Ordinance, 12 February 1844–A, as Published in Nauvoo Neighbor

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An ordinance entitled an ordinance to repeal certain ordinances therein mentioned.
Whereas an ordinance entitled ‘an ordinance for the extra case of Joseph Smith and others’ passed Dec. 8th 1843, and whereas the ordinance entitled ‘an ordinance to prevent unlawful search and seizure of person and property by foreign process in the city of , passed Dec. 21, 1843,’ have had their desired effect in preserving the peace, happiness, persons and property of the citizens of according to their intent and meaning, Therefore
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of , that the aforesaid ordinances are hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. And be it further ordained that nothing in the first section of this ordinance shall be so construed as to give licence or liberty to any foreign officer or other person or persons to illegally disturb the peace, happiness or quiet of any citizen of said , any ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding, under a penalty of not less than five dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, or imprisonment six months in the city prison.
Passed Feb. 12, 1844.
JOSEPH SMITH, Mayor
, Recorder. [p. [3]]
An ordinance entitled an ordinance to repeal certain ordinances therein mentioned.
Whereas an ordinance entitled ‘an ordinance for the extra case of Joseph Smith and others’ passed Dec. 8th 1843, and whereas the ordinance entitled ‘an ordinance to prevent unlawful search and seizure of person and property by foreign process in the city of , passed Dec. 21, 1843,’ have had their desired effect in preserving the peace, happiness, persons and property of the citizens of according to their intent and meaning, Therefore
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of , that the aforesaid ordinances are hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. And be it further ordained that nothing in the first section of this ordinance shall be so construed as to give licence or liberty to any foreign officer or other person or persons to illegally disturb the peace, happiness or quiet of any citizen of said , any ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding, under a penalty of not less than five dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, or imprisonment six months in the city prison.
Passed Feb. 12, 1844.
JOSEPH SMITH, Mayor
, Recorder. [p. [3]]
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