Each ward petitioned that no Licences be granted in their ward. Mayor has sold some Liquor at the <Barbers> shop— to accommodate those who needed, and oblige in his suffering condition after being impisond [imprisoned], in — had sold none in his house— since the passage of the last ordinance.
Mayor has hea[r]d complaints about certain houses, & when he has called them to make complaint, they have run away, (believs it is generelly the case that when a man goes to law he has an unjust case & wants to go before an unjust <Judge> or one who wants business— has very few suits on his docket,
<X> Mayor referrd to— — and proposd <suggested> the popropriety of purging the city counil firstatNuisan<of>Nuisances The man who steps forward to put down iniquity is the fir[s]t to be put down by the people of the . Mayorsaidifhehadkeptawhorefromhere— andsince, & haddoneeverything— wouldhavebeenasgood amanas & .— < sworn> said <the> Laws had brought <Bogus> dies to him to fix— : referred to . his brothrs, & the Higbys. & asked what good they had ever done? Where is the <first> act of goodness and greatness in & ?— While Joseph was under arrest, Laws & would have ben rode on a rail if I <he> had not have stepped forward to prevent it.—
Mayor.— said— at the time he was under arrest pu[r]sued him for $40.00 he was owing said , and it took the last expnc mony he had,— to pay it.—
C, continud and referred. to —— coming to this place. &c—
Mayor said Had offered $5,00 dollars to kill him.
<C.> continued, , told me <him> he ment to have my <his> daughter, laid a plan with 4 or 5 persns, to kidnap his daughter, & thrnted [threatened] to Shoot any man that should come near after he got him in the skiff— was Engaged in trying to make Bogus <which> was his princple business.—
referred to the revelation read to the High council.— that it was in answer to a qustion concenig [concerning] things which transpired in former days & had no refene [reference] to the penst [present] time.—— that when sick said <he had been guilty of adultry &> he was not fit to live or die, had Sinnd again[s]t his own soul &c [p. 13]