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

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spoke to Evidence, on part of Complt..—
The Complt. spoke upon the Testimony given.—
The following Counsellors spoke, & adverted to the Evidence.— (The made Observations,) To Wit, Joseph Smith, , , & ,
A vote was then called for, by Ayes & Noes, whether Alderman Hills be guilty of all, or any, of the charges, preferred against him,—
The number of the Council present was 17, who voted in the affirmative for his acquittal, without a dissenting Voice.
Adjourned until Saturday Ev.g. Jany. 15th., Inst..—
January 1st. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 15 January 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Ev.g. Janr.y. 15th. 1842.—
City Col. met pursuant to adjournment,— Meeting opened by Prayer,— Minutes of last Meeting Read.
A Petition was presented on behalf of & , praying that Lumber Street be opened to the full extent, as it is obstructed by Fence, which was referred to , Colrs , & .
moved a Petn. from Joseph Fisher & others, for opening Back Street from Mulholland Street, to Munson Street, referred to a Committee of , ; & Aldmn. [Gustavus] Hills.
The Petn. of John Burscough & others respecting a Street, was referred to a Committee, viz & , & .
The Petn. of for a Street to be opened, was referred to Colrs. , , & .
The Petn. of supervisor of Streets, allowed, for a Sum of $36,12½, for 35¼ days ‘Work on Streets, & 87½ <​cts​> Smith Work included.
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spoke to Evidence, on part of Complt..—
The Complt. spoke upon the Testimony given.—
The following Counsellors spoke, & adverted to the Evidence.— (The made Observations,) To Wit, Joseph Smith, , , & ,
A vote was then called for, by Ayes & Noes, whether Alderman Hills be guilty of all, or any, of the charges, preferred against him,—
The number of the Council present was 17, who voted in the affirmative for his acquittal, without a dissenting Voice.
Adjourned until Saturday Ev.g. Jany. 15th., Inst..—
January 1st. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes, 15 January 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Ev.g. Janr.y. 15th. 1842.—
City Col. met pursuant to adjournment,— Meeting opened by Prayer,— Minutes of last Meeting Read.
A Petition was presented on behalf of & , praying that Lumber Street be opened to the full extent, as it is obstructed by Fence, which was referred to , Colrs , & .
moved a Petn. from Joseph Fisher & others, for opening Back Street from Mulholland Street, to Munson Street, referred to a Committee of , ; & Aldmn. [Gustavus] Hills.
The Petn. of John Burscough & others respecting a Street, was referred to a Committee, viz & , & .
The Petn. of for a Street to be opened, was referred to Colrs. , , & .
The Petn. of supervisor of Streets, allowed, for a Sum of $36,12½, for 35¼ days ‘Work on Streets, & 87½ cts Smith Work included.
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