Memorial to the United States Senate and House of Representatives, circa 16 December 1843–12 February 1844, Draft

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Section 4. And be it further ordained, that, for all services rendered in quelling mobs, and preserving the public peace, the said shall be under the same regulations, rules, and laws of pay as the troops of the
 
Note 1. By the 2nd. Section of an Act passed January 27. 1841. it is thus enacted
“Sec. 2. Any citizen of , may, by voluntary enrollment, attach himself to the Nauvoo Legion, with all the privileges which appertain to that Independent Military Body.”
 
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Section 4. And be it further ordained, that, for all services rendered in quelling mobs, and preserving the public peace, the said shall be under the same regulations, rules, and laws of pay as the troops of the
 
Note 1. By the 2nd. Section of an Act passed January 27. 1841. it is thus enacted
“Sec. 2. Any citizen of , may, by voluntary enrollment, attach himself to the Nauvoo Legion, with all the privileges which appertain to that Independent Military Body.”
 
City of Illinois December 21st. 1843
Councillors ( Aldermen (
( (
( (
( (
( (
( Mayor Joseph Smith
( Recorder
( Marshal
(
[p. [24]]
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