Minutes, 11 March 1843

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Saturday March 11th. 1843, ten oClock A. M.
The City Council met. Meeting opened by prayer. Names of Council called. Minutes of last meeting read & approved. presided.
lodged his Bond, was sworn, and took his seat in Council.
<​Cert given same date.​>
It is hereby ordered &c that Knight Street be opened from the Temple Square, East, to farm, at the expence of A. W. Whitney & others, Petitioners.—
It is hereby ordered &c that Ripley Street be opened from the Newyork Store unto Herringshaws Land, at the expence of & other Petitioners.—
The petition of & ors, to have Wight Street opened from Warsaw Street, <​East​> to Winchester Street, between Mulholland & Parley Streets, is hereby referred to the Committee of public Grounds.
The petition of Abraham Bond & others, to open the Street running North from Young Street, to premises owned by Mr. Bond, a distance from Young Street, about 30 rods, was referred to the Committee of public grounds.
The Petition of & others, to have Winchester Street opened from Parley Street South to the , was referred to the Committee of public grounds.
The Committee of municipal laws, obtained time to bring in the Code of Criminal laws now in a state of preparation by them.
<​order given same day.​>
The claim of <​Genl​> for the use of his office as a Council room, & fuel & candles, up to thisdate, amounting to thirteen dollars & twenty five cents, is hereby allowed.
The [p. 11]
<​These 3 Orders given same day.—​>
The claim of for three dollars, as <​a​> Clerk of the municipal Election in 1843, is hereby allowed.
The claim of John A. Forgeus for three dollars, as <​a​> Clerk of the municipal Election in 1843, is hereby allowed.
The sum of seventy five Cents is hereby granted, for stationary furnished for the last municipal Election.
Resolved by the City Council &c, that the Resolution of this Council of the 8th. day of October last, (whereby the was ordered to not make any further payment out of the funds, upon the order theretofore drawn upon him for payment of the City Watch, unless further order of this Council,) be, and the same is hereby rescinded.
The Claims of , , and as City Watch, was ordered to stand over until the Mayor be present.
A Bill was presented, which recd the usual readings, the rules having been dispensed with & passed into an ordinance, entitled, “An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance regulating the Currency,[”] passed March fourth A. D. 1843.—
Adjourned, until the next regular Meeting. [p. 12]

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