Diplomatist; born in Paris, France, Aug. 15, 1866; was graduated at Harvard College in 1888; spent two years in foreign travel: was second secretary of the United States legation and embassy in London in 1891-93, and first secretary of the embassy in Rome in 1893-97.
During the war with Spain he served as a captain and adjutant-general of United States volunteers.
Harper and Brothers Publishers. . New York. 1902.
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