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

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presented a petition from for liberty to put his Mill upon the outside Butment.
moved that petition be accepted, which <​was​> seconded, & after being debated, the motion was lost.
Upon Motion of a petition was granted (from ) that the be instructed to open that part of Wells street which is North of Knight street, as far North as Young Street & also that part of Young Street west of Knight Street to the next Corner by Mr. [Hugh] Herringshaw
Colr. J. Smith moved & it was adopted that the Citizens be protected for Killing all dogs running at large which are set upon Cattle, or Hogs, or molest any person.
Upon Motion of , it was resolved, that all persons who keep a Slut, & lets her run at large, while she has Dogs following her, be fined Twenty Dollars
Adjourned Sine Die.
May 1st. 1841
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 21 May 1841 • Friday
Friday May 21st. 1841.
City Council met pursuant to special appointment.
The stated the object of the Meeting.
spoke on the Subject of the Streets leading into the State Road.
Upon Motion of Colr. Joseph Smith it was unanimously carried, that Parley Street be the Street to be improved, to meet the State Road.
Upon Motion of , it was carried, that the Resolution of the 12th. day of April last, (exempting the from working upon the Streets in the third Ward, until the first of October next,) be rescinded.
Adjourned sine Die.
May 21st. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Monday [p. 19]
presented a petition from for liberty to put his Mill upon the outside Butment.
moved that petition be accepted, which was seconded, & after being debated, the motion was lost.
Upon Motion of a petition was granted (from ) that the be instructed to open that part of Wells street which is North of Knight street, as far North as Young Street & also that part of Young Street west of Knight Street to the next Corner by Mr. Hugh Herringshaw
Colr. J. Smith moved & it was adopted that the Citizens be protected for Killing all dogs running at large which are set upon Cattle, or Hogs, or molest any person.
Upon Motion of , it was resolved, that all persons who keep a Slut, & lets her run at large, while she has Dogs following her, be fined Twenty Dollars
Adjourned Sine Die.
May 1st. 1841
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 21 May 1841 • Friday
Friday May 21st. 1841.
City Council met pursuant to special appointment.
The stated the object of the Meeting.
spoke on the Subject of the Streets leading into the State Road.
Upon Motion of Colr. Joseph Smith it was unanimously carried, that Parley Street be the Street to be improved, to meet the State Road.
Upon Motion of , it was carried, that the Resolution of the 12th. day of April last, (exempting the from working upon the Streets in the third Ward, until the first of October next,) be rescinded.
Adjourned sine Die.
May 21st. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Monday [p. 19]
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