See also:American lawyer and soldier, was
See also:born in
See also:Owego, New
See also:York, on the 26th of
See also:April 183o . He was educated at the Owego academy, was admitted to the
See also:bar in 1851, was
See also:attorney of Tioga
See also:county in 18J3–18J9, and was a member of the state
See also:Assembly in 1862 . In 1862 he organized the tooth and the 137th regiments of New York Volunteer
See also:Infantry and (Aug . 28) was made colonel of the former . In
See also:September 1864 he became colonel of the 127th
See also:United States Colored Infantry; in 1864–1865 was in command of the prison
See also:camp at
See also:Elmira, New York, and in
See also:March 1865 was breveted brigadier-general of
See also:volunteers . He received a Congressional medal of
See also:honour in 1895 for gallantry at the
See also:Wilderness in May 1864 . He was United States district-attorney for the eastern district of New York in 1866–1873, and an associate
See also:judge of the New York.
See also:court of appeals in 1881–1882 . In 1889–1893 he was secretary of the
See also:navy in the
See also:cabinet of
See also:President Benjamin
See also:Harrison, and then resumed the practice of
See also:law in New York City . He was chairman of the commission which drafted the
See also:charter for Greater New York, and in 1897 .was defeated as Republican
See also:candidate for mayor of the city . In 1899 he was counsel for
See also:Venezuela before the Anglo-Venezuelan boundary arbitration commission in
See also:Paris .
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