Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, January–November 1842

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due for City Taxes, before the City Council.
The City Council do hereby approve of the <​act of the​> , in drawing upon the City Treasury for a Sum of fifty Cents for a Block for a Seal for the Municipal Court, which sum was included in an Order drawn upon the Treasury for $5,00, for a City Seal.
Adjourned until Ten oClock A. M. on Saturday next.
19 November 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Novr. 19th. 1842. Ten oClock, A. M.
Some of the Council met agreeable to adjournment, but for want of a majority they adjourned until Saturday next at Ten oClock A. M., & the was instructed to notify the absent Councillors thereof.
The stated on 26th Inst, that he had not notified the Col..—
26 November 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Novr. 26th. 1842. Ten oClock A. M.—
City Council met pursuant to adjournment.— meeting opened by Prayer.— names of Council were called.— minutes of the two last Meetings were read & approved.
The Petition of & others to have a Law enacted to prevent Nuisances, was referred to the Committee of Municipal Laws, who reported a Bill, which after discussion & amendment became an Ordinance, entitled, “An Ordinance regulating the erection & removal of Slaughter Houses within the City of ”.
The Council then proceeded <​by Ballot​> to elect Assessors & Collectors for the several Wards of the City, & the following was the Result.— for continuation, See next Book.— [p. 48]
due for City Taxes, before the City Council.
The City Council do hereby approve of the act of the , in drawing upon the City Treasury for a Sum of fifty Cents for a Block for a Seal for the Municipal Court, which sum was included in an Order drawn upon the Treasury for $5,00, for a City Seal.
Adjourned until Ten oClock A. M. on Saturday next.
19 November 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Novr. 19th. 1842. Ten oClock, A. M.
Some of the Council met agreeable to adjournment, but for want of a majority they adjourned until Saturday next at Ten oClock A. M., & the was instructed to notify the absent Councillors thereof.
The stated on 26th Inst, that he had not notified the Col..—
26 November 1842 • Saturday
Saturday Novr. 26th. 1842. Ten oClock A. M.—
City Council met pursuant to adjournment.— meeting opened by Prayer.— names of Council were called.— minutes of the two last Meetings were read & approved.
The Petition of & others to have a Law enacted to prevent Nuisances, was referred to the Committee of Municipal Laws, who reported a Bill, which after discussion & amendment became an Ordinance, entitled, “An Ordinance regulating the erection & removal of Slaughter Houses within the City of ”.
The Council then proceeded by Ballot to elect Assessors & Collectors for the several Wards of the City, & the following was the Result.— for continuation, See next Book.— [p. 48]
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