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June 25, 1824. Manuscript Document Signed by fourteen prominent citizens of Harford County, Maryland, one page, 8" x 10", Harford County, [Md.], June 25, 1824, a petition recommending "Thomas Kell Esquire as a person eminently Qualified and Suitable for the office of Attorney General of the State and to express our warmest wishes for his appointment in the event of a Vacancy..." The petitioners were successful in their efforts as Mr. Kell served as Maryland's attorney general from 1824 to 1827. He would be succeeded in office by none other than future Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney. With separated integral address leaf addressed to the Governor and council of the state. From the Henry E. Luhrs collection. Chipped at right margin with minor loss, uneven toning, else very good condition.
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