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

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City Council Order, 30 January 1843–C
It is hereby Ordered by the City Council of the City of , that the claim of Supervisor, for a sum of thirty four dollars, and eighty seven and one half Cents, being the balance due him by the , to this date, be, and the same is hereby allowed, <​and ordered to be paid to​> him, and that the amount of money intended to be appropriated to payment of the balance purchase of the burying ground as mentioned in the resolution passed upon the 14th. day of January instant, (and then supposed to be due to ,) be paid to said , as part of his said claim, the said balance being sixteen dollars & fifty six and one fourth Cents, and that amount having been retained by the Collector for the purpose of paying over the same (prior to the passing of said resolution, & prior to the adoption of the Collectors account upon the same day,) the said Collector having been ordered to pay said purchase money previous thereto.
passed Jan.y. 30th. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 30 January 1843
The Claim of City Marshal, for services done for the , commencing May 14th. 1842, up to this date, was laid before the City Council, who referred it to the committee on claims, who reported, recommending that he be allowed fifty dollars, and that the fifteen Dollars received by him on account of said services, be deducted therefrom, and also that the fines against him be remitted. Which report was received and adopted.
Adopted Jan.y. 30th. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 30 January 1843–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that all delinquents up to this time, have privilege to work out their road labour tax, any time prior to the first day of May next.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
passed Jan.y. 30th. 1843.
, Recorder. [p. 148]
City Council Order, 30 January 1843–C
It is hereby Ordered by the City Council of the City of , that the claim of Supervisor, for a sum of thirty four dollars, and eighty seven and one half Cents, being the balance due him by the , to this date, be, and the same is hereby allowed, and ordered to be paid to him, and that the amount of money intended to be appropriated to payment of the balance purchase of the burying ground as mentioned in the resolution passed upon the 14th. day of January instant, (and then supposed to be due to ,) be paid to said , as part of his said claim, the said balance being sixteen dollars & fifty six and one fourth Cents, and that amount having been retained by the Collector for the purpose of paying over the same (prior to the passing of said resolution, & prior to the adoption of the Collectors account upon the same day,) the said Collector having been ordered to pay said purchase money previous thereto.
passed Jan.y. 30th. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 30 January 1843
The Claim of City Marshal, for services done for the , commencing May 14th. 1842, up to this date, was laid before the City Council, who referred it to the committee on claims, who reported, recommending that he be allowed fifty dollars, and that the fifteen Dollars received by him on account of said services, be deducted therefrom, and also that the fines against him be remitted. Which report was received and adopted.
Adopted Jan.y. 30th. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 30 January 1843–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that all delinquents up to this time, have privilege to work out their road labour tax, any time prior to the first day of May next.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
passed Jan.y. 30th. 1843.
, Recorder. [p. 148]
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