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Lyman, Theodore 1792-1849

Author; born in Boston, Mass., Feb. 20, 1792; graduated at Harvard College in 1810; member of the Massachusetts legislature in 1820-25; mayor of Boston in 1834-35. During the latter year he saved William Lloyd Garrison from the fury of a mob, endangering his own life. He was the author of Account of the Hartford convention; The diplomacy of the United States with foreign Nations, etc. He died in Brookline, Mass., July 18, 1849.

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