The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 22, July 1918 - April, 1919 Page: 80
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The South'weslern Tlistorical Quarterly
of Marion and that Martin Varner, Joseph Kykendal and Jesse
Tompson be appointed supervisors to view lay out and report said
road to the Ayuntamiento on the 1st Monday in April next.
Ordered that a road by the most suitable rout be laid out from
the house of William Morton to the town of Harrisburg and [p.
45] that John Fitzgerald Elijah Allson and William Morton be
appointed supervisors to view layout and report said road to the
Ayuntamiento on the first Monday in April next.
Ordered that the President of the Ayuntamiento be and he is
hereby required to compel all and every person or persons who
have at this time or have had any effects in credits, debts due or
money in their possession which belongs to the Ayuntamiento of
this municipality to surrender the same to him or give a satis-
factory account thereof and also to call upon, any person or per-
sons he may deem proper and require them to furnish informa-
tion touching the financial concerns of this municipality and the
said President is further required to report the same fully to the
Ayuntamiento at their next meeting on the first Monday in March
Ordered that the Ayuntamiento adjourned till tomorrow 9
o'clock A. M.
February 2d 9 o'clock A. M. The Ayuntamiento met pursuant
On petition of N. Dillard Ordered that a. road be laid out on
the most elligable rout from the town of Austin to the La Bacca
in the direction to Laberdee and that Nich. Dillard, James Kerr
and Thomas Cox be appointed supervisors to view lay out and
report said road to the Ayuntamiento on the first Monday in April
A demand was presented by John C'. Reed for ferreage of
troops, etc., etc., which demand after being duly considered was
[p. 46] Ordered that Benjamin' Lindsey, Henry W. Johnson,
Geolge Teel, Isaac Foster, Kinchew Holloma.n [Kinehen Holli-
manl, James A. E. Phelps and those who are interested in labors
adjoining to the upper part of the land of Elisabeth Tumbleson
deed on the west side of the Colorado river (except Jesse Burn-
ham) be notified by a publication in the Gazette for 4 weeks to
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