Minute Book 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and   were appointed a committee to  take into consideration the services of the com mittee previously appointed to obtain subscriptions  and build a house for publick worship and to  report thereon.—
On motion council adjourned till Saturday  The 16th instant. Pray[er] by the .
clerk.—

23 December 1837 • Saturday

The following is recorded by Clerk  for the High Council of Illinois  Dec. 24 23rd 1837. The High Council met  according to adjournment.
Councllors Present.
No1 No 2
Dr. Mc Cord [James McCord] — 3. 4
5Benjamin Benson 6
7—M[artin] C. Allred 8
9—John Patten 10
11—12
Buisness concerning The committee to build  the
presented his bill as follows
To the Presidents and High Council of Zion  I have served as one of the committee to build a   to the name of the Lord in the City  nine months and have spent one hundred dollars  in traveling— sixteen dollars in boarding hands  at work in the stone quarry which money I owe  and being destitute of means to support my family I  ask of them whether they will grant to me orders  on the for the money and one dollar and fifty  cents per day for my services.
presented his verbally. [p. 93]
and were appointed a committee to take into consideration the services of the committee previously appointed to obtain subscriptions and build a house for publick worship and to report thereon.—
On motion council adjourned till Saturday The 16th instant. Prayer by the .
clerk.—

23 December 1837 • Saturday

The following is recorded by Clerk for the High Council of Illinois Dec. 23rd 1837. The High Council met according to adjournment.
Councllors Present.
No1 No 2
Dr. Mc Cord [James McCord] — 3. 4
5Benjamin Benson 6
7—Martin C. Allred 8
9—John Patten 10
11—12
Buisness concerning The committee to build the
presented his bill as follows
To the Presidents and High Council of Zion I have served as one of the committee to build a to the name of the Lord in the City nine months and have spent one hundred dollars in traveling— sixteen dollars in boarding hands at work in the stone quarry which money I owe and being destitute of means to support my family I ask of them whether they will grant to me orders on the for the money and one dollar and fifty cents per day for my services.
presented his verbally. [p. 93]
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