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1Memorandum Books, 1801 (Jefferson Papers)
Recd. of Alexander Garrett £27–7–1 to be repaid in Richmd. brought by Hanson.
...under the first, “Commissions not in the office,” included William H. Dorsey, as judge of the Orphans Court for Washington County; William Thornton, Thomas Peter, and Dorsey, justices of the peace for Washington County; Charles Alexander, George Gilpin, Jonah Thompson, John Herbert, Cuthbert Powell, and Jacob ...the county of Alexandria; and Samuel Hanson and Henry Moore, appointed...
Charles Alexander.Alexander Smith.
Alexander Contee Hanson was the chancellor of Maryland. Gabriel Duvall was chief justice of the general court of Maryland. William Kilty served as a state jurist in 1801. Richard Sprigg, Jr., was a Maryland congressman who served in the House......Muhlenberg, John and Joseph Heister, Robert Brown, Alexander J. Dallas, and Dr. Michael Lieb were influential members of the Pennsylvania Republican...
. Enclosure: undated list of 25 directors of the Bank of the U.S., in Hanson’s hand, including Thomas Willing, Elias Boudinot, Samuel Breck, William Bingham, Isaac Wharton, Robert Smith, James C. Fisher, Abijah Dawes, Joseph Sims, Archibald McCall, F. G. Wacksmuth, Andrew Bayard, Samuel Coates,...As surveyor of customs, Hanson had served under collector .... Despite Hanson’s repeated...
Alexander Contee Hanson
...the Collectorship of Nanjemoy was formerly vacant. Brent’s connections place him on good ground but his politics & character merit enquiry. Jackson’s recommendations make him also worthy of enquiry. I wish Mason, D. C. Brent, Hanson & Kelty could give us his character . Letters recommending John Brent and William Jackson for the post awarded to Alexander Scott have not been found.
...when he moved to Baltimore. From 1794 to 1798 he also served as deputy clerk to the Supreme Court. Between early 1807 and 1816 he published or edited pro-Federalist newspapers in Baltimore and in Georgetown in partnership with Alexander Contee Hanson. The office of his Baltimore paper was sacked and burned by a mob during the War of 1812 (Maeva Marcus et al.,