<C.> concurr[e]d whith with what other counsellrs had said.—
referd to the stateme[n]t of the Expositor relative to the Muncpal cort [municipal court] in case of .— considrd it a public Nuissnc [nuisance]
— consi[de]red his a peculiar situtin [situation] for the city co[u]ncil to pass this a nuisance would be hasty. & p[r]opose g[iv]ing a few days limatin [limitation]— & assess a fine of $3000.00 for every libel.— & if they would not cease publish[in]g libe[l]s declare it a nuisance.
Mayor— Querrid [queried]
said the counsellr stated made provisions.— fine 500.00—
Mayor repli[e]d th[e]y thretend to shoot him when at — & the women and othrs dare not go to to p[r]osecute.— and read a libel f[r]om the Expositor concerning .— and explaind and showed the falshood of the Expositor. was openly in the streets of the daily—
C. spoke of the Warsaw Signal—
<Mayor was sorry to have one dissenti[n]g voice—>
did not mean to be und[er]stood to go vs but not be in haste
.— spoke of the mortgages on the p[r]operty of the prop[ri]etors of the Expositors.—
A. . conserd [considered] there is but one cour[s]e to pu[r]sue th[e]y were out of the rea[c]h of the law.— one cour[s]e to put and end to the thing at once.— beli[e]ved if the did not do it othrs would.— by wh[a]t he had heard.
. beli[e]ved it to [be?] a Nuisance.— and referd to the opin[ion] of on . and spoke in favor of our cha[r]ter.— &c—
Asked . befor the Gr[a]nd Jury, if he was not the man [p. ]