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Baltimore Patriot
Baltimore Patriot
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Description: Appointments by the Executive of Maryland, Sept. 26, 1822.

Date: September 30 1822

Newspaper published in: Baltimore, MD

Page/Column: Page 2

Appointments by the Executive of Maryland, Sept. 26, 1822.

– Stephen S. JOHNS, Inspector of Tobacco at Dugan’s Warehouse, Baltimore City, vice Roderick DORSEY, resigned.

– Roderick DORSEY, Inspector of Tobacco at Samuel R. SMITH’s Warehouse in Baltimore City.

– Henry R. CHAMPAYNE, additional Justice of the Peace for Baltimore County.

– Peter HARRINGTON and Reuben LEWIS, additional Justice of the Peace for Dorchester County.

– John KELSO, a Trustee of the Alms House for Baltimore County, vice Col. James BIAYS, deceased.

– Col. Henry LEWIS, a Coroner for Washington County.

– Elijah BURNETT, a Coroner for Worcester County, vice William ROUND, resigned.

– Stephen H. MOORE, an additional Justice of the Peach for Baltimore City, vice John H. ROGERS, deceased.

– George PRICE, additional Justice of the Peace for Frederick County.

– John COSKERY, Coroner for Frederick County.

– Jacob HOFFMAN, Senior, Armourer at Frederick-Town.

– John C. WILSON, additional Justice of the Peace for Somerset County.

– John DONN, additional Justice of the Peace for Harford County.

– Lambert REARDON, Justice of the Orphan’s Court for Talbot County, vice Thomas P. BENNETT, resigned.

– Elijah BURNETT, Coroner for Worcester, vice William ROUND, resigned.

By:
Ninian PINKNEY,
Clerk of the Council

Submitted: 07/27/08

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