Minutes, 11 January 1845, Extract, as Published in Nauvoo Neighbor

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DOINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
Regular Session,)
Jan. 11, 1844, 10 a. m.)
The bill of Daniel Hendrix for $71,44, for assessing and collecting in 2d ward was allowed.
The claim of for $300, which was deducted on Nov. 9, 1844, allowed.
The bill of G. Williams for $4,04 for leather was allowed.
The claim of Arthur Boscow for $2 50, was reported “nothing to do with it.”
It was motioned and carried that the election for city officers, be held in one place.
It was motioned and carried that the Concert Hall be the proper place.
It was motioned and carried that , , and , be the judges of the election.
It was motioned and carried that the petition of to be reinstated City Recorder, &c., be rejected.
Several ordinances were passed which will be seen in this paper.
Adjourned until Monday morning next at 10 o’clock.
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Recorder. [p. [3]]
DOINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
Regular Session,)
Jan. 11, 1844, 10 a. m.)
The bill of Daniel Hendrix for $71,44, for assessing and collecting in 2d ward was allowed.
The claim of for $300, which was deducted on Nov. 9, 1844, allowed.
The bill of G. Williams for $4,04 for leather was allowed.
The claim of Arthur Boscow for $2 50, was reported “nothing to do with it.”
It was motioned and carried that the election for city officers, be held in one place.
It was motioned and carried that the Concert Hall be the proper place.
It was motioned and carried that , , and , be the judges of the election.
It was motioned and carried that the petition of to be reinstated City Recorder, &c., be rejected.
Several ordinances were passed which will be seen in this paper.
Adjourned until Monday morning next at 10 o’clock.
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Recorder. [p. [3]]
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