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Quay, Matthew Stanley 1833- Legislator; born in Dillsbury, Pa., Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislatu
, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislature elected him for the remainder of the term ending March 4, 1905. Quebec
, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislature elected him for the remainder of the term ending March 4, 1905. Quebec
Quay, Matthew Stanley 1833- Legislator; born in Dillsbury, Pa., Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation otional hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislature elected him for the remainder of the term end
, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislature elected him for the remainder of the term ending March 4, 1905. Quebec
Quay, Matthew Stanley 1833- Legislator; born in Dillsbury, Pa., Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislatur
, Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislature elected him for the remainder of the term ending March 4, 1905.
Quay, Matthew Stanley 1833- Legislator; born in Dillsbury, Pa., Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislatur
Quay, Matthew Stanley 1833- Legislator; born in Dillsbury, Pa., Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislatur
Quay, Matthew Stanley 1833- Legislator; born in Dillsbury, Pa., Sept. 30, 1833; graduated at Jefferson College in 1850; admitted to the bar in 1854; became lieutenant in the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves in 1861; promoted colonel of the 134th Pennsylvania Volunteers in August, 1862; member of the Pennsylvania legislature in 1864-66; secretary of the commonwealth in 1872-78; and was elected United States Senator in 1887, 1893, and 1901. In 1899 he was indicted for alleged misappropriation of public funds, but was acquitted, after a sensational hearing, April 21. The same year he was a candidate for re-election to the United States Senate; the legislature got into a deadlock, and, after 79 ballots, adjourned without making a choice. On April 21, 1889, Governor Stone issued to Mr. Quay a recess appointment certificate, but this was not accepted by the Senate, which, on April 24, 1900, declared the credentials offered invalid by a vote of 33 to 32. On Jan. 15, 1901, the legislatur
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