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

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hereafter opened, & that the passage of the Law in question is necessary to enable him so to do.
It was moved & seconded, that the Words, “Mayor and Supervisor” be struck out of the Bill, as an amendment, which was opposed, & after long discussion.
The original Motion was withdrawn.
Adjourned until Six oClock this Evening.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
sent in his Resignation as a Counsellor, which was accepted.
was unanimously appointed one of the City Council, in the stead of .
was duly appointed City Attorney.
A Petition was presented from , claiming Damages for the House which was removed on the Hill as a Nuisance, which was Read, & liberty given to amend, which was done.
Esq, & both spoke in support of the claim of the .
Several of the Council also spoke at length.
It was moved, seconded, & carried, that the Council approve of the Acts of the , as respects the Removal & destruction of the Nuisance.
A Motion was put, whether the Amt. of Damages claimed, be paid to , which was Lost.
Adjourned until one oClock P. M. on Saturday next to meet at same place. Novr. 1st. 1841.
, Mayor.
Recorder.—
Minutes and Resolutions, 6 November 1841 • Saturday
Saturday Novr. 6th. 1841.—
City Col. met pursuant. to adjournment.
— Meeting opened by Prayer.
Minutes of last Meeting Read.
Colr. was sworn into office, and Subscribed his oath.
The Petition of City Recorder relative to [p. 28]
hereafter opened, & that the passage of the Law in question is necessary to enable him so to do.
It was moved & seconded, that the Words, “Mayor and Supervisor” be struck out of the Bill, as an amendment, which was opposed, & after long discussion.
The original Motion was withdrawn.
Adjourned until Six oClock this Evening.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
sent in his Resignation as a Counsellor, which was accepted.
was unanimously appointed one of the City Council, in the stead of .
was duly appointed City Attorney.
A Petition was presented from , claiming Damages for the House which was removed on the Hill as a Nuisance, which was Read, & liberty given to amend, which was done.
Esq, & both spoke in support of the claim of the .
Several of the Council also spoke at length.
It was moved, seconded, & carried, that the Council approve of the Acts of the , as respects the Removal & destruction of the Nuisance.
A Motion was put, whether the Amt. of Damages claimed, be paid to , which was Lost.
Adjourned until one oClock P. M. on Saturday next to meet at same place. Novr. 1st. 1841.
, Mayor.
Recorder.—
Minutes and Resolutions, 6 November 1841 • Saturday
Saturday Novr. 6th. 1841.—
City Col. met pursuant. to adjournment.
— Meeting opened by Prayer.
Minutes of last Meeting Read.
Colr. was sworn into office, and Subscribed his oath.
The Petition of City Recorder relative to [p. 28]
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