Legal writer; born in Boston, Mass.
, June 4, 1830.
He was graduated at the New York University in 1850; was admitted to the bar two years afterwards; and, after engaging in general practice with his brother Austin for several years, applied himself to a compilation of works on legal subjects.
Alone, or in conjunction with his brother, he compiled nearly 100 volumes of digests, reports, legal treatises, and other allied works, including Dictionary of terms in American and English Jurisprudence
, National digest
, and a revison of the United States statutes
He died in Brooklyn, N. Y.
, Feb. 17, 1890.