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Petition to Abraham Lincoln for Moses F. Webb to be Marshall for New Jersey, ca. 1861-1865.
Wyles SC 164
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Title:

Petition to Abraham Lincoln for Moses F. Webb to be Marshall for New Jersey, ca. 1861-1865

Creator/Contributor:

Booraem, Nicholas, -1869

Creator/Contributor:

Booraem, Theodore B.

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Elmendorf, John Crook, 1814-1889

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Philkins, John T.

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Leupp, William H.

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Newell, A. D.

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Newell, J. W.

Creator/Contributor:

Onderdonk, P. C.

Creator/Contributor:

Runyon, Peter P.

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Randolph, David Fitz, 1789-1863

Creator/Contributor:

Spader, James Voorhees, 1825-1871

Creator/Contributor:

Voorhees, Garret G.

Creator/Contributor:

Online Archive of California

Abstract:

One holograph petition to Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, for Mr. Moses F. Webb of the City of New Brunswick to be considered as a candidate for the United States Marshalship for the State of New Jersey. Mr. Webb was a member of the State Executive Committee and a Delegate to the Chicago Convention for the Republican Party.The undersigned are Republicans of New Jersey who have long known Mr. Webb personally and who claim that he has their confidence and respect.

Date:

1861 (issued)

Subject:

n-us-nj
Lincoln, Abraham -- 1809-1865
Webb, Moses F
Political parties -- New Jersey -- History
New Jersey -- History -- 19th century

Note:

Use of the collection is unrestricted.
Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy.
Cite as: [Identification of item], Petition to Abraham Lincoln. Wyles SC 164. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Type:

Petitions.

Physical Description:

1 item (1 leaf) ; 31 x 21 cm.

Language:

English

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Origin:

California

Copyright Note:

Use of the collection is unrestricted.
Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy.