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d studied a portion of his profession at Heidelberg, Gottingen, and Breslau.
He was abroad about seventeen months. After his return, he entered the Cambrdge Law School, where he remained a year, and then established himself as a lawyer in St. Louis, Missouri.
It was his good fortune to grow up, through all his boyhood and the greater part of his youth, under the eye of two excellent parents, both remarkably gifted.
He was allowed to develop with great freedom and under the happiest influenor-General Sedgwick, his kinsman, with the rank of Major.
All through his period of service he wrote constantly to his family; and the following extracts will show his habits of mind, and the spirit in which he served his country.
St. Louis, Missouri, April 18, 1861.
The excitement increases here daily.
I do not expect any outbreak to occur here for the present, but at the same time a breaking out of hostilities here at almost any moment would scarcely surprise me. Men like Mr. G——