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DUNLAP, Andrew, lawyer, born in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1794; died there in 1835. He was graduated at Harvard in 1813, studied law in Salem, was admitted to the bar there, becoming distinguished in his profession. He removed to Boston in 1820, and was U. S. district attorney for Massachusetts from 1829 till just before his death, He published two fourth of July orations (1819 and 1822), his speech in defense of Abner Kneeland (Boston, 1834), and "Admiralty Practice in Civil Cases of Maritime Jurisdiction" (Philadelphia, 1836; 2d ed., New York, 1850), which was " pronounced by competent judges to be learned, accurate, and well digested." His son, Samuel Fales, lawyer, born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1825, was graduated at Harvard in 1845, and has published "Origin of Ancient Names" (Cambridge, 1856) and "Vestiges of the Spirit History of Man" (New York, 1858); and edited, with notes, his father's "Admiralty Practice."
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