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

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appointed City Treasurer, and Bond to be given by him <​for​> One thousand Dollars.
Adjourned Sine Die.
September 4th. 1841
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 16 October 1841 • Saturday
Saturday October 16th. 1841.
City Council met pursuant to special Appointment. Minutes of last meeting Read.
A Petition from Jacob G. Bigler & others was presented and Read representing inconvenience to several Citizens for the want of a street to Wit:— Beginning at the North end of a street near the Brick House of , thence Running North across the half section the distance of half a Mile.
, & were appointed a Committee to inspect the Street mentd. in the above mentioned Petition, and to Report thereon.
It was moved seconded & carried that the Committee above named receive instruction and act in viewing other Streets deemed neccessary to be opened.
Upon Motion of it was adopted that the be instructed to direct the to have work done in the neighborhood of Genl. Smith’s dwelling House.
Upon Motion of it was carried that a Committee be appointed to view the best Ground to open a Street or Streets near the Lot to run from where a Street was opened to, untill it would extend to the Eastern limits of the Corporation being a Continuous route, and that they report at next Meeting.— Upon motion, & were appointed a Committe to view the last mentioned Ground.— Upon Motion of it was carried that some work be done on Parley Street, and the Street opened. [p. 22]
appointed City Treasurer, and Bond to be given by him for One thousand Dollars.
Adjourned Sine Die.
September 4th. 1841
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 16 October 1841 • Saturday
Saturday October 16th. 1841.
City Council met pursuant to special Appointment. Minutes of last meeting Read.
A Petition from Jacob G. Bigler & others was presented and Read representing inconvenience to several Citizens for the want of a street to Wit:— Beginning at the North end of a street near the Brick House of , thence Running North across the half section the distance of half a Mile.
, & were appointed a Committee to inspect the Street mentd. in the above mentioned Petition, and to Report thereon.
It was moved seconded & carried that the Committee above named receive instruction and act in viewing other Streets deemed neccessary to be opened.
Upon Motion of it was adopted that the be instructed to direct the to have work done in the neighborhood of Genl. Smith’s dwelling House.
Upon Motion of it was carried that a Committee be appointed to view the best Ground to open a Street or Streets near the Lot to run from where a Street was opened to, untill it would extend to the Eastern limits of the Corporation being a Continuous route, and that they report at next Meeting.— Upon motion, & were appointed a Committe to view the last mentioned Ground.— Upon Motion of it was carried that some work be done on Parley Street, and the Street opened. [p. 22]
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