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

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Notice of Election of Orson Spencer and Others, 7 February 1845
Due notice of the Election for for Mayor, , , and for Aldermen is made out under seal of Corporation and filed in the Post Office directed to George W. Thatcher Esqre. Clerk of the County Commissioners Cl. and through him to the Secretary of State on February 7th. 1845.
Recorder
Minute Entry, 8 February 1845
City Council assembled <​as usual​> in their Regular Session and upon hearing of the Report of the Recorder as on page 233 and that a majority of the Councillors had received their Oath of Office whereupon the Council decided that the Election was legal, and that the new members were qualified to act in the new Council, and gave room to the Councillors elect by vacating. their seats—
Recorder
Minutes and Ordinances, 8 February 1845 • Saturday
The new Council proceeded to business by electing Mayor President of the Council until the Mayor elect should be qualified— was re-elected Recorder of the the Standing Committees were appointed by the Mayor as follows—
of Ways and Means of Police
of Improvements of Municipal laws
Jonathan C. Wright
of claims of Public Grounds
Jonathan C. Wright
of unfinished business of Public works
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Notice of Election of Orson Spencer and Others, 7 February 1845
Due notice of the Election for for Mayor, , , and for Aldermen is made out under seal of Corporation and filed in the Post Office directed to George W. Thatcher Esqre. Clerk of the County Commissioners Cl. and through him to the Secretary of State on February 7th. 1845.
Recorder
Minute Entry, 8 February 1845
City Council assembled as usual in their Regular Session and upon hearing of the Report of the Recorder as on page 233 and that a majority of the Councillors had received their Oath of Office whereupon the Council decided that the Election was legal, and that the new members were qualified to act in the new Council, and gave room to the Councillors elect by vacating. their seats—
Recorder
Minutes and Ordinances, 8 February 1845 • Saturday
The new Council proceeded to business by electing Mayor President of the Council until the Mayor elect should be qualified— was re-elected Recorder of the — the Standing Committees were appointed by the Mayor as follows—
of Ways and Means of Police
of Improvements of Municipal laws
Jonathan C. Wright
of claims of Public Grounds
Jonathan C. Wright
of unfinished business of Public works
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