Nauvoo City Council Minute Book, 3 February 1841–8 February 1845

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Statesmen, & as an evidence of gratitude for the Signal powers recently conferred.— & that the Citizens of be held in everlasting remembrance for their unparalled liberality & marked kindness to our People, when in their greatest state of suffering & want.
That portion of the Message respecting a Canal, was referred to a Committee of three, namely, Colrs. , & Joseph Smith, & .
That portion of the Message respecting the vacating of the Town Plotts, & Town of , was referred to a committee, Messrs. Joseph Smith, , & .
That Portion of the Message that relates to vending Spirituous Liquors, was referred to a select Committee, viz Joseph Smith, , & .
It was referred to a Committee of five, to prepare a code of City Ordinances. Joseph Smith, , , , & .
It was adopted that the appointment of a Board of Health for the be referred to a Committee. to wit, Joseph Smith, , & .
It was unanimously adopted, that the inaugural Address, as also the proceedings of this Meeting, be published in the Times & Seasons.
The made some remarks concerning the powers vested in him, also respecting the Duties of the several officers.
Adjourned until Monday next, to meet at ’s, at one oClock P. M.
February 3rd. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes and Ordinance, 8 February 1841 • Monday
Monday 8th. February 1841.—
City Council met pursuant to adjournment, Meeting opened by Prayer, by Counsellor .
An Ordinance in relation to the City Council was read the first time.— was Sworn, as Counsellor, & took his Seat.
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Statesmen, & as an evidence of gratitude for the Signal powers recently conferred.— & that the Citizens of be held in everlasting remembrance for their unparalled liberality & marked kindness to our People, when in their greatest state of suffering & want.
That portion of the Message respecting a Canal, was referred to a Committee of three, namely, Colrs. , & Joseph Smith, & .
That portion of the Message respecting the vacating of the Town Plotts, & Town of , was referred to a committee, Messrs. Joseph Smith, , & .
That Portion of the Message that relates to vending Spirituous Liquors, was referred to a select Committee, viz Joseph Smith, , & .
It was referred to a Committee of five, to prepare a code of City Ordinances. Joseph Smith, , , , & .
It was adopted that the appointment of a Board of Health for the be referred to a Committee. to wit, Joseph Smith, , & .
It was unanimously adopted, that the inaugural Address, as also the proceedings of this Meeting, be published in the Times & Seasons.
The made some remarks concerning the powers vested in him, also respecting the Duties of the several officers.
Adjourned until Monday next, to meet at ’s, at one oClock P. M.
February 3rd. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes and Ordinance, 8 February 1841 • Monday
Monday 8th. February 1841.—
City Council met pursuant to adjournment, Meeting opened by Prayer, by Counsellor .
An Ordinance in relation to the City Council was read the first time.— was Sworn, as Counsellor, & took his Seat.
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