Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

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11 February 1843 • Saturday

Saturday Feb— 11th 1843  City council assembled at 10  O ’clock A.M. 7 new councillors  sworn in, When the Mayor came in  and said he had been doing a  good deed. had been conversing  with — & he & his family  were willing to be saved, good feelings  prevaild.— & we have shaken hands togethr
A. general Election of Petty officers  took place.— prophecid to  Recorder— that it would be better for him  10 years hence not to Say any thing  more about fees.—— Mayor Made  his Inaugural Address— & <in which he> urged the  necessity of the city council acting upon  the principle of liberality & of relievi[n]g [p. [181]]

11 February 1843 • Saturday

Saturday Feb— 11th 1843 City council assembled at 10 O ’clock A.M. 7 new councillors sworn in, When the Mayor came in and said he had been doing a good deed. had been conversing with — & he & his family were willing to be saved, good feelings prevaild.— & we have shaken hands togethr
A. general Election of Petty officers took place.— prophecid to Recorder— that it would be better for him 10 years hence not to Say any thing more about fees.—— Mayor Made his Inaugural Address— in which he urged the necessity of the city council acting upon the principle of liberality & of relieving [p. [181]]
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