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

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On motion was excused.
Er said Uncle was detained by sickness.
On motion he was also excused.
Some members yet being absent, a messenger was sent to request their immediate attendance, inasmuch as no motion could become a law without the vote of all the members of the Council, except they were sent away on business for the council.
The chairman vacated his seat and called to the chair.
The absent members arrived & was seated.
On motion the minutes of the last meeting was read and accepted, after which
Prest J. Smith introduced [p. [95]]
On motion was excused.
Er said Uncle was detained by sickness.
On motion he was also excused.
Some members yet being absent, a messenger was sent to request their immediate attendance, inasmuch as no motion could become a law without the vote of all the members of the Council, except they were sent away on business for the council.
The chairman vacated his seat and called to the chair.
The absent members arrived & was seated.
On motion the minutes of the last meeting was read and accepted, after which
Prest J. Smith introduced [p. [95]]
Page [95]