The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 22, July 1918 - April, 1919 Page: 82
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
same. And they further report that Tiel is yet a citizen of this
government and they believe that Turner is a resident within the
The Petition of Thomas H. Borden relative to a tract of land
granted to, Henry W. Johnson was examined and the Ayunta-
miento report that the said land has never been cultivated nor
improved and further that the said Johnson is not a resident of
The petition of Francis F. Wells relative to a league of land
granted to Benjamin Lindsey was examined and after investigat-
ing the subject the Ayto. report that the said Lindsey lived in
this colonT between 4 and 6 months, that he came in June with
a part of his family and moved away in the fall of the same year
1826 and then moved to Ayish Bayo where he continues to reside.
The petition of Henry W. Munson relative to a league of land
granted to Isaac Foster was examined and the Ayto. report that
Isaac Foster has cultivated the land, has lived in the country ever
since the land was granted and recently died in this colony leav-
ing many relatives.
The petition of W. D. Dewees relative to certain Labors on the
west side of the Colorado was examined and the Ayto. report that
the Labors are vacant and have never been cultivated.
[p. 49] The salary to be paid to Thos. J. Gazley for discharg-
ing the duties mentioned in the order of his appointment is es-
tablished by the Ayto. to be at the rate of three hundred dollars
pr. annum to commence from the first day of February A. D. 1830.
The Ayto. adjourned till tomorrow morning 10 o'clock.
Tuesday March 2d 10 o'clock a. m. The Ayto. met pursuant
On motion of -I. H. League Ordered that the president be
authorized to procure a piece of furniture suitable for keeping
and preserving the records and papers of the judiciary and also
for the safe keeping of all papers and documents of the munic-
ipality and pay for the same out of any funds not otherwise
Ordered that the keeper of the ferry shall be bound to cross
any person who may apply between sunrise and 10 o'clock at
light. If any be crossed after dark the ferryman will not be
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