Pay Order to Nauvoo City Treasurer for Taylor & Woodruff, 1 June 1843

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The of the City of , will pay & Nine dollars and seventy five Cents, out of any funds in the City Treasury not otherwise appropriated, said sum having been this day allowed them for printing City script, & for Newspapers furnished the , up to this date. Given <​& Certified​> at the City of , Ills., & under the Corporation seal of said , this first day of June 1843.—
, Recorder.
[seal]
Joseph Smith
Mayor [p. [1]]
Recieved on F Wilch, 3 on 87½
 
City Order
$9.75
 
Received of H Munson f 9 75
 
$9. 75
 
< &
Entd May 16— 44> [p. [2]]

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    The firm Taylor & Woodruff presented a claim to the Nauvoo City Council on 1 June 1843, which was allowed and this order written. The transaction was recorded in the Nauvoo City Treasury Ledger on 14 May 1844. (Statement of Account from Taylor & Woodruff, ca. 1 Jun. 1843; Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, Nov. 1842–Jan. 1844, 17; Nauvoo City Treasury Ledger, 14, 107.)  

    Nauvoo City Treasury Ledger, 1842–1845. Nauvoo, IL, Records, 1841–1845. CHL. MS 16800.

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    TEXT: Embossed seal, “CORPORATION SEAL of CITY of NAUVOO 1840”.  

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    Signature of JS.  

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    Notations in unidentified handwriting.  

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    Endorsement in handwriting of William Clayton.