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Official Congressional Directory - Page 124
1875
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The Political Register and Congressional Directory: A Statistical Record of ...

Cabinet officers - 1878 - 716 pages
...compensation does not exceed one thousand dollars; makes postal treaties with foreign governments, by and with the advice and consent of the President; awards...management of the domestic and foreign mail service. FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTERS-GENERAL. Seth Pease of Connecticut, 1816. Abraham Bradley of Connecticut,...
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Official Congressional Directory

1878
...compensation does not exceed one thousand dollars; makes postal treaties with foreign governments, by and with the advice and consent of the President, awards...executes contracts, and directs the management of the domest,c and foreign mail service. THE FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. . The First Assistant Postmaster-General...
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United States Official Postal Guide

United States. Post Office Dept - 1879
...Allowances, AS LYNCH, DC Principal Clerk Correspondence, THOMAS E. ROACH, Del. To this office is assigned the duty of preparing all cases for the establishment, discontinuance, and change of name от site of post offices, and for the appointment of all postmasters, and employees of the railway...
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Official Congressional Directory

1881
...compensation does not exceed one thousand dollars ; makes postal treaties with foreign governments, by and with the advice and consent of the President, awards...mail service. THE FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. ance, and change of name or site of post-offices, and for the appointment of all postmasters, agents,...
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The United States Government: Its Organization and Practical Workings ...

George N. Lamphere - Executive departments - 1881 - 316 pages
...diem, and allowance. THB OFFICE OF THE FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. To this office is assigned the duty of preparing all cases for the establishment, discontinuance, and change of mime or site of post-offices, and for the appointment of all postmasters, and employes of the Railway...
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Official Congressional Directory

1882
...compensation does not exceed one thousand dollars ; makes postal treaties with foreign governments, by and with the advice and consent of the President, awards...management of the domestic and foreign mail service. THE F1RST ASS1STANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. The First Assistant Postmaster-General has charge of the Appointment...
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Proceedings in the trial of the case of the United States vs. John W. Dorsey ...

Andrew Wylie, United States. District Court (District of Columbia). Supreme Court - Law - 1882
...and allowance. Tlit Office of the First Am»tant I'oittmaater-lirnrml. — To thisoftice is assigned the duty of preparing all cases for the establishment, discontinuance, and change of name or ^te of poet-offices, and the appointment of all postmasters and employe's of the railway nuil service,...
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Official Congressional Directory

1884
...compensation does not exceed one thousand dollars; makes postal treaties with foreign Governments, by and with the advice and consent of the President, awards...domestic and foreign mail service. THE FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTKR-GENERAL. The First Assistant Postmaster-General has charge of the Appointment Office, which...
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Official Congressional Directory, Volume 48, Parts 1883-1885

United States. Congress, W. H. Michael - 1886
...compensation does not exceed one thousand dollars ; makes postal treaties with foreign Governments, by and with the advice and consent of the President, awards...divisions, viz: Appointment Division. — The duty ot preparing all cases for the establishment, discontinuance, and change of name or site of post-offices,...
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Official Congressional Directory

United States. Congress - 1888
...contracts, and directs the management of the domestic and foreign mail service. . THE FlRST ASS1STANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL. The First Assistant Postmaster-General...or site of post-offices, and for the appointment of afl postmasters, agents, postal clerks, mail-messengers, and Department employes, and attending to...
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