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

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Brought over— $249.50
for 20 nights, as city watch 30.00
[blank] Quick, for 9 nights services as city watch 13.50
for 19 nights service as city watch 28,50
for sundry services as Marshall 65;05
& for printing 78.00
$464 55
November 11th. 1843.
, Prest pro tem.
Recorder.
Minute Entry, Appointment of Albert P. Rockwood and Others, 11 November 1843
Duly elected by the city council of the city of , , assessor and collector of taxes for the first ward; Daniel Hendrick for the second ward; for the third ward; and for the fourth ward, of the city of <​of ​>.
November 11th 1843.
, Prest. Pro Tem.
Recorder.
Minute Entry, 11 November 1843
Bond, as City Recorder, and William E. Horner’s bond, as Inspector of flour were read and approved by the City Council of the City of , and presented the to deposite in the Treasury.
November 11th. 1843.
Prest. Pro. Tem.
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 11 November 1843
Granted, By the City Council of the City of The Petition of , , Aaron Blake, and , for the privilege of opening an alley sixteen feet wide, North and South, through the centre of Block one hundred and twenty four, from Parley to Kimball Street.
November 11th. 1843
Prest. Pro Tem.
Recorder, [p. 190]
Brought over— $249.50
for 20 nights, as city watch 30.00
[blank] Quick, for 9 nights services as city watch 13.50
for 19 nights service as city watch 28,50
for sundry services as Marshall 65;05
& for printing 78.00
$464 55
November 11th. 1843.
, Prest pro tem.
Recorder.
Minute Entry, Appointment of Albert P. Rockwood and Others, 11 November 1843
Duly elected by the city council of the city of , , assessor and collector of taxes for the first ward; Daniel Hendrick for the second ward; for the third ward; and for the fourth ward, of the city of .
November 11th 1843.
, Prest. Pro Tem.
Recorder.
Minute Entry, 11 November 1843
Bond, as City Recorder, and William E. Horner’s bond, as Inspector of flour were read and approved by the City Council of the City of , and presented the to deposite in the Treasury.
November 11th. 1843.
Prest. Pro. Tem.
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 11 November 1843
Granted, By the City Council of the City of The Petition of , , Aaron Blake, and , for the privilege of opening an alley sixteen feet wide, North and South, through the centre of Block one hundred and twenty four, from Parley to Kimball Street.
November 11th. 1843
Prest. Pro Tem.
Recorder, [p. 190]
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