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" Rouge, where he was desperately wounded ; was made brig.-gí.i. in Sept. 1864, but almost immediately after was elected gov. of La. In this position, he showed great ability, improving the finances of the State, encouraging manufactures, and enforcing... "
Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois - Page 521
by Paul Selby, Franices M. Shonkwiler - 1917
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Dictionary of American Biography, Including Men of the Time: Containing ...

Francis Samuel Drake - America - 1872 - 1019 pages
...great ability, improving the finances of the State, encouraging manufactures, and enforcing the laws. At the close of the war, he took up his residence in Mexico, where he established the Mexican Times, which he edited until his death. — tiee " Recollections...
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Dictionary of American Biography, Including Men of the Time: Containing ...

Francis Samuel Drake - America - 1876 - 1019 pages
...great ability, improving the finances of tho State, encouraging manufactures, and enforcing the laws. At the close of the war, he took up his residence in Mexico, where he established the Mexican Times, which he edited until his death. — See " Hfcolleclions...
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Dictionary of American Biography: Including Men of the Time ... and a Supplement

Francis Samuel Drake - America - 1879 - 1019 pages
...great ability, improving the finances of the State, encouraging manufactures, and enforcing the laws. At the close of the war, he took up his residence in Mexico, where he established the Mexican Times, which he edited until his death. — 6'ee " Recollections...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to ..., Volume 6

Medicine - 1884
...appointed surgeon, and served with distinction as staffsurgeon and medical inspector of Hardec's corps. At the close of the war he took up his residence in Louisville, Ky. Two years later he married Miss Louisa Elliston, of Nashville, with whom he leaves...
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Western Journal of Education, Volume 3

Harr Wagner - Education - 1898
...where he lived until the breaking out of the Civil War when he enlisted in the 2nd California Infantry. At the close of the war he took up his residence in Humboldt County and engaged in teaching in April 1865. In 1868 he was appointed County Superintendeut...
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Journal of the ... Annual Convention of the Diocese of ..., Volumes 28-31

Episcopal Church. Diocese of Central New York - Religion - 1896
...became a U. 8. chaplain, being stationed at Covington, Ky., in pastoral charge of the hospital there. At the close of the war he took up his residence in Syracuse. Mr. Gregory was distinguished by great method in his habits of life, and kept a strict account...
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Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 1

Newton Bateman, Paul Selby - Chicago (Ill.) - 1900 - 608 pages
...Cincinnati. Population (1890), 825. THOMAS, Horace H., lawyer and legislator, was born in Vermont, Dee. 18, 1831, graduated at Middlebury College, and, after...of the Ohio. At the close of the war he took up his lesidence in Tennessee, serving as Quartermaster upon the staff of Governor Brownlow. In 1867 he returned...
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The Vermonter, Volume 7

Charles Spooner Forbes, Charles R. Cummings - Vermont - 1901
...Colonelcy of the Fifteenth Vermont Volunteers. VERMONTERS IN THE CABINET. After his return to Vermont, at the close of the war, he took up his residence in Rutland, and entered into law partnership with the late Wheelock G. Vea/.ey, who was afterwards a judge...
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Legal and judicial history of New York, Volume 3

Lyman Horace Weeks, John Hampden Dougherty - Courts - 1911
...till the summer of 1862, when he entered the Union service as Major of the ioo,th New York Volunteers. At the close of the war he took up his residence in Washington, DC Lewis Seymour, in 1847, the year after his admission to the bar, became a partner of...
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Maine in the Northeastern Boundary Controversy

Henry Sweetser Burrage - Arbitration (International law) - 1919 - 398 pages
...the opening of the Revolutionary War, and served in the British army in various military positions. At the close of the war he took up his residence in St. John, New Brunswick. He held important civil positions, among them that of chief justice and president...
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