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

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Minute Entry, Motion, 1 July 1844
Moved and carried that be appointed to treat with the Proprietors of the “Expositor”
July 1. 1844
prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Motion, 2 July 1844–A
Motioned, seconded, and carried that the High Council be a committee to collect means to provide for the support of the poor for the present, and that the Inhabitants sustain them in this calling, and give them all information in their power
July 2. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Motion, 2 July 1844–B
Motioned and carried that Charles Patten & Wm. H. Jordan <​&​> L. S. Dalrymple be a committee for .
Motioned and carried that , D. M. Repsher and Captn. Ross be a committee for the North.
That Benjamin Clapp, , & be a committee for the East
That , , & Wm. A. Gean [Gheen] be a committee to get means for the present emergency of the army.
July 2. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, Motion, 2 July 1844–C
Motioned and carried that receive a vote of thanks for the honorable course he has pursued in reference to , and that he be requested to continue his agency relative to the press of the Nauvoo Expositor
Passed July 8th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 13 July 1844
Resolved by the City Council of the City of that Marshal of said , be, and is hereby authorized to draw on the Treasury for any sum not exceeding Two hundred dollars of any monies not otherwise appropriated, or if necessity require, make a loan of the same, for the purpose of supplying the City Police with food—
Passed July 13. 1844
prest. pro. tem.
, Recorder. [p. 213]
Minute Entry, Motion, 1 July 1844
Moved and carried that be appointed to treat with the Proprietors of the “Expositor”
July 1. 1844
prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Motion, 2 July 1844–A
Motioned, seconded, and carried that the High Council be a committee to collect means to provide for the support of the poor for the present, and that the Inhabitants sustain them in this calling, and give them all information in their power
July 2. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Motion, 2 July 1844–B
Motioned and carried that Charles Patten & Wm. H. Jordan & L. S. Dalrymple be a committee for .
Motioned and carried that , D. M. Repsher and Captn. Ross be a committee for the North.
That Benjamin Clapp, , & be a committee for the East
That , , & Wm. A. Gean [Gheen] be a committee to get means for the present emergency of the army.
July 2. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, Motion, 2 July 1844–C
Motioned and carried that receive a vote of thanks for the honorable course he has pursued in reference to , and that he be requested to continue his agency relative to the press of the Nauvoo Expositor
Passed July 8th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 13 July 1844
Resolved by the City Council of the City of that Marshal of said , be, and is hereby authorized to draw on the Treasury for any sum not exceeding Two hundred dollars of any monies not otherwise appropriated, or if necessity require, make a loan of the same, for the purpose of supplying the City Police with food—
Passed July 13. 1844
prest. pro. tem.
, Recorder. [p. 213]
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