Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, January–November 1842

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It is hereby Ordered by the &c., that the do draw from the City Treasury, in the usual manner, Fifty Dollars, in part pay for his Services in the present Year
It is hereby Ordered by &c., that the Claim of for services as a Member of this Col, do stand over until next meeting, & that the do <​then​> Certify to this Col the amount of Services done.
Adjourned until the 2nd. Saturday in August next.
22 July 1842 • Friday
Friday Morning 8 oClock July 22nd. 1842.
City Council met purst to special Notice, <​the took the Chair,​> meeting opened by prayer, Names of Council called, reading of minutes of last meeting dispensed with until next meeting.
moved that a Petition be prepared to lay before the of this , praying that he will protect Lieutenant Genl Joseph Smith from arrest under any Writ from , and the Inhabitants of this & its vicinity from the intrigues of evil designing Men.
The gave an Explination of what he considered the Petition should contain, & so forth.
, , & were appointed a special Committee to prepare the Petition, and the to assist.
The Council adjourned <​at eleven oC A. M.​> until the Petition be prepared and to meet upon the meeting ground, The Petn was prepared.
The Council met at half past 3 oC. when the Petition was read by the , after the Organization of the Col., and accepted <​& adopted.​> by Vote of the Col., with priviledge to the Committee to revise <​& amend​> it in form, before engrossment, but retaining the substance.
The Council then signed the Petition.
Adjourned until next regular meeting. [p. 36]
It is hereby Ordered by the &c., that the do draw from the City Treasury, in the usual manner, Fifty Dollars, in part pay for his Services in the present Year
It is hereby Ordered by &c., that the Claim of for services as a Member of this Col, do stand over until next meeting, & that the do then Certify to this Col the amount of Services done.
Adjourned until the 2nd. Saturday in August next.
22 July 1842 • Friday
Friday Morning 8 oClock July 22nd. 1842.
City Council met purst to special Notice, the took the Chair, meeting opened by prayer, Names of Council called, reading of minutes of last meeting dispensed with until next meeting.
moved that a Petition be prepared to lay before the of this , praying that he will protect Lieutenant Genl Joseph Smith from arrest under any Writ from , and the Inhabitants of this & its vicinity from the intrigues of evil designing Men.
The gave an Explination of what he considered the Petition should contain, & so forth.
, , & were appointed a special Committee to prepare the Petition, and the to assist.
The Council adjourned at eleven oC A. M. until the Petition be prepared and to meet upon the meeting ground, The Petn was prepared.
The Council met at half past 3 oC. when the Petition was read by the , after the Organization of the Col., and accepted & adopted. by Vote of the Col., with priviledge to the Committee to revise & amend it in form, before engrossment, but retaining the substance.
The Council then signed the Petition.
Adjourned until next regular meeting. [p. 36]
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