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The Citizen
The Citizen
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Description: Sheriffalty

Date: December 9 1831

Newspaper published in: Frederick, Md.

Page/Column: 4/4

Sheriffalty

To the Voters of Frederick County.
Gentlemen Thankful for the late flattering vote I have received, I again present myself to your consideration as a candidate for the Sheriffalty and should I be so fortunate as to be your choice, I will endeavor to discharge the duties with humanity, diligence and punctuality. Respectfully yours, Matthias E. BARTGIS.

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Abner CAMPBELL, Tenders to his friends and fellow citizens, his acknowledgements for their liberal support at the last election, and again offers himself as a candidate for their suffrages at the next election for Sheriff of Frederick County. December 17, 1830.

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At the request of many of my friends, I offer myself to the consideration of the voters of Frederick County as a candidate for the next sheriffalty, and humbly solicit their support. Mahlon TALBOTT, Oct. [day unreadable] 1830.

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To the Voters of Frederick County,

Gentlemen: I most respectfully return you my grateful acknowledgements, for your support at the last election, and again present myself as a candidate for the next Sheriffalty; and solicit the support of the voters throughout the county, under the assurance that, if elected, I will so discharge the duties of the office as to secure general approbation. Respectfully Yours, William H. McCANNON, Oct. 29, 1830.

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William LOWE, respectfully offers himself to the voters of Frederick County as a candidate for the next Sheriffalty, and solicits their support. October 8, 1830.

Submitted: 11/19/08

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