The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 23, July 1919 - April, 1920 Page: 215
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Minutes of the Ayuntamiento of San Felipe de Austin 215
zen Thomas Jamieson as sindico of the precinct of Mina having
received the majority of votes, and Citizen Henry Smith as Com-
isario and Asa Brigham as sindico for the precinct of Victoria
having received the majority of votes and Citizen [blank] as
Comisario and Citizen [blank] as sindico for the precinct of
Guadalupe in the Colony of the Empresario Green De Witt hav-
ing recd the majority of votes and the body ordered [p. 83] that
the two copies of the lists should be made out and one of them
immediately posted in a public place the originals to be filed, and
the session was adjourned
Samuel M. Williams
In the town of San Felipe de Austin 31 Decembr 1830. The
Ayuntamto. met this day in extra session the following members
being present Thomas Barnett president, Jesse H. Cartwright
2d Regidor Walter C. White 3d Regidor, Churchill Fulchear 4th
regidor y William Pettus sindico procurador. A report was pre-
sented to the body by the sindico procurador made by Francis W.
Johnson relative to the discharge of the duties conferred on him
by the Ayuntamto. as a special Commissioner of the body appointed
24th Novembr last which report was read, and approved and or-
dered to be filed.
A petition of Martin Allens praying for the extension of twelve
months time for the payment of thirty dollars, due by him to the
municipality, which after a full discussion of the merits of the
petitioner, was granted, and it was ordered that twelve months
additional time be added to the original time for the payment of
said sum of thirty dollars.
A petition of Thomas Westalls praying that Eighteen months
additional time may be allowed him for the fulfilment of his con-
tract with the Ayuntamto. to improve [p. 84] certain lots in this
town. In consideration of his having engaged to build a school
house and other buildings on the gulph prairie. The prayer of
the petitioner was granted on the condition that he does build
the school house etc. which he states he has undertaken to do
otherwise he will not be exempted from the improvement of the
lots which will remain subject [to] the ordinance A petition of
Samuel H. Hardens praying that the title to lots Nos. 70 and 71
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