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Title:[Letter] 1840 Jan. 25, Nashville, Tennessee [to] General Assembly, Nashville, Tennessee / James K. Polk : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: Polk, James K.
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Date: January 25, 1840
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter to the General Assembly from Governor James K. Polk, dated January 25, 1840. Polk is writing to inform the Assembly of his nominations for Directors of the Bank of Tennessee.
Collection:Governor James K. Polk Papers
Box:1
Folder:7
Document: sl671
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[added: Gentlemen of the Senate
And of the House of Representatives]

In pursuance of the "Act to establish a State Bank to raise a fund for Internal Improvement, and to aid in the establishment of a system of education", passed January 19th 1838, I nominate to the General Assembly

Thomas [added: Samuel] R. Anderson of Sumner County
Jonathan Currin of Rutherford "
Nicholas Perkins of Williamson "
David Burford of Smith "
Obediah G. Finley of Wilson "
Joseph W. Hartan of Davidson "
William Nichol of Davidson "
George W. Campbell of Davidson "
William Carroll of Davidson "
Felix Robertson of Davidson "
John Harding of Davidson "
Willoughby Williams of Davidson

To be Directors of "The Bank of Tennessee

James K Polk
[added: Executive Department
Nashville Jany [January] 25th 1840__]



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[added: 1840
To Genl [General] Assembly
Nominations by
Jas [James] K Polk
Gov [Governor]
Directors
Bank Tenn [Tennessee]]



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