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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New York, State of (search)
ht. JrDemocrat 1844 Millard FillmoreWhig. Alvan Stewart. John YoungWhig 1846 Silas Wright, JrDemocrat. Ogden Edwards. Henry Bradley. Hamilton FishWhig1848 John A. Dix Democrat. Reuben H. Walworth. William Goodell. Washington HuntWhig 1850Horatio SeymourDemocrat Horatio SeymourDemocrat. 1852 Washington HuntWhig. Minthorne Tompkins. Myron H. ClarkWhig 1854Horatio SeymourDemocrat. Daniel Ullman. Green C. Bronson. John A. KingRepublican 1856 Amasa J. ParkerDemocrat. Erastus Brooks. Edwin D. MorganRepublican1858Amasa J. ParkerDemocrat. Lorenzo Burrows. Gerrit Smith. 1860William Kelly. James T. Brady. Horatio SeymourDemocrat 1862 James S. WadsworthRepublican Reuben E. FentonRepublican 1864 Horatio SeymourDemocrat. 1866John T. HoffmanDemocrat John T. HoffmanDemocrat. 1868John A. GriswoldRepublican 1870 Stewart L. WoodfordRepublican John A. DixRepublican 1872 Francis KernanDemocrat. Samuel J. TildenDemocrat 1874 John A. DixRepublican Lucius RobinsonDem
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Otis, Harrison Gray 1765-1848 (search)
Otis, Harrison Gray 1765-1848 Statesman; born in Boston, Mass., Oct. 8, 1765; graduated at Harvard University in 1783, and was admitted to the bar in 1786, where his fine oratory and varied acquirements soon gained him much fame. In Shays's insurrection (see Shays, Daniel) he was aide to Governor Brooks; served in the Massachusetts legislature; was member of Congress from 1797 to 1801; United States district attorney in 1801; speaker of the Assembly from 1803 to 1805; president of the State Senate from 1805 to 1811; judge of common pleas from 1814 to 1818; and mayor of Boston from 1829 to 1832. In 1814 he was a prominent member of the Hartford Convention, and wrote a series of letters upon it. In 1804 he pronounced an eloquent eulogy of General Hamilton. Many of his occasional addresses have been published. His father was Samuel Alleyn Otis, brother of James. He died in Boston, Oct. 28, 1848.
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