Arthur, Chester A. (1829-1886) Pardon of George W. Hubley, convicted of larceny while in postal service.
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC00045.33 Author/Creator: Arthur, Chester A. (1829-1886) Place Written: Washington, D.C. Type: Document signed Date: 29 September 1881 Pagination: 2 p. +dock. 40 x 26 cm Order a Copy
Hubley was convicted of larceny while in postal service; sentenced to 1 year imprisonment. Pardoned after serving 4 months of his prison term by recommendation of the judge, jury, and U.S. District Attorney due to his youth. Chester's first pardon. (c/s Robert H. Hitt)
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