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Copy of an Election Return from Grantham's Precinct Submitted to John A. Cuthbert of Jefferson County, 1832

Copy of an Election Return from Grantham's Precinct Submitted to John A. Cuthbert of Jefferson County, 1832

Date
1832
Description
Election return for Grantham's Precinct in Jefferson County, submitted to John A. Cuthbert, presiding justice. The voters were recently included in Jefferson County by legislation that redrew the boundary with Leon County and had been denied suffrage because they could not take the oath that they had been citizens of Jefferson County for three months' time.
Collection
Letter from Algernon S. Thurston to James D. Westcott, Jr. Regarding a Recent Election in Monroe County, February 22, 1830

Letter from Algernon S. Thurston to James D. Westcott, Jr. Regarding a Recent Election in Monroe County, February 22, 1830

Date
1830-02-22
Description
Letter from attorney Algernon S. Thurston of Key West to James D. Westcott, Jr., explaining the circumstances of a recent election for county clerk in Key West, which had had some irregularities.
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Letter from Augustus Steele to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding Elections in Newly Established Hillsborough County, February 8, 1834

Letter from Augustus Steele to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding Elections in Newly Established Hillsborough County, February 8, 1834

Date
1834-02-08
Description
Letter from Augustus Steele to Governor William Pope Duval explaining that the law creating Hillsborough County had left out a provision for officers to be elected to serve until the usual time for county elections. Steele asks either for legislation to correct the problem or for Duval to appoint county officers by executive authority.
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Letter from B.F. Pleasants to Acting Governor J.D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning Colonel J.M. White's Election as Territorial Delegate to Congress, August 19, 1833

Letter from B.F. Pleasants to Acting Governor J.D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning Colonel J.M. White's Election as Territorial Delegate to Congress, August 19, 1833

Date
1899-12-30
Description
Letter from Benjamin Franklin Pleasants to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr, thanking him for sending a certificate for Colonel J.M. White's election to the office of Territorial Delegate for Florida.
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Letter from Congressional Delegate Joseph M. White to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning White's Recent Election, December 16, 1831

Letter from Congressional Delegate Joseph M. White to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning White's Recent Election, December 16, 1831

Date
1831-12-16
Description
Letter from Florida's territorial delegate in Congress, Joseph M. White, to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr., rejecting the idea that another election was necessary to ascertain the will of the voters regarding his candidacy.
Collection
Letter from David Ochiltree to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding the Next Election, May 3, 1830

Letter from David Ochiltree to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding the Next Election, May 3, 1830

Date
1830-05-03
Description
Letter from David Ochiltree of Gadsden County ot Governor William Pope Duval, asking when the next election will be held, given some recent confusion in election laws.
Collection
Letter from Edward L. Drake to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning Officers in Escambia County, August 7, 1833

Letter from Edward L. Drake to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning Officers in Escambia County, August 7, 1833

Date
1899-12-30
Description
Letter from Edward L. Drake of Pensacola to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. enclosing the bond of George F. Baltzell as county clerk for Escambia County and returning several Escambia County election returns.
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Letter from Edward L. Drake to Governor William Pope Duval Concerning Officers in Escambia County, October 1, 1832

Letter from Edward L. Drake to Governor William Pope Duval Concerning Officers in Escambia County, October 1, 1832

Date
1899-12-30
Description
Letter from Edward L. Drake of Pensacola to Governor William Pope Duval asking that he either take steps to clear up problems with the last election or appoint some officers for Escambia County by executive authority.
Collection
Letter from Elijah H. Callaway of Webbville to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding an Election, February 8, 1834

Letter from Elijah H. Callaway of Webbville to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding an Election, February 8, 1834

Date
1834-02-08
Description
Letter from Elijah H. Callaway, a recent candidate for surveyor of Jackson County, to William Pope Duval. Callaway contests the results of the election, claiming that votes from the controversial and short-lived Fayette County were improperly included in the totals for Jackson County.
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Letter from James W. Exum to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding the Creation of Fayette County, July 9, 1832

Letter from James W. Exum to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding the Creation of Fayette County, July 9, 1832

Date
1899-12-30
Description
Letter from James W. Exum of Marianna to Governor William Pope Duval regarding the controversy over the newly established Fayette County.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s177_b001_f03_09Copy of an Election Return from Grantham's Precinct Submitted to John A. Cuthbert of Jefferson County, 1832textCounty officials and employees
Local elections
voting
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s177_b001_f03_20Letter from Algernon S. Thurston to James D. Westcott, Jr. Regarding a Recent Election in Monroe County, February 22, 1830textElections
Election law
Contested elections
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s177_b001_f03_01Letter from Augustus Steele to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding Elections in Newly Established Hillsborough County, February 8, 1834textLocal government--Law and legislation
County officials and employees
Local elections
County government--Law and legislation
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_01.jpg
s177_b001_f03_02Letter from B.F. Pleasants to Acting Governor J.D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning Colonel J.M. White's Election as Territorial Delegate to Congress, August 19, 1833textUnited States territories and possessions
Elections
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_02.jpg
s177_b001_f03_10Letter from Congressional Delegate Joseph M. White to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning White's Recent Election, December 16, 1831textElections
Politicians
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s177_b001_f03_17Letter from David Ochiltree to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding the Next Election, May 3, 1830textElections
Election law
Voting
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_17.jpg
s177_b001_f03_03Letter from Edward L. Drake to Acting Governor James D. Westcott, Jr. Concerning Officers in Escambia County, August 7, 1833textCounty officials and employees
Local elections
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_03.jpg
s177_b001_f03_06Letter from Edward L. Drake to Governor William Pope Duval Concerning Officers in Escambia County, October 1, 1832textCounty officials and employees
Local elections
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_06.jpg
s177_b001_f03_21Letter from Elijah H. Callaway of Webbville to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding an Election, February 8, 1834textElections
Election law
Contested elections
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_21.jpg
s177_b001_f03_07Letter from James W. Exum to Governor William Pope Duval Regarding the Creation of Fayette County, July 9, 1832textLocal government--Law and legislation
County officials and employees
Local elections
County government--Law and legislation
Boundaries
/fmp/governor-records/thumbnails/s177_b001_f03_07.jpg
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