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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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k of the Connecticut river from Windsor, Vt., in the year . When nine years of age his father died, and three years after this bereavement, in the young Chase was found at the seminary in Worthington, Ohio, then conducted by the Venerable Bishop Philander Chase, his uncle. Here he remained until Bishop Chase accepted the Presidency of Cincinnati College, and was entered there. After a year's residence in Cincinnati, he returned to his maternal home in New Hampshire, and shortly after resumed hBishop Chase accepted the Presidency of Cincinnati College, and was entered there. After a year's residence in Cincinnati, he returned to his maternal home in New Hampshire, and shortly after resumed his studies in Dartmouth College. Hanover, where he graduated in 1826. He shortly after commenced the study of law in the city of Washington, under the guidance of the celebrated William Wirt, then Attorney General of the United States. He was admitted to the bar at Washington in 1829, and at the following year returned to Cincinnati and entered upon the practice of his profession, in which he soon rose to eminence. He was subsequently elected a member of the United States Senate, and upon the