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

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Upon Motion of it was carried that the Committee for purchasing Burying Ground, be instructed to report at next meeting.
Upon Motion of it was carried that the City Assessor procure necessary Documents to enable a him to Assess the City Taxes.
Upon Motion of , was appointed to act as City Marshall in the absence and until the return of the City who intends to go <​to​> .
Upon Motion it was carried that the be instructed to notify the High Constables of this That unless each of them do lodge a Bond (with Sufficient sureties) for five hundred Dollars each, with the City before the next meeting of this Council that they will be removed from said office for such neglect.
It was adopted by the City Council that the Bond of the Marshal be one thousand Dollars, and that do lodge a Bond with sufficient Sureties for that amt. with the City before the next meeting of the City Council.
It was moved and unanimously carried that the thanks of this Council be given to the City Marshal for his good conduct, zeal, and indefatigable exertions, for the welfare of this and the peace & tranquility of its inhabitants and Citizens since his appointment to office, and which is highly esteemed and appreciated by us.
It was moved and carried that the vote of thanks of this Council to the City be copied and certified by the and given to the .
Adjourned until 1 oclock on Saturday next to meet at Colr. ’s office.
October 16th. 1841.
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, Recorder. [p. 23]
Upon Motion of it was carried that the Committee for purchasing Burying Ground, be instructed to report at next meeting.
Upon Motion of it was carried that the City Assessor procure necessary Documents to enable him to Assess the City Taxes.
Upon Motion of , was appointed to act as City Marshall in the absence and until the return of the City who intends to go to .
Upon Motion it was carried that the be instructed to notify the High Constables of this That unless each of them do lodge a Bond (with Sufficient sureties) for five hundred Dollars each, with the City before the next meeting of this Council that they will be removed from said office for such neglect.
It was adopted by the City Council that the Bond of the Marshal be one thousand Dollars, and that do lodge a Bond with sufficient Sureties for that amt. with the City before the next meeting of the City Council.
It was moved and unanimously carried that the thanks of this Council be given to the City Marshal for his good conduct, zeal, and indefatigable exertions, for the welfare of this and the peace & tranquility of its inhabitants and Citizens since his appointment to office, and which is highly esteemed and appreciated by us.
It was moved and carried that the vote of thanks of this Council to the City be copied and certified by the and given to the .
Adjourned until 1 oclock on Saturday next to meet at Colr. ’s office.
October 16th. 1841.
.
, Recorder. [p. 23]
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