Secretary of State Correspondence

1820-1914

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51Silas B. WoodPetition to recommend the appointment of James Davis to the office of Trial Justice.1860
52Thomas WoodPetition of George W. Nutt to be appointed Indian Agent for the Passamaquoddy tribe.1859
53W. W. WoodPetition recommending the appointment of William H. Waldron as sheriff.1870
54Walter J. WoodPetition to recommend the appointment of John D. Rust to the office of Sheriff of Knox County.1860
55William B. WoodRecommending the appointment of William B. Wood as a Commissioner of Deeds for the State of Maine within the State of Massachusetts. Also, to renew his commission as Justices of the Peace.1870
56William B. WoodTransmitting his oath of office as commissioner of deeds for the State of Maine within the State of Massachusetts.1871
57William E. WoodRecommending the appointment of William E. Wood to the office of Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum for Cumberland County.1871
58William H. WoodPetition recommending the appointment of William E. Morris to the office of Judge of the Municipal Court in Portland.1870
59William H. WoodPetition recommending the appointment of Benjamin Brown to the office of keeper of the Portland arsenal.1860
60William J. WoodPetition recommending the appointment of William E. Morris to the office of Judge of the Municipal Court in Portland.1870
61Wilmont WoodRecommending the appointment of Edwin Rose to the office of clerk of the court for Lincoln County.1861
62Wilmont WoodRecommending the appointment of Edwin Rose to the office of clerk of the court for Lincoln County.1861
63Wilmont WoodRequesting his commission as Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum.1858
64Wilmont WoodLetter from Wales Hubbard with a list of persons recommending him for Reporter of the Judicial Decisions.1859
65Wilmont WoodRecommending Wales Hubbard to the office of Reporter of Decisions of the Supreme Judicial Court.1859
66Wilmont WoodLetter of Lincoln Bar to the Governor regarding that they should be represented on the Supreme Judicial Court Bench, therefore they are recommending Peter Thacher to be appointed judge.1859

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