Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and it was ordered that said letter be forwarded immediately.
motion for amendment offered in the A.M. was considered & lost.
On motion of the standing chairman Er was appointed to carry our petition to Congress.
Er expressed his most sanguine expectations that Congress would almost certainly grant our petition.
Er agreed with and expressed his gratification at for the appointment conferred upon him and his willingness to perform the mission.
made some lengthy and animated remarks on various subjects particularly on the situation of & [p. [45]]
and it was ordered that said letter be forwarded immediately.
motion for amendment offered in the A.M. was considered & lost.
On motion of the standing chairman Er was appointed to carry our petition to Congress.
Er expressed his most sanguine expectations that Congress would almost certainly grant our petition.
Er agreed with and expressed his gratification for the appointment conferred upon him and his willingness to perform the mission.
made some lengthy and animated remarks on various subjects particularly on the situation of & [p. [45]]
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