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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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editor would do) Mayor said advertise in the next paper to your agents to send you gold & silver. as we take no paper here.
Prisoners may be kept in the city as safe as in the city Prison of the state. by chaining to a block, with, a guard. & labor in blacksmith shops or any where else,— & never have a prisoner sent out of the city. for imprisonme[n]t.— Bills passed to stop circulation of paper currency in the city. punish counterfeiting &c . . . by unanimous vote.—
Dr chosen Alderman.
. fire warden for 1st ward. [p. [271]]
editor would do) Mayor said advertise in the next paper to your agents to send you gold & silver. as we take no paper here.
Prisoners may be kept in the city as safe as in the Prison of the state. by chaining to a block, with, a guard. & labor in blacksmith shops or any where else,— & never have a prisoner sent out of the city. for imprisonment.— Bill passed to stop circulation of paper currency in the city. punish counterfeiting &c . . . by unanimous vote.—
Dr chosen Alderman.
. fire warden for 1st ward. [p. [271]]
Page [271]