History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 [2 November 1838–31 July 1842]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<March 1> to obey promptly, any military order for the execution of said laws, or ordinances, he shall, on conviction thereof as aforesaid, be fined, or imprisoned, or both, as aforesaid. Sec. 3. This ordinance to take effect, and be in force, from and after its passage— Passed March 1st.— 1841. . Mayor— Recorder”—
I also offered a bill for “An Ordinance creating certain additional City officers
“Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That in addition to the City officers heretofore elected, there shall be elected by the City Council, One High Constable for each ward; One Surveyor and Engineer, one Market Master, one Weigher and Sealer, and one Collector, for the ; whose duties shall hereafter be defined by ordinance— Sec 2. This ordinance to take effect and be in force, from and after its passage— Passed March 1. 1841. Mayor.— Recorder”—
<see Addenda Book page 24.> [HC 4:307]
<The report was received and adopted, and an ordinance passed accordingly.>
The Council also ordained that all land hereafter surveyed in the , should be surveyed according to the City Plot, and that all County and State Roads in the , which do not occupy the same ground as the Streets, be discontinued. and that the original surveys of the Town of and — be discontinued. A vote of thanks and freedom of the was conferred on the Honorable <> Senator for
2–3 March 1841 • Tuesday–Wednesday
<2.> Tuesday 2. Elder visited Oldham, and returned <on>
<3> Wednesday 3. to . Elders and arrived in
4–5 March 1841 • Thursday–Friday
<4.> Thursday 4 left for , and was followed by Elders , , and on the 5th.
5 March 1841 • Friday
<5.> <General William Henry Harrison inaugurated President of the >
<Friday 5. Elder removed the Star office to 47 Oxford Road, .>
7 March 1841 • Sunday
<7.> Sunday 7. Elders and preached at the Carpenters Hall, .
8 March 1841 • Monday
<8.> Monday 8. I attended the City Council. The following appointments were made, viz. , City Surveyor; , Weigher and Sealer; James Robinson, Assesor; , Market Master; James Al[l]red was sworn Supervisor of Streets, and James Allred, , and , — — — — — — High Constables, I gave my views on several local measures proposed by the Council—
10 March 1841 • Wednesday
<10> Wednesday 10.
“To the Editor of the Star”— March 10. 1841. Dear Brother, I have felt anxious to address a few lines to you on the subject of family prayer, (and shall feel obliged by your inserting the [HC 4:308] same in your next Star) for the purpose of imparting instruction to the brethren in general. Having travelled through many branches of the Church in England; I have found it to be a general custom among the brethren I visited, that when any of the travelling Elders are present, they wait for the Elder to go forward in family prayer, instead of attending to that duty themselves; that is not right, and I would say to them that it would be better for them to understand their duty on this subject. My dear Brethren remember that the Lord holds all of us responsible for our conduct here. He held our Father Adam responsible for his conduct: but no more than he does us, in proportion to [p. 1170]
March 1 to obey promptly, any military order for the execution of said laws, or ordinances, he shall, on conviction thereof as aforesaid, be fined, or imprisoned, or both, as aforesaid. — Passed March 1st.— 1841. . Mayor— Recorder”—
I also offered a bill for “An Ordinance creating certain additional City officers
“Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That in addition to the City officers heretofore elected, there shall be elected by the City Council, One High Constable for each ward; One Surveyor and Engineer, one Market Master, one Weigher and Sealer, and one Collector, for the ; whose duties shall hereafter be defined by ordinance— Passed March 1. 1841. Mayor.— Recorder”—
see Addenda Book page 24. [HC 4:307]
The report was received and adopted, and an ordinance passed accordingly.
. A vote of thanks and freedom of the was conferred on the Honorable Senator for
2–3 March 1841 • Tuesday–Wednesday
2. Tuesday 2. Elder visited Oldham, and returned on
3 Wednesday 3. to . Elders and arrived in
4–5 March 1841 • Thursday–Friday
4. Thursday 4 left for , and was followed by Elders , , and on the 5th.
5 March 1841 • Friday
5. General William Henry Harrison inaugurated President of the
Friday 5. Elder removed the Star office to 47 Oxford Road, .
7 March 1841 • Sunday
7. Sunday 7. Elders and preached at the Carpenters Hall, .
8 March 1841 • Monday
8. Monday 8. I attended the City Council. The following appointments were made, viz. , City Surveyor; , Weigher and Sealer; James Robinson, Assesor; , Market Master; James Allred was sworn Supervisor of Streets, and James Allred, , and , — — — — — — High Constables, I gave my views on several local measures proposed by the Council—
10 March 1841 • Wednesday
10 Wednesday 10.
“To the Editor of the Star”— March 10. 1841. Dear Brother, I have felt anxious to address a few lines to you on the subject of family prayer, (and shall feel obliged by your inserting the [HC 4:308] same in your next Star) for the purpose of imparting instruction to the brethren in general. Having travelled through many branches of the Church in England; I have found it to be a general custom among the brethren I visited, that when any of the travelling Elders are present, they wait for the Elder to go forward in family prayer, instead of attending to that duty themselves; that is not right, and I would say to them that it would be better for them to understand their duty on this subject. My dear Brethren remember that the Lord holds all of us responsible for our conduct here. He held our Father Adam responsible for his conduct: but no more than he does us, in proportion to [p. 1170]
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