Clerks Appointed ~ 1807
Submitted by Carolyn Shank
Mon. March 16, 1807, Raleigh Minerva March 16, 1807
We learn that GOVERNOR ALEXANDER has appointed BRIGADIER GENERAL BENJAMIN
of Brunswick, Adjutant General of the militia of this state – an office
created by the late act of the legislature to revise the Militia laws relative
to the infantry.
RICHARD EVANS, ESQ., for Pitt; JOSEPH JOHN SUMNER, ESQ., for Edgecombe;
JOSEPH WILLIAMS, JR., ESQ. for Surry; and WILLIAM SNEED, ESQ. for Granville,
are appointed Clerks of the Superior court.
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