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

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Minutes and Resolution, 4 September 1841 • Saturday
Saturday September 4th. 1841.
City Council met by appointment.
was elected Colr. in the place of deceased.
and were elected Regents of the University of the City of , in the places of and , both deceased.
<​Qu, was this an act of the Regency.​> was elected Professor of Mathematics <​& English Literature.​> in the University of the City of , and Master of Arts conferred upon him.
moved & it was seconded & carried that the City Assessor do lodge the usual Bond with the City and proceed <​with​> the Assessment.
It was unanimously adopted that be, and he is hereby appointed one of the Committee, (in the stead of ) to procure a Burying Ground.
Upon Motion it was carried that a <​the​> Committee to procure a Burying Ground be at liberty to purchase two Blocks for that purpose, one on each side of the , and so as to agree with the City Plot.
Moved seconded & carried that a <​the​> Committee to procure a Burying Ground be at liberty to lay off the same in such form as they may consider most suitable.
was appointed Sexton.
A Petition was granted (preferred by D[aniel] Cathcart and others) to open and grade that part of Partridge Street, North of Cutler Street.
Upon Motion the following Resolution was passed.
Resolution, 4 September 1841
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , That the City , procure a Seal for the City of Corporation, and that orders be issued by Him under said Seal, to draw monies out of the City Treasury, signed by the Mayor, and Countersigned by the .
 
It was Resolved by <​the​> City Council of the City of . That the Bonds of the Assessor, & Collector, be one thousand Dollars. [p. 21]
Minutes and Resolution, 4 September 1841 • Saturday
Saturday September 4th. 1841.
City Council met by appointment.
was elected Colr. in the place of deceased.
and were elected Regents of the University of the City of , in the places of and , both deceased.
Qu, was this an act of the Regency. was elected Professor of Mathematics & English Literature. in the University of the City of , and Master of Arts conferred upon him.
moved & it was seconded & carried that the City Assessor do lodge the usual Bond with the City and proceed with the Assessment.
It was unanimously adopted that be, and he is hereby appointed one of the Committee, (in the stead of ) to procure a Burying Ground.
Upon Motion it was carried that the Committee to procure a Burying Ground be at liberty to purchase two Blocks for that purpose, one on each side of the , and so as to agree with the City Plot.
Moved seconded & carried that the Committee to procure a Burying Ground be at liberty to lay off the same in such form as they may consider most suitable.
was appointed Sexton.
A Petition was granted (preferred by Daniel Cathcart and others) to open and grade that part of Partridge Street, North of Cutler Street.
Upon Motion the following Resolution was passed.
Resolution, 4 September 1841
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , That the City , procure a Seal for the Corporation, and that orders be issued by Him under said Seal, to draw monies out of the City Treasury, signed by the Mayor, and Countersigned by the .
 
It was Resolved by the City Council of the City of . That the Bonds of the Assessor, & Collector, be one thousand Dollars. [p. 21]
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