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

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Ordinance, 11 January 1845–F
An Ordinance to amend the Ordinance concerning the Revenue passed Octr. 31. 1842 for a specific purpose
Section 1 That the time for the Sale of the lots and lands for taxes for the year 1844 be and the same is hereby deferred from the first Monday of December last to the first Monday in February 1845 for adjudication by the Municipal Court—
Section 2 That if any one is dissatisfied with the assessment he or they so dissatisfied shall have an opportunity of making his plea on the same before the Municipal Court on the first Monday of February 1845
Section 3 This Ordinance to be in force from and after its passage, any other Ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding.
Passed January 11. 1845
Mayor
. Recorder
Ordinance, 11 January 1845–G
An Ordinance for the discretionary enlargement of the Number of Police men
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That the Mayor of said is hereby authorized to enrol on the list of City Police any number of men at his discretion not exceeding five hundred, provided the service of such Policemen shall not be chargable to this
Passed January 11. 1845
Mayor
— Recorder
Minute Entry, Motion, 11 January 1845
It was motioned and carried that the Election for One Mayor, four Aldermen and nine Councillors be held in one place only— and that place the Concert Hall, and also that , and be the Judges of the said Election.
Passed January 11. 1845.
Mayor
— Recorder — [p. 230]
Ordinance, 11 January 1845–F
An Ordinance to amend the Ordinance concerning the Revenue passed Octr. 31. 1842 for a specific purpose
Section 1 That the time for the Sale of the lots and lands for taxes for the year 1844 be and the same is hereby deferred from the first Monday of December last to the first Monday in February 1845 for adjudication by the Municipal Court—
Section 2 That if any one is dissatisfied with the assessment he or they so dissatisfied shall have an opportunity of making his plea on the same before the Municipal Court on the first Monday of February 1845
Section 3 This Ordinance to be in force from and after its passage, any other Ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding.
Passed January 11. 1845
Mayor
. Recorder
Ordinance, 11 January 1845–G
An Ordinance for the discretionary enlargement of the Number of Police men
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That the Mayor of said is hereby authorized to enrol on the list of City Police any number of men at his discretion not exceeding five hundred, provided the service of such Policemen shall not be chargable to this
Passed January 11. 1845
Mayor
— Recorder
Minute Entry, Motion, 11 January 1845
It was motioned and carried that the Election for One Mayor, four Aldermen and nine Councillors be held in one place only— and that place the Concert Hall, and also that , and be the Judges of the said Election.
Passed January 11. 1845.
Mayor
— Recorder — [p. 230]
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