The leading citizens of Sonora have offered him the presidentship of that interesting State.
And then he had been, on the death of West, in 1820, elected to the presidentship of the Academy.
Two years later he was consecrated bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, and resigned his presidentship.
It was generally agreed that his presidentship was a conspicuous success.
There is no doubt that General Washington will accept the presidentship; though he is silent on the subject.
You will have heard of my appointment to the presidentship of the College of Boggleywollah.
His last idea is to resign the presidentship of the Municipal Council.
In 1826 he retired from the presidentship, and later in the year he was attacked by apoplexy, followed by paralysis.
If this passes during the presidentship of General Jackson, it will immortalize his reign more than paying off the national debt.
The enclosed resolution informs you of Mr Boudinot's advancement to the presidentship.