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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 2 2 Browse Search
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Unless the Congress think fit to alter the establishment, I must beg the favor of them to consider this letter as a resignation, and grant an order for paving the money which I have received to the Treasurer, after a deduction of my 15 per cent.. and that the bond may be forthwith delivered up. The letters which remain I shall be ready to deliver to any new postmaster whom the Congress shall appoint, and remain with perfect respect, sir, your most obedient servant, James Winthrop. Hon. President Warren. (Mass. Arch., CXCIV. 59.) Jonathan Hastings, Jr., was appointed, July 8, 1775, as the successor of Mr. Winthrop, who, two months afterwards, became Register of Probate. Register of Probate from 6 Sept. 1775 until 1817, for several years Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Librarian of Harvard College 1772-1787, one of the founders of the Mass. Historical Soc., res. on the northerly side of Mount Auburn Street, between Brighton Street and Brattle Square, and d. unm. 26 Sept. 1821;
Unless the Congress think fit to alter the establishment, I must beg the favor of them to consider this letter as a resignation, and grant an order for paving the money which I have received to the Treasurer, after a deduction of my 15 per cent.. and that the bond may be forthwith delivered up. The letters which remain I shall be ready to deliver to any new postmaster whom the Congress shall appoint, and remain with perfect respect, sir, your most obedient servant, James Winthrop. Hon. President Warren. (Mass. Arch., CXCIV. 59.) Jonathan Hastings, Jr., was appointed, July 8, 1775, as the successor of Mr. Winthrop, who, two months afterwards, became Register of Probate. Register of Probate from 6 Sept. 1775 until 1817, for several years Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Librarian of Harvard College 1772-1787, one of the founders of the Mass. Historical Soc., res. on the northerly side of Mount Auburn Street, between Brighton Street and Brattle Square, and d. unm. 26 Sept. 1821;