Asbury Dickins

Asbury Dickins (1780–1861) was a United States government official who served as Secretary of the United States Senate from 1836 until shortly before his death in 1861.

Originally from North Carolina, Dickins worked as a publisher and a bookseller before entering government service as chief clerk of the U.S. Department of the Treasury in 1829. He then moved to the U.S. Department of State in 1833, again serving as the department's chief clerk. Dickins finally became Secretary of the Senate in 1836 and served under both Democratic and Whig majorities. During his tenure, the Secretary's office increased in size and professionalism. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Dennie, Joseph
Published 1800
Joseph Dennie and Asbury Dickins
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by Washington, George
Published 1800
Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street, opposite Christ-Church
Other Authors: ...Dickins, Asbury...

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by Mathias, Thomas James
Published 1800
Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street opposite Christ-Church
Other Authors: ...Dickins, Asbury...

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by Brown, Charles Brockden
Published 1799
Printed by H. Maxwell, no. 3 Letitia Court, and sold by Thomas Dobson, Asbury Dickins, and the principal booksellers
Other Authors: ...Dickins, Asbury...

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by Gentz, Friedrich von
Published 1800
Published by Asbury Dickins, opposite Christ-Church. H. Maxwell, printer, Columbia-House
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by Mathias, Thomas James
Published 1800
printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street, opposite Christ-Church
Other Authors: ...Dickins, Asbury...