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" Republican elector for his Congressional district (then the Eighteenth) and cast the vote of the district for... "
Official Congressional Directory - Page 21
by United States. Congress - 1892
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Philo History: Chronicles and Biographies of the Philosophian Literary ...

Wm. Dudley Paul Farthing - 1911 - 214 pages
...entered the law department of the University at Bloomington, Indiana, from which he graduated in 1870. He was admitted to the practice of law by the Supreme Court of Illinois the same year. In 1871 he located in Murphysboro and engaged in the practice of law. In 1880 he was Presidential elector...
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A history of the northern peninsula of michigan and it's people

Alvah L. Sawyer - 1911
...received the principal part of his education at the noted Sloan Academy in that place. In May, 1855, he was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Illinois', and the following year located at Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he lived until 1865, at which time he...
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The Michigan Alumnus, Volume 17

Cooking - 1911
...from which institution he was graduated with the degree of LL.B., June 30, 1887; prior to graduation was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Ohio, which profession he has closely followed ever since; in 1889 was elected prosecuting attorney...
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History of Jefferson County, Iowa: A Record of Settlement, Organization ...

Charles J. Fulton - Jefferson County (Iowa) - 1912
...student in the law department of Drake University and was graduated May 17, 1898. At the same time he was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Iowa, and also admitted to practice in the federal courts. He entered upon the active work of his profession...
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History of Darke County, Ohio, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present ...

Frazer Ells Wilson - Darke County (Ohio) - 1914
...weighed over 200 pounds, with light complexion and dark hair, being always a good dresser. Judge Sater was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Ohio in December 1862, after having served in the Civil War, and began the practice of law in Greenville,...
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Herringshaw's National Library of American Biography: Contains Thirty-five ...

Thomas William Herringshaw - United States - 1914
...in Sigourney, Iowa. In l88") he became a teacher; and for several years was a college president. He was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Washington; and for several years has been engaged in the practice of law at Baker City, Oregon, where...
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A History of California and an Extended History of Los Angeles and ..., Volume 2

James Miller Guinn - California - 1915 - 935 pages
...the University of California, in the last mentioned institution receiving the degrees of AM and BL He was admitted to the practice of law by the Supreme Court of California and to the United States Courts, since which time he has been engaged in his profession...
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The Owl, Volumes 18-21

1916
...'•-.r.duatcd, in due course, in 1871. For several years he resided in Wr.°hin^ton, DC, where he was admitted to the practice of law by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. Later, upon the motion of Hon. Charles Devns, Attorney General, he was admitte'l...
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Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred ..., Volume 6

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1921
...matriculated at the St. Louis University Institute of Law. In 1912 he received the Master of Arts degree and was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Missouri. In 1913 he was awarded the Bachelor of Law degree and admitted to practice in the United...
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History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography, Volume 3

Thomas McAdory Owen - Alabama - 1921 - 716 pages
...Prof. Frederick W. Coleman; and afterward the school of Dr. Henry Tutwiler at Greene Springs, Ala. He was admitted to the practice of law by the supreme court of Alabama in July, 1856, and opened an office in Carrollton, Pickens County in January, 1857, but after...
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