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Hon. Henry M. Fuller,who died in Philadelphia, Wednesday, was elected to Congress in 1850 as a Whig, and again in 1854 as a member of the American party. He was the American candidate for Speaker in the protracted contest that resulted in the choice of Mr. Banks. He was at one time the Whig candidate for Canal Commissioner. After his last term in Congress, Mr. Fuller made Philadelphia his place of residence. In the late Presidential contest he was one of the leaders of the Constitutional Union Party, of this State, and was their candidate for Congress in the Second District. He was an active politician and an energetic business man. While in Congress he served his constituents and his State with zeal and ability. He had large interests in the coal regions of Pennsylvania, and was a warm friend of the cause of protection to American industry.--Phil. Bulletin.
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