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- Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte discusses the political situation in Baltimore regarding the vacancy for Deputy Surveyor of Customs and recommends that President Roosevelt leave the position unfilled until after the election and then appoint James Campbell. Bonaparte then discusses the political situation between Clarence C. Pusey, Abraham Lincoln Dryden, and John B. Hanna, recommending that Roosevelt suggest that Pusey wait until November 1st to take office, which would be considerate to William H. Jackson without offending Pusey's supporters. Bonaparte also discusses whether two ships should make a trip to New Orleans or not.
- Military appointments, Civil service ethics, Customs administration, Civil service--Corrupt practices, Civil service--Discipline, Employees--Dismissal of, Letters, Political campaigns, U.S. states--Politics and government, Governors--Election, Ships, Political leadership--Public opinion, Patronage, Political--U.S. states, Press and politics, American newspapers, Maryland--Baltimore, Maryland--Cumberland, Louisiana--New Orleans, Tennessee, Democratic Party (U.S.), Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Republican Party (Md.), United States. Navy, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers, Lowndes, Lloyd, 1845-1905, Mudd, Sydney Emanuel, 1858-1911, Jackson, William H., 1839-1915, Loeb, William, 1866-1937, Shaw, Leslie M. (Leslie Mortier), 1848-1932
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Charles J. Bonaparte to Theodore Roosevelt
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