|Title||Petition: Hoboken Section, Hudson County Artillery & citizens to Mayor & City Council, June 13, 1866, requesting 50 dollars for July 4th celebration cannon ammunition.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Petition from members of Hoboken Section, Hudson County Artillery & citizens to Mayor and City Council, June 13, 1866, requesting fifty dollars for cost of ammunition to fire 75 cannon rounds at Hudson Square Park as part of July 4th celebration.
Text is in notes.
City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations.
To the Honorable
The Mayor and Council
of the City of Hoboken
We the undersigned members of the Hoboken Section of the Hudson County Artillery as well as the undersigned citizens and residents of Hoboken do hereby recommend to your honorable body the celebration of the day July 4th of the Independence of the U.S. of America by granting to the above Section of Artillery a salute firing of 25 cannon shots at 5 o'clock A.M. and 25 cannon shots at 12 o'clock M. on said day, to take place in front of Hudson Street between 4th and 5th Streets on [crossed out text: the heights of the empty lots of the Hob. Land & Imprt. Co. and not near any buildings.] Hudson Square.
The cost for the requisite ammunition and for which we beg your honorable body to pass a resolution will amount to Fifty Dollars.
Hoboken June 13th 1866.
Yours most Respectfully
W. Dannzlur Sgt.: No. 93 Bloomfield St.
Wilk. Hayet No. 135 Meadow Str.
L. Douari, N. 147 Bloomfield(?)
B. Malif No. 158 Bloomfield St.
A. Rutz No. 36 [illegible]
[two names and addresses from side 2 not legible]
Parker, Theodore S.
|Year Range from||1866.0|
|Year Range to||1866.0|
City Council, Hoboken
Hudson Square Park
Hudson County Artillery, Hoboken Section
Government & Politics
Parades & Pageants