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2 Dr. Ray then lived at Eastport, Maine, and afterwards became superintendent of the Butler Asylum for the Insane, at Providence, R. I. In 1837, he submitted to Sumner for criticism the manuscript of his ‘Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity.’
3 Author of a treatise on the ‘Law of Limited Partnerships,’ and editor of law reports. He died in 1868.
6 One of Sumner's friends, younger in the profession than himself, then practising law at Salem, afterwards a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, and the editor of ‘Daniell's Chancery Pleading and Practice’ and other law books. He died in 1877, aged sixty-eight.
7 Dr. Lieber was born in Berlin, in 1800. Having been a student, soldier, and exile, he came to this country in 1827, and lived successively in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. In 1835, he became professor of History and Political Economy in the South Carolina College, at Columbia, where he remained more than twenty years. In 1857, he was appointed to a similar professorship in Columbia College, New York, and held the position till his death, Oct. 2, 1872. He is well known by his Encyclopaedia; but his fame is to rest permanently on his ‘Manual of Political Ethics,’ and his ‘Civil Liberty and Self-Government.’
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