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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New Hampshire. (search)
s office1789 Josiah Bartlettassumes office1794 John Taylor Gilman.assumes office1794 John Langdon assumes office1805 Jeremiah Smithassumes office1809 John Langdonassumes office1810 William Plumerassumes office1812 John Taylor Gilman assumes office1813 William Plumerassumes office1816 Samuel Bellassumes office1819 Levi Woodburyassumes office1823 David L. Morrillassumes office1824 Benjamin Pierceassumes office1827 John Bellassumes office1828 Benjamin Pierceassumes office1829 Matthew Harveyassumes office1830 Joseph M. HarperactingFeb., 1831 Samuel Dinsmoorassumes officeJune, 1831 William Badgerassumes office1834 Isaac Hillassumes office1836 John Pageassumes office1839 Henry Hubbardassumes office1842 John H. Steeleassumes office1844 Anthony Colbyassumes office1846 Jared W. Williamsassumes office1847 Samuel Dinsmoorassumes office1849 Noah Martin assumes office1852 Nathaniel B. Baker.assumes office1854 Ralph Metcalfassumes office1855 William Haileassumes office18
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New Hampshire, (search)
jail, by paying their debts......Nov. 20, 1818 Toleration law making all religious sects on equal grounds and dependent on voluntary contributions......1819 Control of Dartmouth College, after two years more of litigation, awarded by the Supreme Court of the United States to the trustees......1819 Law of June 29, 1821, imposing an annual tax of one-half of 1 per cent. on the capital stock of banks, for school purposes. The sum accrued is divided among the tow ns......1829 Gov. Matthew Harvey, appointed judge of the United States district court for New Hampshire, is succeeded by Joseph M. Harper, acting governor......February, 1831 Nashua and Lowell Railroad incorporated......1836 Act passed providing for a scientific, geological, and mineralogical survey of the State......July 3, 1839 Office of State commissioner of common schools created......1846 Law authorizing towns to establish public libraries......1849 Office of school commissioner abolished; a boar