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1 American Jurist, April, 1834, Vol. XI. p. 495; Oct. 1835, Vol. XIV. p. 493.
2 American Jurist, April, 1835, Vol. XIII. p. 483; Oct. 1835, Vol. XIV. p. 489.
3 American Jurist, Oct. 1837, Vol. XVIII. pp. 254-258.
6 1783-1862. Dr. Nikolaus H. Julius. He lived at Hamburg the later years of his life. He gave his time largely to the inspection of prisons, and to writing upon prison systems. He was the German translator of ‘Ticknor's History of Spanish Literature.’
7 1810-1876. Wolowski was chosen a member of the Chamber of Deputies in 1848-49, and 1871, and afterwards a senator for life. In 1839, he became a law professor in the Conservatory of the Arts and Trades; and in 1855 was admitted to the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences. He founded the first Credit foncier of Paris, which became the Credit fancier of France. His funeral on Aug. 18, 1876, though simple in rites, was imposing in the attendance of distinguished men. The religious services were held at the Église de la Trinite, and a discourse was pronounced at Pere La Chaise on behalf of the Academy. Journal des Debats, Aug. 19, 1876. ‘London Times,’ Aug. 17, 1876.
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