Broooklyn Standard Union article. Dec 9, 1877. It is understood that Colonel E. L. Langford will step into the
shoes of Alderman-elect Kenna, on the lst of January, when the latter takes his place in the Board of Aldermen, and resigns his position as General Clerk in the Police Department. Colonel Langford was Secretary of the Board of
Health under the last Republican Commission, and made himself a general favorite by his gentlemanly deportment and uniform courtesy.
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