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

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Minute Entry, Motion, 10 August 1844
Moved and seconded that be instructed to settle for the “Nauvoo Expositor”, so soon as the proprietors of the Press, will indemnify the City Council, from all suits commenced or to be commenced by them or their influence, in future time
Passed Augt. 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 10 August 1844–B
Granted the Petition of to erect a Water Mill on the old site near ’, if it do not interfere with any other rights and privileges.
Passed Augt. 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
. Recorder
Minute Entry, Resignation of Fees, 10 August 1844
Councillors , , Aldermen and relinquished their pay as members of the council, and , and relinquished Ten dollars each of their pay.
August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Appointment of Daniel Spencer, 10 August 1844
Councillor nominated, and seconded that Councillor be Mayor until the next General Election
Passed August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro tem
Recorder
Oath of Daniel Spencer, 10 August 1844
I do solemnly swear in the presence of Almighty God that I will support the Constitution of the and the State of , and execute the duties of the Mayor’s Office in the City of according to the best of my ability
Augt. 10, 1844
and took his Seat as the President of the Council [p. 216]
Minute Entry, Motion, 10 August 1844
Moved and seconded that be instructed to settle for the “Nauvoo Expositor”, so soon as the proprietors of the Press, will indemnify the City Council, from all suits commenced or to be commenced by them or their influence, in future time
Passed Augt. 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 10 August 1844–B
Granted the Petition of to erect a Water Mill on the old site near ’, if it do not interfere with any other rights and privileges.
Passed Augt. 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
. Recorder
Minute Entry, Resignation of Fees, 10 August 1844
Councillors , , Aldermen and relinquished their pay as members of the council, and , and relinquished Ten dollars each of their pay.
August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Minute Entry, Appointment of Daniel Spencer, 10 August 1844
Councillor nominated, and seconded that Councillor be Mayor until the next General Election
Passed August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro tem
Recorder
Oath of Daniel Spencer, 10 August 1844
I do solemnly swear in the presence of Almighty God that I will support the Constitution of the and the State of , and execute the duties of the Mayor’s Office in the City of according to the best of my ability
Augt. 10, 1844
and took his Seat as the President of the Council [p. 216]
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