Minutes, 8 June 1844

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Each ward petitioned that no Licences be granted in their ward. Mayor has sold some Liquor at the <​Barbers​> shop— to accommodate those who needed. and oblige in his suffering condition after being impisond [imprisoned]. in — had sold none in his house— since the passage of the last ordinance.
Mayor has hea[r]d complaints about certain houses. & when he has called them to make complaint. they have run away. believs it is generelly the case th[a]t when a man goes to law he has an unjust case & wants to go before an unjust <​Judge​> or one who wants business— has very few suits on his docket,
Mayor referrd to— — and proposd <​suggested​> the popoopriety [propriety] of purging the city coun[c]il first <​of​> Nuisances The man who steps forward to put down iniquity is the fir[s]t to be put down by the people of the . Mayor said if he had kept a whore from hereand since. & had done every thingwould have been as good a man as & .— <​ sworn​> said <​the​> Laws had brought <​Bogus,​> dies to him to fix— : referred to . his brothrs, & the Higbys. & asked what good they had ever done? Where is the <​first​> act of goodness and greatness in & ?— while Joseph was under arrest. Laws & would have ben rode on a rail if <​he​> had not have stepped forwa[r]d to p[r]event it.—
Mayor.— said— at the time he was under arrest pu[r]sued him for $40.00 he was owing said , and it took the last expen[s]e mon[e]y he had,— to pay it.—
<​C.​> continu[e]d and referred. to — coming to this place. &c—
Mayor said Had offered $5,00 dollars to kill him.
<​C.​> continued. . told me <​him​> he ment to have my <​his​> daughter. laid a plan with 4 or 5 persons to to kidnap his daughter. & thrnted [threatened] to Shoot any man that should come near after he got her in the skiff— was Engaged in trying to make Bogus <​whi[c]h​> was his princple business.—
referred to the revelation read to the High council.— that it was in answer to a qustion concenig [concerning] things which transpired in former days & had no refene [reference] to the pent [present] time.— that when sick said <​he had been guilty of adultry &​> he was not fit to live or die. had Sinnd again[s]t his own soul &c [p. 13]
Each ward petitioned that no Licences be granted in their ward. Mayor has sold some Liquor at the Barbers shop— to accommodate those who needed. and oblige in his suffering condition after being impisond [imprisoned]. in — had sold none in his house— since the passage of the last ordinance.
Mayor has heard complaints about certain houses. & when he has called them to make complaint. they have run away. believs it is generelly the case that when a man goes to law he has an unjust case & wants to go before an unjust Judge or one who wants business— has very few suits on his docket,
Mayor referrd to— — and suggested the popoopriety propriety of purging the city council The man who steps forward to put down iniquity is the first to be put down by the people of the . — . — .— sworn said the Laws had brought Bogus, dies to him to fix— : referred to . his brothrs, & the Higbys. & asked what good they had ever done? Where is the first act of goodness and greatness in & ?— while Joseph was under arrest. Laws & would have ben rode on a rail if he had not stepped forward to prevent it.—
Mayor.— said— at the time he was under arrest pursued him for $40.00 he was owing said , and it took the last expense money he had,— to pay it.—
C. continued and referred. to — coming to this place. &c—
Mayor said Had offered $5,00 dollars to kill him.
C. continued. . told him he ment to have his daughter. laid a plan with 4 or 5 persons to kidnap his daughter. & thrnted [threatened] to Shoot any man that should come near after he got her in the skiff— was Engaged in trying to make Bogus which was his princple business.—
referred to the revelation read to the High council.— that it was in answer to a qustion concenig [concerning] things which transpired in former days & had no refene [reference] to the pent [present] time.— that when sick said he had been guilty of adultry & he was not fit to live or die. had Sinnd against his own soul &c [p. 13]
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