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

  • Source Note
Page 60
image
Minute Entry, Resignation of Fees of City Officers, 17–18 February 1842
The Vice Mayor, Councillors , , & Assigned their Fees as Councillors for the , in favor of the , until further Notice.
resigned up his Fees for the past year. Colr. resigned his claim to pay, as a City Councillor, up to this time, in favour of the Blind Inhabitants of the fourth Ward of this , to be equally divided amongst them.
Colr. resigned his pay as Colr., for the time past, and the present year, except any Fines which may be levied on him.
, Mayor.
<​Feb.y. 17th.[–18th] 1842.​>
, Recorder.
Resolution, 18 February 1842–B
Upon Report of the Comittee it was Adopted, that the City Assessment, amounting to $140,12800/100, be accepted.
<​Adopted Feb.y. 17th. [18th] 1842.​>
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 5 March 1842–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that when Property is sold at Sheriffs, Marshals, or Constables Sale, under the ordinances of this , the Persons having their Property Sold shall have the privilege to redeem the same, by paying the Principal, and fifteen per Cent on Principal, with Cost and Charges, within thirty days after Sale.
, Mayor
passed March 5th. 1842.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 5 March 1842–B
Adopted by the City Council of the City of , that the Street running South from Parley to Lumber Street, between Charles Hubbard, Bently, Taylor &c, be opened, and that said Street be called Rich Street.
adopted March 5th. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 5 March 1842–C
Upon Report of the Committee, It was adopted that the Delinquents for labour Tax upon the Streets, be required to [p. 60]
Minute Entry, Resignation of Fees of City Officers, 17–18 February 1842
The Vice Mayor, Councillors , , & Assigned their Fees as Councillors for the , in favor of the , until further Notice.
resigned up his Fees for the past year. Colr. resigned his claim to pay, as a City Councillor, up to this time, in favour of the Blind Inhabitants of the fourth Ward of this , to be equally divided amongst them.
Colr. resigned his pay as Colr., for the time past, and the present year, except any Fines which may be levied on him.
, Mayor.
Feb.y. 17th.–18th 1842.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 18 February 1842–B
Upon Report of the Comittee it was Adopted, that the City Assessment, amounting to $140,12800/100, be accepted.
Adopted Feb.y. 17th. 18th 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 5 March 1842–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that when Property is sold at Sheriffs, Marshals, or Constables Sale, under the ordinances of this , the Persons having their Property Sold shall have the privilege to redeem the same, by paying the Principal, and fifteen per Cent on Principal, with Cost and Charges, within thirty days after Sale.
, Mayor
passed March 5th. 1842.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 5 March 1842–B
Adopted by the City Council of the City of , that the Street running South from Parley to Lumber Street, between Charles Hubbard, Bently, Taylor &c, be opened, and that said Street be called Rich Street.
adopted March 5th. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 5 March 1842–C
Upon Report of the Committee, It was adopted that the Delinquents for labour Tax upon the Streets, be required to [p. 60]
Page 60