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

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Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–C
Motioned and carried that be elected the Recorder of Deeds for the City of
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder—
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–D
Motioned and carried that Mayor , Councillor and Alderman be a committee to confer with the Trustees of the Church relative to paying the City Police
September 14th. 1844
Recorder
Statement of Hiram Kimball, 14 September 1844
reported “I called on the Higbees and one of the Foster’s at Appanoose, but I dont see that any thing can be done with the Law’s and Foster’s, but I am going to on Thursday and I will see when I can lay before him what this council decides on”
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder.
Ordinance, 14 September 1844
An Ordinance concerning the Register of Deeds
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of that the Registrar of Deeds before entering upon the duties of his office, shall be sworn, and shall give a bond with Security to the in a Penalty of Five hundred dollars that he will faithfully execute and perform the duties of said office, and deliver over the books and papers belonging to the said Office to his Successor in office without defalcation or delay.
Passed Sept. 14th. 1844
Mayor
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–E
Motioned and carried that and Edmund D. Woolley be appointed a Committee to prosecute a Settlement as far as possible for the Nauvoo Expositor press and also that they have a discretionary power
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder. [p. 218]
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–C
Motioned and carried that be elected the Recorder of Deeds for the City of
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder—
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–D
Motioned and carried that Mayor , Councillor and Alderman be a committee to confer with the Trustees of the Church relative to paying the City Police
September 14th. 1844
Recorder
Statement of Hiram Kimball, 14 September 1844
reported “I called on the Higbees and one of the Foster’s at Appanoose, but I dont see that any thing can be done with the Law’s and Foster’s, but I am going to on Thursday and I will see when I can lay before him what this council decides on”
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder.
Ordinance, 14 September 1844
An Ordinance concerning the Register of Deeds
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of that the Registrar of Deeds before entering upon the duties of his office, shall be sworn, and shall give a bond with Security to the in a Penalty of Five hundred dollars that he will faithfully execute and perform the duties of said office, and deliver over the books and papers belonging to the said Office to his Successor in office without defalcation or delay.
Passed Sept. 14th. 1844
Mayor
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–E
Motioned and carried that and Edmund D. Woolley be appointed a Committee to prosecute a Settlement as far as possible for the Nauvoo Expositor press and also that they have a discretionary power
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder. [p. 218]
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