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

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Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 10 June 1844
Petition of Samuel Greely and nine others granted, declaring the old Barn on Hyde Street a nuisance, and ordering it to be removed
July June 10. 1844
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Minute Entry, 10 June 1844–B
Voted that the of the Fourth Ward have an extension of sixty days to enable him to collect the Taxes for 1843
June 10. 1844
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Minute Entry, Summons, 11 June 1844
Summons was issued for to attend the City Council on the second Saturday of July at 10 A. M. to answer charges then and there to be preferred against him for slandering said City Council, agreeably to the order of the City Council passed June 8. 1844.
June 11. 1844
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Minute Entry, 21 June 1844
Voted that the Resignation of be accepted
June 21. 1844
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Minutes, 1 July 1844
The read a communication from which was brought by Coll. Fellowes and Esqre.— also a communication from them to the City Council— he also read a Letter from to at he also read a series of Resolutions which passed unanimously
July 1. 1844
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pres p. t
Resolution, 1 July 1844
Resolved that we tender our thanks to Esqre. for his propositions to settle for the “Nauvoo Expositor” Printing Press, and also tender our thanks to mess.rs. Wood and Conyers for their endeavors to restore peace, as to the press we will do whatever is right towards a remuneration— whenever we ascertain the minds of all the proprietors of the “Expositor.” which was carried
July 1. 1844
prest. pro. tem.
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Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 10 June 1844
Petition of Samuel Greely and nine others granted, declaring the old Barn on Hyde Street a nuisance, and ordering it to be removed
June 10. 1844
Recorder
Minute Entry, 10 June 1844–B
Voted that the of the Fourth Ward have an extension of sixty days to enable him to collect the Taxes for 1843
June 10. 1844
Recorder
Minute Entry, Summons, 11 June 1844
Summons was issued for to attend the City Council on the second Saturday of July at 10 A. M. to answer charges then and there to be preferred against him for slandering said City Council, agreeably to the order of the City Council passed June 8. 1844.
June 11. 1844
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Minute Entry, 21 June 1844
Voted that the Resignation of be accepted
June 21. 1844
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Minutes, 1 July 1844
The read a communication from which was brought by Coll. Fellowes and Esqre.— also a communication from them to the City Council— he also read a Letter from to at he also read a series of Resolutions which passed unanimously
July 1. 1844
Recorder
pres p. t
Resolution, 1 July 1844
Resolved that we tender our thanks to Esqre. for his propositions to settle for the “Nauvoo Expositor” Printing Press, and also tender our thanks to mess.rs. Wood and Conyers for their endeavors to restore peace, as to the press we will do whatever is right towards a remuneration— whenever we ascertain the minds of all the proprietors of the “Expositor.” which was carried
July 1. 1844
prest. pro. tem.
Recorder [p. 212]
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