Congressional Directory. 1st Session, 49th Congress

Congressional Directory. 1st Session, 49th Congress

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...receiving 9,861 votes against 2,881 votes for C. C. Macoy, Republican. SIXTH DISTRICT. Count1es.--Clarendon, Darlington, Horry, Marion, Marlborough, and the townships or Lake, Lees, Johnson, and Sumter, and the town of Kingston in the County of Williamsburg. (jeorge W. Dargan, of Darlington, was born in Darlington County, South Carolina, in 1841; educated at the academies of his native county, and at the State Military Academy; was admitted to the bar in 1872; was elected as a Democrat to the State Legislature without opposition in 1877; was elected Solicitor of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of South Carolina without opposition in 1880; was elected to the Forty-eighth Congress, and was re-elected to the Forty-ninth Congress as a Democrat, receiving 10,465 votes against 3,289 votes for Deas, Republican, and 386 votes scattering. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Counties.--Beaufort, Georgetown, Sumter, and Berkeley (excepting the tenons of Mount Pleasant and SummervilU, and so much of the parish of Saint James, Goose Creek, as lies between the western track of the South Carolina Railway and the Ashley River below the County of Colleton;) the lower township of Richland County; the townships of Collins, Adams' Run, Glover, Fraser, Lowndes, and Blake, in the County of Colleton; the townships of Amelia, Goodby's, Lyons, Pine Grove, Poplar, Providence, and Vance's, in the County of Orangeburg; the townships of Anderson, Hope, Indian, King's (excepting the town of Kingstree, ) Laws, Mingo, Penn, Ridge, Sutton's, and Turkey, in the County of Williamsburg, and that portion of Charleston County composed of James Island, Folly Island, Morris Island, and the island lying berween them, the lower harbor of Charleston Harbor, and the ocean coast line from and below...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236844548
  • 9781236844545