Minutes, 9 March 1844, Extract, as Published in Nauvoo Neighbor

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REGULAR SESSION—March 9, 1844.
Petition of George W. Crouse and 170 others, to open Knight Street, read and referred to the committee on public grounds.
Petition of J[ob] E. Green and 20 others, to have Fulmer street, from Mulholland to Parley, worked; read and referred to the Mayor.
Petition of , and 18 others, to repeal the hog laws. Rejected although the Mayor spoke at great length in favor of granting the petition.
Petition of and forty four persons, to grade river hill on the north end of Wells street; referred to the Mayor.
Petition of and others, for opening alley through block 118, was read and the Mayor suggested that the owners could open said alley at pleasure by agreement. The petitioners had leave to withdraw the petition.
The account of , for treasurer’s blank receipts amounting to $3.75, allowed.
Petition of to have his endorsements for taxes, as collector on outstanding city scrip, be allowed by the Treasurer, was carried and the same privilege was extended to the other collectors.
Bill of , for printing blank tax receipts and assessing in 3d Ward, $45,85, allowed.
The was instructed to audit the account of , by which instruction he has credited the said for sundry services as city Marshall, assessor and collector, from January 3d to March 5th 1844, inclusive, $64,25.
, Recorder. [p. [2]]
REGULAR SESSION—March 9, 1844.
Petition of George W. Crouse and 170 others, to open Knight Street, read and referred to the committee on public grounds.
Petition of Job E. Green and 20 others, to have Fulmer street, from Mulholland to Parley, worked; read and referred to the Mayor.
Petition of , and 18 others, to repeal the hog laws. Rejected although the Mayor spoke at great length in favor of granting the petition.
Petition of and forty four persons, to grade river hill on the north end of Wells street; referred to the Mayor.
Petition of and others, for opening alley through block 118, was read and the Mayor suggested that the owners could open said alley at pleasure by agreement. The petitioners had leave to withdraw the petition.
The account of , for treasurer’s blank receipts amounting to $3.75, allowed.
Petition of to have his endorsements for taxes, as collector on outstanding city scrip, be allowed by the Treasurer, was carried and the same privilege was extended to the other collectors.
Bill of , for printing blank tax receipts and assessing in 3d Ward, $45,85, allowed.
The was instructed to audit the account of , by which instruction he has credited the said for sundry services as city Marshall, assessor and collector, from January 3d to March 5th 1844, inclusive, $64,25.
, Recorder. [p. [2]]
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