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

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aforesaid, without first obtaining the approval of <​and​> signature of the mayor of said as specified in the first section of this ordinance, shall be subject to a fine of not less than five dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars; or imprisonment. not less than one month, nor more than six months in the prison, or both, as a breach of ordinance, to be tried before the Municipal Court of said .
Passed December 21st 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder
Minutes, 21 December 1843
It is ordered by the city council. that the orders of for services rendered the , receive priority of payment by the Treasury,
resigned his <​the​> office of city Auctioneer, which resignation was accepted by the council. and Charles Warner was re-elected City Auctioneer.
, City Marshal, being about to leave the , was duly elected Marshal, of the ,
resigned his office as Assessor and Collector to , when the council accepted the resignation, and declared the assessor and collector. for 1843. in the fourth ward of the , Dec 21,st— 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder,
Minute Entry, between circa 21 and circa 22 December 1843
filed his Bond in the ’s office and took his oath as marshal of the , also;
filed his bond with the and took the oath of Assessor and Collector of the fourth ward. December 22 1843.
filed his Bond with the as a City Auctioneer. Dec 21st 1843.
. Recorder, [p. 198]
aforesaid, without first obtaining the approval and signature of the mayor of said as specified in the first section of this ordinance, shall be subject to a fine of not less than five dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars; or imprisonment. not less than one month, nor more than six months in the prison, or both, as a breach of ordinance, to be tried before the Municipal Court of said .
Passed December 21st 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder
Minutes, 21 December 1843
It is ordered by the city council. that the orders of for services rendered the , receive priority of payment by the Treasury,
resigned the office of city Auctioneer, which resignation was accepted by the council. and Charles Warner was re-elected City Auctioneer.
, City Marshal, being about to leave the , was duly elected Marshal, of the ,
resigned his office as Assessor and Collector to , when the council accepted the resignation, and declared the assessor and collector. for 1843. in the fourth ward of the , Dec 21,st— 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder,
Minute Entry, between circa 21 and circa 22 December 1843
filed his Bond in the ’s office and took his oath as marshal of the , also;
filed his bond with the and took the oath of Assessor and Collector of the fourth ward. December 22 1843.
filed his Bond with the as a City Auctioneer. Dec 21st 1843.
. Recorder, [p. 198]
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