ANDREW S. FULTON - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DUDLEY S. GREGORY - HFSID 78259
ANDREW S. FULTON and DUDLEY S. GREGORY The 1847 U.S. Representatives from Virginia and New Jersey signs their names in black ink Signature: "And. S. Fulton/ Wytheville/ Va" and "D.J. Gregory/ Jersey City" in black ink. 3¾x2¾ clipping. ANDREW S.
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ANDREW S. FULTON and DUDLEY S. GREGORY
The 1847 U.S. Representatives from Virginia and New Jersey signs their names in black ink
Signature: "And. S. Fulton/ Wytheville/ Va" and "D.J. Gregory/ Jersey City" in black ink. 3¾x2¾ clipping. ANDREW S. FULTON (1800-1884) was a United States Representative from Virginia. A native Virginian, Fulton practiced law in Wytheville before being elected to the Virginia House of Delegates from 1840 to 1845, after which he furthermore served as prosecuting attorney and in 1846 was elected the U.S. House of Representatives (1847-1849), serving as chairman of the Committee on Invalid Pensions. After his congressional tenure he served as judge of the fifteenth judicial circuit of Virginia (1852-1869). DUDLEY S. GREGORY (1800-1874) was the first ever mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey, and represented New Jersey in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1847-1849. Raised in New York, he worked as a clerk in the office of the New York State Comptroller for fourteen years, becoming Chief Clerk of the Canal department, and member of the guard of honor to receive General Marquis de La Fayette on his visit to the United States. He moved to Jersey City in 1834, becoming involved with local politics and elected mayor in 1838. He was elected as a Whig to Congress in 1846, but returned to his mayorship in 1849. Gregory became involved with banking and railroads, being an original incorporator of the "Mutual Benefit Life and Insurance Co. of the County of Hudson" and owning stock in the Adirondack Iron and Steel Works. Irregularly cut. Toned. Left edge frayed. Pinpoint ink spots throughout. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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