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Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): entry johnson-reverdy
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy JohnsonAttorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
United States (United States) (search for this): entry johnson-reverdy
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnsottorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry johnson-reverdy
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; UnMr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the P1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Richard Mentor Johnson (search for this): entry johnson-reverdy
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
Johnson, Reverdy 1796-1876 Statesman; born in Annapolis, Md., May 21, 1796; was admitted to the bar in 1815. After serving two terms in his State Senate, he was United States Senator from 1845 to 1849, when he became United States Attorney-General under President Taylor. Mr. Johnson was a delegate to the Peace Convention; United States Senator from 1863 to 1868; and minister to Great Britain in 1868-69, negotiating a treaty for the settlement of the Alabama claims (q. v.) Reverdy Johnson. question, which was rejected by the United States Senate. He was recalled by Richard Mentor Johnson. President Grant in 1869; supported Horace Greeley in the Presidential campaign of 1872. He died in Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10, 1876.
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