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Two exceptions, however, were E. R. Hoar, who was called from the Supreme Court of Massachusetts to become Attorney-General; and Governor J. D. Cox of Ohio, who was appointed Secretary of t and nominated Mr. Boutwell of the House to the place.
The Cabinet now had two members from Massachusetts,—a circumstance which led to Judge Hoar's retirement a few months later.
The San Domingo ex-senator; E. D. Morgan, former governor of New York; John H. Clifford, former governor of Massachusetts; John M. Read, the jurist of Pennsylvania; and James Russell Lowell.
The current of opinionhose counsels the Secretary of State then rested so securely as on those of the senator from Massachusetts.
Sumner's uppermost thought at this time, so far as domestic affairs were concerned, was re lyceums during the autumn,—first in Boston, October 21, and afterwards in other places in Massachusetts, as also in Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, and Pennsylvania,