History Draft [1 January–31 December 1841]

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1 March 1841 • Monday
<​1​> Monday March 1, 1841, I attended the city council & presented a bill for “an ordinance in relation to Regious Soceties (T&S. 336. 7) Recorder. I also presented a bill as follows, for “an Ordinance in relation to public meetings (T&S. 337) Recorder.
The Council divided the city (see Feb 22) ward
I also offered a bill for “an Ordinance creating certain additional offices therein named, Sec 1. (T&S. 336) Recr
The council also ordained that all lands hereafter survey in the city, should be surveyed according to the city plat, & that all county <​& state​> roads in the city, which do not occupy the same ground as the streets be discontinued, and that the original surveys of the town of & commerce city be discontinued. A vote of thanks & freedom of the city was conferred on the Hon . U.S. Senator for .
2 March 1841 • Tuesday
<​2​> Tuesday 2 visited Oldhom. & returned
3 March 1841 • Wednesday
<​3​> Wednesday 3d to . Elders & arrived in
4–5 March 1841 • Thursday–Friday
<​4​> Thursday 4. left for , and was followed by Elders & on the 5th. Sunday 7 & preached at the Carpenters Hall .
8 March 1841 • Monday
<​8​> Monday 8. I attended the city council. The following appointments were made, viz. city Surveyor, , Weigher & Seeler, , Assesser, , Market Master, , <​was sworn​> Superviser of streets, & , , & was sworn High Constables. I gave my views on several local Measures proposed by the council.
10 March 1841 • Wednesday
<​10​> Monday 10th. <​“To the Editer of the Star”​> “ March 10th 1841. Dear Brother (MS. 286.7) .” , Govrnor of the State of , (Lieut General’s commissio) State,” (also oath on the back)
11 March 1841 • Thursday
<​11.​> Thursday 11th Elders . & Met at
15 March 1841 • Monday
<​15​> Monday. I attended the city council.— and took part in the discussions concerning Mill. in the S. W. part of the .
Let us look for a moment at the “portentuous omens” (T&S. 352. 3 of Christ. [p. 5]
1 March 1841 • Monday
1 Monday March 1, 1841, I attended the city council & presented a bill for “an ordinance in relation to Regious Soceties (T&S. 336. 7) Recorder. I also presented a bill as follows, for “an Ordinance in relation to public meetings (T&S. 337) Recorder.
The Council divided the city (see Feb 22) ward
I also offered a bill for “an Ordinance creating certain additional offices therein named, Sec 1. (T&S. 336) Recr
The council also ordained that all lands hereafter survey in the city, should be surveyed according to the city plat, & that all county & state roads in the city, which do not occupy the same ground as the streets be discontinued, and that the original surveys of the town of & commerce city be discontinued. A vote of thanks & freedom of the city was conferred on the Hon . U.S. Senator for .
2 March 1841 • Tuesday
2 Tuesday 2 visited Oldhom. & returned
3 March 1841 • Wednesday
3 Wednesday 3d to . Elders & arrived in
4–5 March 1841 • Thursday–Friday
4 Thursday 4. left for , and was followed by Elders & on the 5th. Sunday 7 & preached at Carpenters Hall .
8 March 1841 • Monday
8 Monday 8. I attended the city council. The following appointments were made, viz. city Surveyor, , Weigher & Seeler, , Assesser, , Market Master, , was sworn Superviser of streets, & , , & was sworn High Constables. I gave my views on several local Measures proposed by the council.
10 March 1841 • Wednesday
10 Monday 10th. “To the Editer of the Star” “ March 10th 1841. Dear Brother (MS. 286.7) .” , Govrnor of the State of , (Lieut General’s commissio) State,” (also oath on the back)
11 March 1841 • Thursday
11. Thursday 11th Elders . & Met at
15 March 1841 • Monday
15 Monday. I attended the city council.— and took part in the discussions concerning Mill. in the S. W. part of the .
Let us look for a moment at the “portentuous omens” (T&S. 352. 3 of Christ. [p. 5]
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