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Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) January 11, 1826

Harrisburg, Jan. 3.

Appointment By The Governor

Yesterday, the appointment of Gen. Isaac D. Barnard to be secretary of the commonwealth, vice M. C. Rogers, Esq., resigned, was announced to the house of representatives.

The gentleman's love and country and consistent democracy, his honesty and abilities are attested by the whole course of his life. His bravery and good conduct during the late war have been subjects of applause at home and abroad - in private life he is much esteemed and while a member of the senate of Pennsylvania, he obtained the confidence and respect of that entire body. The appointment is well received here and will doubtless give general satisfaction. - Pen. Intel.


Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania January 31, 1827

Appointments by the Governor

Frederick Smtih - re-apointed Attorney General

Armstrong County - Fred,'k. Rohrer, prothonotary, clerk of the courts of quarter sessions and oyer and terminer. Philip Mechling, register of will, recorder of deeds and clerk of the orphan's court.

Beaver - John Clarks, prothonotary, , clerk of the courts of quarter sessions and oyer and terminer. David Johnson, register of will, recorder of deeds and clerk of the orphan's court.

Bradford - George Scott, prothonotary, clerk of the courts of quarter sessions and oyer and terminer. Alpheus Ingham, register of wills and recorder of deeds.

Clearfield - Reuben Winslow, prothonotary, clerk of several courts; also register of wills and recorder of deeds.

Franklin - John Hershberger, prothonotary, clerk of the courts of quarter sessions and oyer and Terminer; also clerk of the supreme court for the southern district. John Findlay, register of wills and recorder of deeds.

Greene - William T. Hays, prothonotary and clerk of the several courts. Levi Rinehart, register of wills and recorder of deeds in the room of Kenner S. Boreman, resigned.

Indiana - Alexander Taylor, prothonotary and clerk of the several courts; also register of wills and recorder of deeds.

McKean - Timothy Newell, prothonotary and clerk of the several courts; also register of wills and recorder of deeds.

Luzerne - Charles D. Shoemaker, prothonotary and clerk of the several courts. Isaac Hartzell, Register of wills and recorder of deed.

Mercer - William S. Rankin, prothonotary and clerk of the several courts; also register of wills and recorder of deeds.

Susquehanna - Asa Dimock, jr., prothonotary and clerk of the several courts, also register of wills. William Jessup, recorder of deeds.

Warren - Lansing Wetmore, prothonotary and clerk of the several courts; also register of wills and recorder of deeds. - Penn. Intel.


Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania March 28, 1827

APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR

BUTLER COUNTY

William Stewart - prothonotary and clerk of the other courts.

Robert Scott - register of wills and recorder of deeds.

TIOGA COUNTY

Uriah Spencer - prothonotary with all other offices.

Penn. Intel.


Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) April 26, 1826

Appointments by the Governor

Molton C. Rogers, Esq. of Lancaster and Charles Huston, Esq., of Centre county, Judges of the Supreme court.

Thomas Burnside Esquire to be President Judge in the room of Charles Huston, at the unanimous recommendation of the district. - Harrisburg Oracle.


Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania), June 6, 1827

Appointment by the Governor

John Tod, Esq., President Judge of the Courts of Common Pleas &c. in Bedford county, &c. to be a Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in the room of Horace Binney, Esq., declined.

Appointment by the Secretary of the Treasury

John Binns, Esq., to be U. States Stationer for the port of Philadelphia, in the room of the Widow Bailey, removed, it is said, because she is a Jackson-man. - Amer. Sent.


Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania), July 4, 1827

Appointments by the Governor

Alexander Thompson, Esq. to be president Judge of the sixteenth judicial district in place of Judge Tod, appointed to the Supreme Court

Alexander L. Hayes, Esq. to be Judge of the District Court of the counties of Lancaster and York in place of Judge Thompson appointed to the sixteenth judicial district.



Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., February 13, 1828

Appointments by the Governor
Frederick Smith, Esq. of Reading, to be Judge of the Supreme Court, in the room of Judge Duncan, deceased.
Calvin Blythe, Esq. to be Attorney General in the room of Frederick Smith - Penn Reporter
The Pennsylvania Reporter says the appointment of Calvin Blythe, Esq. to the office of Attorney General is only temporary.



Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, June 25, 1828

Appointments by the Governor
Jonathan T. Knight Esq. as associate judge of the court of common pleas of the county of Philadelphia in the room of Geo. Morton, dec'd.
Matthius Richards, Esq. an associate judge of the court of common pleas, of the county of Berks, in the room of Wm. Witman, dec'd.



Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, November 5, 1828
Appointments by the President
Joseph Hopkinson of Pennsylvania to be the Judge of the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in place of Richard Peters, deceased.



Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, March 4, 1829
Appointment by the Governor
George Stroop, Esq. to be Prothonotary &c. of Perry county, in the room of William B. Mitchell, Esq., resigned.


Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, June 16, 1829
Appointments by the Governor
Richard Porter, Esq. to be Prothonotary of the county of York, in the place of General Michael W. Ash, removed.
Frederick Eichelberger, Esq. Register and Recorder of York county in the place of Jacob Wentz, Esq., removed.
Henry Jarrett to be Clerk of the Orphan's Court of Lehigh County in the room of Frederick Hyneman, deceased.


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