Minutes, 1 May 1841, Copy

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Saturday May 1st. 1841.
City Council met pursuant to adjournment.— Meeting opened by Prayer.— It was carried by vote that the do notify the absent Colrs. [councilors] for<​th​>with:—
Minutes of the last three Meetings were read.
Upon Motion of Colr. J. Smith it was resolved that the sympathies of this council be tendered to the relatives of deceased who was the Assessor for this
Lewis Robison was appointed Assessor <​& Collector​> in the place of deceased.
Colr. J. Smith moved and it was seconded and carried that a Buring Ground be procured, out of the . and purchased at the expence of the .
It was adopted that Colrs & be a Committee to procure a Buring Ground.
Upon Motion of it was seconded & carried that ten acres be the quantity of Land to be procured for the Burying Ground
Colr. J. Smith moved, and it was seconded & carried that the sexton be fined to the extent of the Charter if he refuses to act in his office & that the Marshal give him notice thereof. [p. 18]
Saturday May 1st. 1841.
City Council met pursuant to adjournment.— Meeting opened by Prayer.— It was carried by vote that the do notify the absent Colrs. councilors forthwith:—
Minutes of the last three Meetings were read.
Upon Motion of Colr. J. Smith it was resolved that the sympathies of this council be tendered to the relatives of deceased who was the Assessor for this
Lewis Robison was appointed Assessor & Collector in the place of deceased.
Colr. J. Smith moved and it was seconded and carried that a Buring Ground be procured, out of the . and purchased at the expence of the .
It was adopted that Colrs & be a Committee to procure a Buring Ground.
Upon Motion of it was seconded & carried that ten acres be the quantity of Land to be procured for the Burying Ground
Colr. J. Smith moved, and it was seconded & carried that the sexton be fined to the extent of the Charter if he refuses to act in his office & that the Marshal give him notice thereof. [p. 18]
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