Minutes, 8 June 1844, Extract, as Published in Nauvoo Neighbor

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For the Neighbor.
City Council, Regular Session,)
June 8th 1844, 10 o’clock A. M.)
and received their oath of office and took seats in the council.
Petition of Edson Whipple and 24 others, for opening Green St. east of Knight St., read, discussed, and ordered to be laid on the table.
Petition of and 51 others for extension of Green St. read, discussed, and ordered to be laid on the table.
was allowed for services rendered the , $1,50.
1 o’clock, Council adjourned until after dinner.
Resumed business at 3 o’clock.
received his oath of office and took his seat in the Council.
was suspended from his office until his case could be investigated for slandering the City Council, to be investigated at the next regular session.
Petition of M. [Whitford] G. Wilson, and 65 others concerning the upper stone house, was read, and after a long discussion, was ordered to be laid on the table, forever.
John S. Higbee was allowed $38 for services rendered as assessor and collector of 1st Ward. Notes and receipts included.
Petition of and 4 others, read, and referred to the Mayor.
An ordinance concerning the city attorney &c., passed.
Counsellors and were appointed a special committee to draft an ordinance on libels, conspiracies &c.
6 1-2 o’clock, Council adjourned to Monday the 10th inst., 10 o’clock A. M. [p. [3]]