Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 3, 6 May 1845–13 January 1846

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moved that the whole of this regulation be left with the .
Coun. withdrew his previous motion, and moved that the rule be suspended and that the subject be left with the .
The said it is his decision that the Temple Committee, , the Trustees, the Twelve, and all responsible men that are there can pass as they please and that the police be informed of this order. He also ordered that be permitted to visit the with the above and each one to use their discretion in regard to introducing strangers.
On motion the council then adjourned sine die
clerk. [p. [84]]
moved that the whole of this regulation be left with the .
Coun. withdrew his previous motion, and moved that the rule be suspended and that the subject be left with the .
The said it is his decision that the Temple Committee, , the Trustees, the Twelve, and all responsible men that are there can pass as they please and that the police be informed of this order. He also ordered that be permitted to visit the with the above and each one to use their discretion in regard to introducing strangers.
On motion the council then adjourned sine die
clerk. [p. [84]]
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