Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, February–December 1841

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& if he will <​set​> his Fare agst the Petn altogether, if the Ferry Rights be infringed upon.
Question put, & motion put whether Petn wd be recd,— & lost.
moved a Petn <​ that the Supervisor be instructed​> to open that part of Wells Street which is North of Knight St., as far North as Young St., & also that part of Young St.. west of Knight St. to the next Corner by Mr. [Hugh] Herringshaws,— Petn Gran[ted]
Col Joseph Smith moved <​an Ordinance​> that the Citizens be protected for killing all Dogs running at large, which are set upon Cattle or Hogs, or molest any Person, which was seconded & Carried.
moved that all Persons who keep a Slut, & lets her Run at large while she has Dogs following her, be fined Twenty Dollars.
Col J. Smith spoke, & Motion was seconded & carried.
Council adjourned, Sine Die.
1st. May 1841.
21 May 1841 • Friday
Friday 21st May 1841.
City Council met pursuant to special appointment. The stated the object of the Meeting.
spoke on the subject of the Streets leading into the State Road.
Counsellor <​Joseph​> Smith moved that Parley Street be the Street, which should be improved to meet the state Road. Seconded, and Carried Unanimously.
moved that the resolution of the 12<​th​> April last, exempting the Supervisor from working upon the Streets in the third Ward, until the first of October next, be rescinded, & it was seconded & carried unanimously.
Moved & seconded that this Council adjourn sine die.—
Carried.—
21st May 1841. [p. 20]
& he will set his Fare agst the Petn altogether, if the Ferry Rights be infringed upon.
Question put, & motion put whether Petn wd be recd,— & lost.
moved a Petn that the Supervisor be instructed to open that part of Wells Street which is North of Knight St., as far North as Young St., & also that part of Young St.. west of Knight St. to the next Corner by Mr. Hugh Herringshaws,— Petn Granted
Col Joseph Smith moved an Ordinance that the Citizens be protected for killing all Dogs running at large, which are set upon Cattle or Hogs, or molest any Person, which was seconded & Carried.
moved that all Persons who keep a Slut, & lets her Run at large while she has Dogs following her, be fined Twenty Dollars.
Col J. Smith spoke, & Motion was seconded & carried.
Council adjourned, Sine Die.
1st. May 1841.
21 May 1841 • Friday
Friday 21st May 1841.
City Council met pursuant to special appointment. The stated the object of the Meeting.
spoke on the subject of the Streets leading into the State Road.
Counsellor Joseph Smith moved that Parley Street be the Street, which should be improved to meet the state Road. Seconded, and Carried Unanimously.
moved that the resolution of the 12th April last, exempting the Supervisor from working upon the Streets in the third Ward, until the first of October next, be rescinded, & it was seconded & carried unanimously.
Moved & seconded that this Council adjourn sine die.—
Carried.—
21st May 1841. [p. 20]
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