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Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling a Special Election in Florida's 22nd Senatorial District, February 27, 1869

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling a Special Election in Florida's 22nd Senatorial District, February 27, 1869

Date
1869-02-27
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed calling a special election in Florida's 22nd Senatorial District, including Hernando and Hillsborough counties, to be held April 13, 1869.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling a Special Session of the Legislature, May 7, 1869

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling a Special Session of the Legislature, May 7, 1869

Date
1869-05-07
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed calling a special session of the state legislature to consider the proposed Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, to enact legislation relating to railroad construction and to overhaul the state's revenue system. The session was slated to begin on June 8, 1869.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for a Referendum on Whether Florida Would Transfer Portions of the Panhandle to Alabama, June 25, 1869

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for a Referendum on Whether Florida Would Transfer Portions of the Panhandle to Alabama, June 25, 1869

Date
1869-06-25
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed calling a special election in the portion of the Florida Panhandle west of the Chattahoochee and Apalachicola rivers to determine if the voters in that region wished for their part of Florida to be legally transferred to the State of Alabama.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for a Special Election in Alachua County to Replace Assembly Member Josiah T. Walls, January 7, 1869

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for a Special Election in Alachua County to Replace Assembly Member Josiah T. Walls, January 7, 1869

Date
1869-01-07
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed calling for a special election in Alachua County to replace General Assembly member Josiah Thomas Walls, who had recently been elected a state senator.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for Special Elections in Jackson, Calhoun, Columbia, Marion and Sumter Counties to Fill Vacant Offices, November 4, 1871

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for Special Elections in Jackson, Calhoun, Columbia, Marion and Sumter Counties to Fill Vacant Offices, November 4, 1871

Date
1871-11-04
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed calling for special elections in Jackson, Calhoun, Columbia, Marion and Sumter counties to fill vacancies left by members of the General Assembly who had either died, resigned or been removed from office. The elections were to take place on December 19, 1871.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Declaring Five Amendments to the State Constitution Ratified and in Force, May 15, 1871

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Declaring Five Amendments to the State Constitution Ratified and in Force, May 15, 1871

Date
1871-05-15
Description
Handwritten proclamation from Governor Harrison Reed declaring that five amendments to Florida's state constitution had been duly ratified and were now in force. The amendments pertained to salaries for certain state officials, the combining of the offices of Surveyor-General and Commissioner of Immigration, the terms of the Supreme Court, the procedure for calling circuit judges up to serve temporarily on the Supreme Court when one of the justices was disqualified, and procedures for recording evidence.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Designating Thursday, November 30, 1871 a Day of Thanksgiving, November 6, 1871

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Designating Thursday, November 30, 1871 a Day of Thanksgiving, November 6, 1871

Date
1871-11-06
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed designating Thursday, November 30, 1871 to be a day of thanksgiving and prayer in Florida, following an "honored custom of the people of the United States."
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Extending the Time for Collecting Taxes, December 17, 1868

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Extending the Time for Collecting Taxes, December 17, 1868

Date
1868-12-17
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed extending the time allowed for collecting taxes by 30 days, owing to "the embarrassed condition of many of the citizens of the State."
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed for a Day of Public Thanksgiving, November 6, 1868

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed for a Day of Public Thanksgiving, November 6, 1868

Date
1868-11-06
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed recommending that Floridians observe Thursday, November 26, 1868 as a day of "public praise, thanksgiving and prayer to Almighty God" for Florida's deliverance from the late Civil War and other calamitous events.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Offering a $2,000 Reward for the Apprehension of the Person Who Murdered John L. Finlayson and Wounded William J. Purman in Marianna, March 4, 1869

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Offering a $2,000 Reward for the Apprehension of the Person Who Murdered John L. Finlayson and Wounded William J. Purman in Marianna, March 4, 1869

Date
1869-03-04
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor harrison Reed offering a $2,000 reward for either the apprehension of or information leading to the apprehension and conviction of the person who murdered John L. Finlayson and wounded William J. Purman in Marianna on February 26, 1869.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s577_b004_f04_14Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling a Special Election in Florida's 22nd Senatorial District, February 27, 1869TextProclamations
Executive power
Special elections
Elections
Local elections
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s577_b004_f04_16Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling a Special Session of the Legislature, May 7, 1869TextProclamations
Executive power
Legislative bodies--U.S. states
Railroads and state
Railroad law
Railroads
Taxation
Tax collection--Law and legislation
Constitutional amendments--Ratification
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s577_b004_f04_17Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for a Referendum on Whether Florida Would Transfer Portions of the Panhandle to Alabama, June 25, 1869TextProclamations
Executive power
U.S. states--Boundaries
Boundaries, State
Referendum
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s577_b004_f04_12Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for a Special Election in Alachua County to Replace Assembly Member Josiah T. Walls, January 7, 1869TextProclamations
Executive power
Special elections
Elections
Local elections
African American legislators
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s577_b004_f04_19Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Calling for Special Elections in Jackson, Calhoun, Columbia, Marion and Sumter Counties to Fill Vacant Offices, November 4, 1871TextProclamations
Executive power
Special elections
Elections
Local elections
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s577_b004_f04_18Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Declaring Five Amendments to the State Constitution Ratified and in Force, May 15, 1871TextProclamations
Executive power
Constitutions--U.S. states
State governments--Officials and employees--Salaries, etc.
State governments--Officials and employees
Courts--U.S. states
State courts
Judges--Recusal
Evidence (Law)
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s577_b004_f04_20Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Designating Thursday, November 30, 1871 a Day of Thanksgiving, November 6, 1871TextProclamations
Executive power
Thanksgiving Day
Holidays
Legal holidays
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s577_b004_f04_11Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Extending the Time for Collecting Taxes, December 17, 1868TextProclamations
Executive power
Tax collection
Taxation
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s577_b004_f04_10Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed for a Day of Public Thanksgiving, November 6, 1868TextProclamations
Executive power
Thanksgiving Day
Holidays
Legal holidays
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s577_b004_f04_15Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Offering a $2,000 Reward for the Apprehension of the Person Who Murdered John L. Finlayson and Wounded William J. Purman in Marianna, March 4, 1869TextProclamations
Executive power
Rewards programs (Criminal investigation)
Murder
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