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

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Coun. moved that we declare ourselves an independant nation.
Coun. said he did not think it necessary, inasmuch as the nation has already made us independant.
The then stated that through his advise has commenced making fifteen shooters, and has one here for a sample. He wants some of one of the brethren to buy it, that can send to and get some more barrels.
The Gun was sold to .
Counrs. & sung the “Cap Stone” song composed by
Coun. said that some of the brethren on the East boundaries of the has got into difficulty on account of having enclosed a piece of land. It has been enclosed by a number of poor brethren [p. [6]]
Coun. moved that we declare ourselves an independant nation.
Coun. said he did not think it necessary, inasmuch as the nation has already made us independant.
The then stated that through his advise has commenced making fifteen shooters, and has one here for a sample. He wants some one of the brethren to buy it, that can send to and get some more barrels.
The Gun was sold to .
Counrs. & sung the “Cap Stone” song composed by
Coun. said that some of the brethren on the East boundaries of the has got into difficulty on account of having enclosed a piece of land. It has been enclosed by a number of poor brethren [p. [6]]
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