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

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the executive officers of this would not be so suicidal as to inflict upon one of the most flourishing and rapidly increasing Cities in the embracing a population of 15 thousand and one which is at least adding as much to the strength and resources of the as any other. The Clerk of the County Commissioners Court has already refused to receive the Bonds at his office as being out of his jurisdiction deciding that the proper place to file them was at the Recorders Office of the City of , and the Secretary of State has refused to forward the Commissions because the Bonds were not filed there. Will your take this matter into serious consideration, and Act as to you shall seem just and equitable in the premises.
Respectfully Yours
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City of ,
June 6th. 1843.
<​To​> ,
Governor of
.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 1 June 1843–B
The City Council of the City of , do hereby allow the claim of & , <​of​> nine dollars and seventy five Cents, for printing City Script, & for Newspapers &c. furnished the , up to this date.
June 1st. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 1 June 1843–C
The City Council of the City of , do hereby allow the following claims, to wit; twelve dollars, twelve dollars, twelve dollars, for services rendered as Watchmen, commencing Novr. 8th. 1842, & ending feb.y. 23rd. 1843, & the sum of six dollars & fifty cents is to be deducted from & s claims, (one half from each,) being for Lime bought by them under Sale by Execution, at suit of the against Wm. Niswanger, for costs.
<​June 1st. 1843​>.
Joseph Smith, Mayor
, Recorder. [p. 179]
the executive officers of this would not be so suicidal as to inflict upon one of the most flourishing and rapidly increasing Cities in the embracing a population of 15 thousand and one which is at least adding as much to the strength and resources of the as any other. The Clerk of the County Commissioners Court has already refused to receive the Bonds at his office as being out of his jurisdiction deciding that the proper place to file them was at the Recorders Office of the City of , and the Secretary of State has refused to forward the Commissions because the Bonds were not filed there. Will your take this matter into serious consideration, and Act as to you shall seem just and equitable in the premises.
Respectfully Yours
.) Committee
.)
.)
City of ,
June 6th. 1843.
To ,
Governor of
.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 1 June 1843–B
The City Council of the City of , do hereby allow the claim of & , of nine dollars and seventy five Cents, for printing City Script, & for Newspapers &c. furnished the , up to this date.
June 1st. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 1 June 1843–C
The City Council of the City of , do hereby allow the following claims, to wit; twelve dollars, twelve dollars, twelve dollars, for services rendered as Watchmen, commencing Novr. 8th. 1842, & ending feb.y. 23rd. 1843, & the sum of six dollars & fifty cents is to be deducted from & s claims, (one half from each,) being for Lime bought by them under Sale by Execution, at suit of the against Wm. Niswanger, for costs.
June 1st. 1843.
Joseph Smith, Mayor
, Recorder. [p. 179]
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