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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing),
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Andrew, Stephen Pearl, 1812-1886 Author; born in Templeton, Mass., March 22, 1812. After practising law in the South, he settled in New York in 1847, and became a prominent abolitionist. He gave much attention to phonographic reporting, and to the development of a universal philosophy which he named Integralism, and to a universal language named Alwato. He was author of numerous works relating to these subjects, besides Comparison of the common law with the Roman. French, or Spanish Civil law on entails, etc.; Lore. Marriage and divorce; The labor dollar: transactions of the Colloquium (an organization established by himself and friends for philosophical discussion), etc. He died in New York, May 21, 1886.