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Name Bossier Parish Politics and Government
Number of Archive records 420.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Object records 10.0
Number of Photo records 17.0

Associated Records

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Andrew Lawrence's oath as Justice of the Peace. Original letter and photocopy. The State of Louisiana Parish of Bossier I, Andrew Lawrence, do solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the United States and of this state and that I will faithfully discharge and perform all the duties incumbent on me as Justice of the Peace in and for Ward no. five in said parish of Bossier according to the best of my abilities and understand my agreeability to the constitution and laws of the United States and of this state and I do further solemnly swear that since the adoption of the present constitution I, being a citizen of this state, have not fought a duel with deadly weapons withi

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Returns of election filed Nov. 10, 1848. R.W. Long, clerk. Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore Whig ticket received 183 votes; Lewis Cass and William O. Butler Democratic ticket received 161 votes.

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List of the votes for Bossier Parish Assessor. July 16, 1847. Louis F. Steele with 45 votes; E. Edins with 42 votes; P. Alden with 26 votes; Samuel Furniss with 21 votes; Martin Coates with 15 votes; EC Song with 19 votes; JR Miles with 15 votes and George W. [?] with 1 votes.

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List of voters polled at the November 1847 election.

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List of votes polled at the November 1849 election.

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Election returns for Sept. 1850. Election for Senator held Sept. 30, 1850 between John M. Sandidge with 196 votes and G. Vaughn with 17 votes.

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Election returns of Justice of the Peace for Ward No. 5, June 9, 1851. Elijah Hudson elected over Andrew Lawrence.

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Results from several national and local elections. Nov. 12, 1851. R.W. Long, Clerk.

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List of Candidates and votes received in election of June 6, 1852.

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Election Returns "John Slack"

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Election Returns for 17th Judicial District Court

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Election Returns, S. Lowery clerk, November 7, 1853.

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List of Candidates and votes in election of Feb 16, 1854. Election concerning license for the retail of spirits in Bossier and also for the election of a constable. 38 Votes in favor of license for the retail of liquor and 34 votes were in favor of no license. SM Furniss received 41 votes for constable, with DC Wester getting 2 votes.

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List of the names of seventeen qualified voters March 26, 1854 Election returns from the election of constable for Ward 6. George Hortman and William Humphrey were the candidates.

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Candidate list and votes received, August 14, 1854, Austin Miller Clerk of Court

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Election returns for state and local offices, Nov. 5, 1855. A. A. Abney Clerk.

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Election returns of 1860.

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Election returns for constable of Ward 6, Filed June 15, 1857 by A. A. Abney Clerk.

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List of candidates and votes received for state and local offices, Nov. 2, 1857. Filed by A. A. Abney clerk.

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Election returns for Justice of the Peace. Sept, 4, 1858 from Austin Miller deputy clerk, diary.