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Thu Oct 16 18:02:05 2014 UTClccn-nr20010446110.00Message of the governor of the state of Illinois transmitted to the Thirteenth General Assembly, December 7, 18420.301.00Petition : Springfield, Ill., to Thomas Carlin, Springfield, Ill.,73786328Thomas_Carlinnr20010446115616011nc-illinois$general assembly$1839 1840IllinoisGeneral Assembly1839-1840)nc-illinois$general assembly$1842 1843IllinoisGeneral Assembly1842-1843)lccn-nr92027028IllinoisGovernor (1838-1842 : Carlin)lccn-nr95032818Walters, William-1846prtlccn-nr2002021823State Bank of Illinois (1835-1843)lccn-nr92027030IllinoisBoard of Fund Commissionerslccn-n94045834Ford, Thomas1800-1850nc-illinois$general assembly$1838 1839IllinoisGeneral Assembly1838-1839)lccn-n79006976Smith, Joseph1805-1844lccn-nr92027027IllinoisBoard of Public WorksCarlin, Thomas1789-1852SourcesHistoryIllinoisCarlin, Thomas,Finance, PublicPolitical scienceGovernorsIllinois--Illinois and Michigan CanalBanks and bankingPublic worksState Bank of Illinois (1835-1843)Illinois.--Board of Fund CommissionersBondsMcClernand, John A.--(John Alexander),Illinois.--Governor (1838-1842 : Carlin)NotariesMilitiaSmith, Joseph,--Jr.,County officials and employeesEconomic historyFrontier and pioneer lifeLegislationDebts, PublicPublic landsIllinois.--General AssemblyUnited States--Wabash RiverMilk-sicknessIllinois.--Office of the GovernorLocal officials and employeesState bondsIllinois--GalenaFox IndiansIllinois--BloomingtonSmith, Emma HaleMerchantsHoward familyHospitalsIllinois--McLean CountyIllinois--ChicagoTravelRevenuePhelps familyAnnuities--Law and legislationCanalsCounty governmentTexasConveyancingIllinois--NauvooIllinois--Morgan CountyProperty taxIllinois--Ogle CountyMormon Church--Presidents178918521838183918401842184318741917192051485022ocn063133060book18401.00IllinoisMessage from the governor transmitting documents referred to in his message at the opening of the session21ocn034608179mix1.00IllinoisRecord book of senate action on confirmation of appointments, primarily of notary publics, proposed by Governor Thomas Carlin21ocn063257537art1842Carlin, ThomasMessage of the governor of the state of Illinois transmitted to the Thirteenth General Assembly, December 7, 184211ocn062862441art1840Carlin, ThomasMessage from the governor, transmitting certain information concerning agents, commissioners, or officers employed to borrow money for the state11ocn063133108art1840Carlin, ThomasMessage from the governor, enclosing a letter from the Consul of the United States at Paris11ocn838616309mixCarlin, ThomasHayes Legal Document LT18410601B, Land Transfer11ocn063133066art18400.47IllinoisMessage from the Governor, enclosing a communication from R.M. Young, agent of the State to borrow money for the canal11ocn062558772art18400.47Carlin, ThomasMessage from the Governor, relative to the amount of money appropriated for the navigation of the great Wabash River, accompanied by a report from the Board of Public Works and the Auditor of Public Accounts11ocn028106746mix1842Carlin, ThomasQuincy, [Ill.], to James Shields, Springfield, [Ill.]Asks for various statements concerning Illinois' financial assets and liabilities11ocn367398457mix18421.00Carlin, ThomasCertificateHistorySourcesPrinted and handwritten certificate, dated 13 June 1842, and signed by Carlin. The item affirms that Joseph Smith, the first president of the Mormon Church, is elected mayor of Nauvoo, Illinois. On the reverse of the manuscript is found a handwritten copy of the oath of office for mayor which is signed by Joseph Smith11ocn063133090art18401.00IllinoisMessage from the Governor, enclosing contract with Poughkeepsie Engine Company, and the protest of a draft drawn on them : with the legal opinion of the Attorney General11ocn838616339mixCarlin, ThomasHayes Legal Document LT18410610A, Land Transfer11ocn028106749mix1840Carlin, ThomasSpringfield, IllMilitary commissions for Lorath Shelby and John Grounds, captains, 6th Regiment, Illinois Militia, signed by Carlin and A.P. Field11ocn823527032mixCarlin, ThomasHayes Legal Document LT18410610A, Land Transfer11ocn063539103art1842Report from the executive officers of