Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, November 1842–January 1844

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11 March 1843 • Saturday
Saturday March 11th. 1843, ten oClock A. M.
The City Council met. Meeting opened by prayer. Names of Council called. Minutes of last meeting read & approved. presided.
lodged his Bond, was sworn, and took his seat in Council.
<Cert given same date.>
It is hereby ordered &c that Knight Street be opened from the Temple Square, East, to farm, at the expence of A. W. Whitney & others, Petitioners.—
It is hereby ordered &c that Ripley Street be opened from the Newyork Store unto Herringshaws Land, at the expence of & other Petitioners.—
The petition of & ors, to have Wight Street opened from Warsaw Street, <East> to Winchester Street, between Mulholland & Parley Streets, is hereby referred to the Committee of public Grounds.
The petition of Abraham Bond & others, to open the Street running North from Young Street, to premises owned by Mr. Bond, a distance from Young Street, about 30 rods, was referred to the Committee of public grounds.
The Petition of & others, to have Winchester Street opened from Parley Street South to the , was referred to the Committee of public grounds.
The Committee of municipal laws, obtained time to bring in the Code of Criminal laws now in a state of preparation by them.
<order given same day.>
The claim of <Genl> for the use of his office as a Council room, & fuel & candles, up to thisdate, amounting to thirteen dollars & twenty five cents, is hereby allowed.
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11 March 1843 • Saturday
Saturday March 11th. 1843, ten oClock A. M.
The City Council met. Meeting opened by prayer. Names of Council called. Minutes of last meeting read & approved. presided.
lodged his Bond, was sworn, and took his seat in Council.
Cert given same date.
It is hereby ordered &c that Knight Street be opened from the Temple Square, East, to farm, at the expence of A. W. Whitney & others, Petitioners.—
It is hereby ordered &c that Ripley Street be opened from the Newyork Store unto Herringshaws Land, at the expence of & other Petitioners.—
The petition of & ors, to have Wight Street opened from Warsaw Street, East to Winchester Street, between Mulholland & Parley Streets, is hereby referred to the Committee of public Grounds.
The petition of Abraham Bond & others, to open the Street running North from Young Street, to premises owned by Mr. Bond, a distance from Young Street, about 30 rods, was referred to the Committee of public grounds.
The Petition of & others, to have Winchester Street opened from Parley Street South to the , was referred to the Committee of public grounds.
The Committee of municipal laws, obtained time to bring in the Code of Criminal laws now in a state of preparation by them.
order given same day.
The claim of Genl for the use of his office as a Council room, & fuel & candles, up to thisdate, amounting to thirteen dollars & twenty five cents, is hereby allowed.
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