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

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The appointed door keeper.
Coun. moved that be dropped from this council and his name be stricken off the list.
The motion was seconded by and carried unanimously.
The then stated that the object of this meeting was to take into consideration our present situation and removal and what is best to be done in regard to our property. In regard to our going away his feelings are to appoint certain men to tarry here who can stay with safety, and make them our agents and they will take care of our property which we shall be obliged to leave. We can leave a number of men—who are new comers and not known here to take care of our [p. [86]]
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The appointed door keeper.
Coun. moved that be dropped from this council and his name be stricken off the list.
The motion was seconded by and carried unanimously.
The then stated that the object of this meeting was to take into consideration our present situation and removal and what is best to be done in regard to our property. In regard to our going away his feelings are to appoint certain men to tarry here who can stay with safety, and make them our agents and they will take care of our property which we shall be obliged to leave. We can leave a number of men—who are new comers and not known here to take care of our [p. [86]]
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