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

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Upon Motion of , the Labour Tax for the Citizens of for this year was fixed at three Days.
Upon Motion of , the following Committee of four persons were appointed to assertain where work is most needed upon the Streets, and to report.
Aldmn. for the 1st ward Colr. for the 3rd. Ward
Aldmn. " 2nd. " " 4th. "
Adjourned until this day Week. to meet at one Oclock P. M. at the of Colr. Joseph Smith
March 8th. 1841.
, Mayor
, Recorder.
Minutes, 15 March 1841 • Monday
Monday March 15th. 1841.
The City Council met agreeable to adjourment.— Meeting opened by Prayer.— Upon Motion of time was granted untill next meeting of Council for the Committee on Streets, to report.
stated that wishes to know if the Council will decide, whether his Mill will be permitted to remain where it is;— Colr. J. Smith moved, that the Mill be permitted to stand where it is, provided the owner of the Mill shall not intrude upon the rights of the Ferry.— Several of the Council spoke at length upon the subject matter of the motion.— It was then moved by that the Mill be altogether removed, which was seconded by Colr. and fully discussed & finally prevailed.
Colr. J. Smith moved, & it was unanimously carried that four months time be granted to the of the Mill to remove the same, or in default that it be removed at the expence of the .
was sworn in Weigher & Sealer.
Adjourned untill 1 Oclock on this day two weeks. to meet at same place.
March 15th. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Monday [p. 16]
Upon Motion of , the Labour Tax for the Citizens of for this year was fixed at three Days.
Upon Motion of , the following Committee of four persons were appointed to assertain where work is most needed upon the Streets, and to report.
Aldmn. for the 1st ward Colr. for the 3rd. Ward
Aldmn. " 2nd. " " 4th. "
Adjourned until this day Week. to meet at one Oclock P. M. at the of Colr. Joseph Smith
March 8th. 1841.
, Mayor
, Recorder.
Minutes, 15 March 1841 • Monday
Monday March 15th. 1841.
The City Council met agreeable to adjourment.— Meeting opened by Prayer.— Upon Motion of time was granted untill next meeting of Council for the Committee on Streets, to report.
stated that wishes to know if the Council will decide, whether his Mill will be permitted to remain where it is;— Colr. J. Smith moved, that the Mill be permitted to stand where it is, provided the owner of the Mill shall not intrude upon the rights of the Ferry.— Several of the Council spoke at length upon the subject matter of the motion.— It was then moved by that the Mill be altogether removed, which was seconded by Colr. and fully discussed & finally prevailed.
Colr. J. Smith moved, & it was unanimously carried that four months time be granted to the of the Mill to remove the same, or in default that it be removed at the expence of the .
was sworn in Weigher & Sealer.
Adjourned untill 1 Oclock on this day two weeks. to meet at same place.
March 15th. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Monday [p. 16]
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