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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Er gave his assent to admission to the council, inasmuch as he was absent when the vote was taken.
The chairman spake of his observations on the constitution the previous evening. He approved of the observations of . We have a right to complain of the government untill they redress our wrongs.
entertained no fears that legal exceptions to this council could or would be taken. There was nothing done here but he was willing should be proclaimed on the house tops
On motion the council adjourned untill next thursday at 9 A.M. [p. [93]]
Er gave his assent to admission to the council, inasmuch as he was absent when the vote was taken.
The chairman spake of his observations on the constitution the previous evening. He approved of the observations of . We have a right to complain of the government untill they redress our wrongs.
entertained no fears that legal exceptions to this council could or would be taken. There was nothing done here but he was willing should be proclaimed on the house tops
On motion the council adjourned untill next thursday at 9 A.M. [p. [93]]
Page [93]