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58th United States Congress - Employees - House of Representatives
... Clerk Alexander McDowell of Pennsylvania, elected November 9, 1903 Sergeant at Arms Henry Casson of Wisconsin, elected November 9, 1903 Doorkeeper ... Lyon of New York, elected November 9, 1903 Postmaster Joseph C ... McElroy of Ohio, elected November 9, 1903 Clerk at the Speaker’s Table Asher C ...
30th United States Congress - Changes in Membership - Senate
... installation Tennessee (2) Vacant Failure to elect John Bell (W) Elected November 22, 1847 Iowa (2) Vacant Iowa admitted to the Union at end of previous congress ... Jones (D) Elected December 7, 1848 Iowa (3) Vacant Iowa admitted to the Union at end of previous congress Augustus C ... Dodge (D) Elected December 7, 1848 Mississippi (1) Jesse Speight (D) Died May 1, 1847 Jefferson Davis (D) Elected August 10, 1847 Connecticut (1) Jabez W ...
History Of Poland - Third Polish Republic (1989–today)
... the support of a number of Solidarity deputies, elected General Wojciech Jaruzelski to that office ... In November 1990, Lech Wałęsa was elected president for a five-year term ... In December Wałęsa became the first popularly elected President of Poland ...
29th United States Congress - Changes in Membership - Senate
... Yulee (D) Elected July 1, 1845 Florida (3) Vacant Florida admitted to the Union at end of previous congress James Westcott (D) Elected July 1, 1845 ... Calhoun (D) Elected November 26, 1845 Virginia (1) Vacant Failure to elect Isaac S ... Pennybacker (D) Elected December 3, 1845 Mississippi (2) Robert J ...
1st Utah Territorial Legislature - Members
... Name County Office Elected/Resigned Territorial Council Ezra T. 23, 1851 Edward Hunter Salt Lake Elected November 15, 1851 Aaron Johnson Utah Heber C ... Brimhall Iron Elected November 15, 1851 James Brown Weber John Brown Salt Lake Elected November 15, 1851 James G ...

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