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GIFFORD, Archer, lawyer, born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1797" died there, 12 May, 1859. He was graduated at Princeton in 1814, was admitted to the bar in 1818, and began to practise in his native town, where he continued to reside till his death. He was appointed by President Jackson collector of customs for the port of Newark in 1836, and held this office during the following twelve years, without suffering it to interfere materially with an extensive practice. He published a "Digest of the Statutory and Constitutional Constructions delivered in the Supreme Court and Court of Errors and Appeals of New Jersey " (1852), "Unity of the Liturgy," and contributed to periodical literature.
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