Illinois, on the subject of the prohibition of State Bank and Bank of Illinois paper, in payment of the public revenue11ocn034089793mixHoward, Elizabeth Bailey LittleTyped excerpts from Elizabeth's diary detail journey from New Hampshire to Wethersfield in 1836; 1839 commission of Sullivan Howard's as justice of the peace, signed by Illinois governor Thomas Carlin; 1872 invitation to wedding of daughter Mattie C. to Cyrus W. Wells11ocn062784290art1840Carlin, ThomasMessage from the governor, transmitting correspondence of the state directors of the Bank of Illinois11ocn062349050art1839Carlin, ThomasMessage from the governor, furnishing the names of all agents employed by him to procure funds for the use of the state : together with their powers and instructions , amount of compensation, &c. &c11ocn063133113art1840Carlin, ThomasMessage from the governor, transmitting a tabular statement of the amount of state bonds sold11ocn823558276mixCarlin, ThomasHayes Legal Document LT18410601B, Land Transfer22ocn078492411book18391.00McClernand, John APetition : Springfield, Ill., to Thomas Carlin, Springfield, IllHistorySigned by McClernand and others. Petition recommending directors for the Bank of Illinois in Shawneetown, Illinois11ocn695996412mixCarlin, ThomasIncludes receipt; orders for coroner's elections in Warren and Morgan counties; and letter to Elijah Davidson concerning tax payments on Carlin's property11ocn053791419mix1874Phelps, JohnHistoryTyped transcript of reminiscences tell of his numerous journeys, businesses and successes and losses. Tells of his long journey from Virginia to New Orleans to meet with his regiment in time to fight in the Battle of New Orleans. Discusses his numerous business ventures including building a raft to take whiskey to St. Louis to sell using a crew of novice sailors. His business with the lead mines in Galena, Ill. Mentions interactions with Thomas Carlin, a relative of his wife; Governor Reynolds and his request for Phelps to head a regiment in the Black Hawk War; and a conversation with William Hamilton, the son of Alexander Hamilton, that resulted in his buying property in Oregon, Ill. Several stories of interactions with Indians on his frequent journeys. Describes his last visits to Virginia and Tennessee11ocn191318456book1843DoughertyReport of the joint select committee, : to whom was referred the memorial of Charles Macalister, of New-York. ; February 25, 1843. Read, and laid on the table11ocn870716399book18380.10The Bloomington observerNewspapers11ocn014145521book1917Unveiling exercises. Governor Thomas Carlin Monument, Carrollton, Ill., one o'clock p.m., Wednesday, July 4, 1917. [program]11ocn367943793art20081.00Hedges, Andrew HThe lady and the governor : Emma Hale Smith's and Thomas Carlin's 1842 correspondenceRecords and correspondence11ocn053458391mixPatterson, J. BAutographsClaimsTwo letters, June 18, July 13, 1835, from Elbert Herring discussing problems with the distribution of annuities between the Sauk and Fox Indian tribes. Two commissions as justice of the peace, September 19, 1835 signed by Governor Joseph Duncan and August 31, 1839 signed by Governor Thomas Carlin11ocn707899284art19200.10Carlin, Thomas. former governorHistoryBiographyDictionaries11ocn035745506mixIllinoisThomas Carlin correspondenceRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence concerns financing the Illinois and Michigan Canal, bonded indebtedness, British bank failures, the General Assembly, public lands, and establishment of a hospital in Chicago. The correspondence contains militia lists, military requisitions, appointment requests, transmission of laws and resolutions between state governments and recommendations for job seekers. Correspondents include bond agents underwriting canal construction, bankers, U.S. senators, Illinois and Michigan Canal commissioners, legislators, county officials and military officers01ocn504310013book1840Law, WilsonWilson Law letterHistorySourcesPhotocopy of a handwritten letter dated Sept. 30, 1840 and a typescript of the item. Law writes to Thomas Carlin, "Commanding Officer," requesting that various arms be sent to his companyThu Oct 16 15:25:26 EDT 2014batch15813