Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, February–December 1841

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8 March 1841 • Monday
Monday 8th. March 1841.
City Col. met purst to adjournment— Meeting opened by Pray[er]
Minutes of last meeting Read.—
Colr. J. Smith moved that <​the​> general ordinances now before the Committee be brought forward seperately, for the Convenience of discussion.
Seconded & Carried.—
Colr J. Smith moved that be appointed City Surveryor,— Seconded, & carried.—
Colr J. Smith moved that be appointed Weigher & Sealer for the , seconded, & Carried.—
moved, and it was seconded, & Carried that the appointment of Collector for of taxes in the <​ be to​> James Robinson, Collector <​the Assessor,​> seconded, & carried accordingly.
Moved, seconded, & Carried, that—— <​be appointed​> Market Master for the .
, , & , were sworn in High Constables for the .—
was sworn in Supervisor of Streets of the
Colr J. Smith moved, & it was seconded, & Carried, [that] be at liberty to address the Council respecting Nuisances, & he spoke accordingly.—
Colr. J. Smith stated that <​the​> Mill partly stands on the Street, & that no Logs can be put up to the Mill without being on the Street, & spoke at length.
moved that explain, how he came [to] have Title to <​the​> Premises upon which Mill Stands, and explained.
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8 March 1841 • Monday
Monday 8th. March 1841.
City Col. met purst to adjournment— Meeting opened by Prayer
Minutes of last meeting Read.—
Colr. J. Smith moved that the general ordinances now before the Committee be brought forward seperately, for the Convenience of discussion.
Seconded & Carried.—
Colr J. Smith moved that be appointed City Surveryor,— Seconded, & carried.—
Colr J. Smith moved that be appointed Weigher & Sealer for the , seconded, & Carried.—
moved, and it was seconded, & Carried that the appointment of Collector of taxes in the be to James Robinson, the Assessor, seconded, & carried accordingly.
Moved, seconded, & Carried, that—— be appointed Market Master for the .
, , & , were sworn in High Constables for the .—
was sworn in Supervisor of Streets of the
Colr J. Smith moved, & it was seconded, & Carried, [that] be at liberty to address the Council respecting Nuisances, & he spoke accordingly.—
Colr. J. Smith stated that the Mill partly stands on the Street, & that no Logs can be put up to the Mill without being on the Street, & spoke at length.
moved that explain, how he came [to] have Title to the Premises upon which Mill Stands, and explained.
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