Letter from Henry P. Scott to the Governor’s Office

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Letter from Henry P. Scott to the Governor’s Office.

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Document at the Civil War & Reconstruction Governors of Mississippi Project. Original held at the Mississippi Department of Archives & History.

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Gibson May 24th 1871

H. F. Hewson
Private Secretary
Jackson

Dear Sir

I have the honor to forward a Certificate from the Chancy Clerk that I did file my Bonds as Sheriff & Tax Collector but on Examining them we find they was not Signed by me and yet no complaint was made to me of the fact. but since I received your letter I made inquirey about the objections raised bout my bonds. & find none except that I had not signed them and now they stand approved by the Proper officer & those who oppose my holding office do not dispute the solvencey of my bondsmen because one of my bonds-men is readly taken for mothan double the amount of my bonds the records will show that my bondsmen own more real & Personal Property than any other officer in the county hoping this will give satisfaction I have the honor to be most Respectfully

Henry P. Scott

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Scott, Henry P., “Letter from Henry P. Scott to the Governor’s Office,” Mississippi State University Libraries, accessed May 23, 2024, https://msstate-exhibits.libraryhost.com/items/show/2118.

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