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Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Subject contains "Justices of the peace"
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Appointment of Daniel G. Smith as Justice of the Peace by Governor Richard Keith Call, 1842

Appointment of Daniel G. Smith as Justice of the Peace by Governor Richard Keith Call, 1842

Date
1842-03-03
Description
Appointment of Daniel G. Smith as Justice of the Peace in Gadsden County by Governor Richard Keith Call. Governor Call and Secretary of Florida Thomas H. Duval signed the document. The reverse includes a note from A. I. Forman, dated April 9, 1842, stating that he administered the oath to Smith on that day.
Collection
Letter from Governor Richard Keith Call Appointing Daniel G. Smith Justice of the Peace in Gadsden County, March 3, 1842

Letter from Governor Richard Keith Call Appointing Daniel G. Smith Justice of the Peace in Gadsden County, March 3, 1842

Date
1842-03-03
Description
Daniel G. Smith was appointed Justice of the Peace in Gadsden County for two years.
Collection
Letter of Resignation from C. P. Murdock to Governor William Bloxham, 1881

Letter of Resignation from C. P. Murdock to Governor William Bloxham, 1881

Date
1881-01-31
Description
Letter written by Charles P. Murdock, a Methodist minister living near the Aucilla community (then called Williamsburg) in Jefferson County, to Governor William D. Bloxham, resigning his commission as a justice of the peace. Murdock asks to instead be commissioned as a notary public. On the reverse, Governor Bloxham indicates his acceptance of Murdock's resignation with his signature and the date of his action.
Collection
Letter of Resignation from D. W. Lister to Governor George F. Drew, 1880

Letter of Resignation from D. W. Lister to Governor George F. Drew, 1880

Date
1880
Description
Letter written by D. W. Lister to Governor George Franklin Drew, resigning his position as justice of the peace in Lafayette County. Governor Drew indicates his acceptance on the back of the letter with a signature and date. The letter itself is undated, but Drew accepted Lister's resignation on April 29, 1880.
Collection
Letter of Resignation from Samuel McInnis to Secretary of State Samuel B. McLin, 1875

Letter of Resignation from Samuel McInnis to Secretary of State Samuel B. McLin, 1875

Date
1875-05-26
Description
Letter written by Samuel McInnis to Samuel B. McLin, resigning as justice of the peace in Hamilton County. The letter includes a brief poem. Governor Marcellus Lovejoy Stearns indicates his acceptance of the resignation on the reverse with a signature, date, and instructions to the secretary of state to notify McInnis of the decision.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
flc_975.9925-c156_01Appointment of Daniel G. Smith as Justice of the Peace by Governor Richard Keith Call, 1842 textJustices of the peace--Florida--Gadsden County
Justices of the peace--Selection and appointment
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flc_975.9925-c156_01Letter from Governor Richard Keith Call Appointing Daniel G. Smith Justice of the Peace in Gadsden County, March 3, 1842textPolitical customs and rites
Justices of the peace--Florida--Gadsden County--Selection and appointment
Public officers
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s1326_b001_f08_x01Letter of Resignation from C. P. Murdock to Governor William Bloxham, 1881textResignation
Public officers
Justices of the peace
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s1326_b001_f09_x01Letter of Resignation from D. W. Lister to Governor George F. Drew, 1880 textResignation
Public officers
Justices of the peace
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s1326_b001_f07_x01Letter of Resignation from Samuel McInnis to Secretary of State Samuel B. McLin, 1875textResignation
Public officers
Justices of the peace
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