Letter from Sylvester Emmons, 21 June 1844

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To the Hon members of the City Council of
Sirs
I see by a report of Council I am suspended untill as a member of the Council untill further investigation, to avoid that necessity I herewith tender to you a resignation of all the rights and immunities of said membership— the fine that was imposed upon me during my absence through the fall, winter & Spring I respectfully ask to have remitted[.] the Code of criminal Laws which I drew up for the action of the Council when respectfully addressed upon the subject they shall be at the service of the Council
Yours Respectfully
Read to council— June 21,— 1844— Accepted. [p. [1]]
To the Hon members of the City Council of
Sirs
I see by a report of Council I am suspended as a member of the Council untill further investigation, to avoid that necessity I herewith tender to you a resignation of all the rights and immunities of said membership— the fine that was imposed upon me during my absence through the fall, winter & Spring I respectfully ask to have remitted. the Code of criminal Laws which I drew up for the action of the Council when respectfully addressed upon the subject they shall be at the service of the Council
Yours Respectfully
Read to council— June 21,— 1844— Accepted. [p. [1]]
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