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Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 5
Appointments, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister
Camden, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
Appointments, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister
Brazil (Brazil) (search for this): article 5
o be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria. Carl Schurz, Minister, to Brazil. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, Minister to Austria.--Washington States.
Austria (Austria) (search for this): article 5
e Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria. Carl Schurz, Minister, to Brazil. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, Minister to Austria.--Washington States. e Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria. Carl Schurz, Minister, to Brazil. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, Minister to Austria.--Washington States.
Stockholm (Sweden) (search for this): article 5
s, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria.
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 5
Appointments, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Ministe
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 5
be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria. Carl Schurz, Minister, to Brazil. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, Minister to Austria.--Washington States.
Michigan (Michigan, United States) (search for this): article 5
Appointments, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 5
Appointments, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Miandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister to Austria. Carl Schurz, Minister, to Brazil. Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, Minister to Austria.--Washington States.
Brussels (Belgium) (search for this): article 5
Appointments, &c. --The following nominations have been confirmed by the Senate: Charles B. Throckmorton, of Maryland, to be a Second Lieutenant 4th Artillery, United States Army. Wm. C. Butler to be Collector of Customs in Camden district, North Carolina, vice Stark, resigned. Christopher Gore Ripley, of Minnesota, Secretary of Legation to Brussels. James M. Edmonds, of Michigan, Commissioner of General Land Office. Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania, Minister Resident at Stockholm, vice B. B. Angell, of New York, recalled. The Alexandria Gazette says that some Virginians remonstrates to the Postmaster General against the appointment of G. A. Hall to the special mail agency for Virginia and Maryland. Mr. Hall stands high in character and moral worth, but it is alleged that his anti-slavery sentiments are too strong for Southern latitude. It is expected that the following nominations will be made: Anson Burlingame, of Massachusetts, Minister
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