, for a Sum of $36,12½, for 35¼ days ‘Work on Streets, & 87½ cts Smith Work included.
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