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BARNARD, Daniel Dewey, lawyer, born in Sheffield, Massachusetts, 16 July 1797; died in Albany, New York, 24 April 1861. He was graduated at Williams College in 1818, studied law, and in 1821 was admitted to the bar, and began its practice in Rochester, New York In 1826 he was elected district attorney for Monroe County, New York, and in 1827 was elected representative to congress. After traveling for some time abroad, he settled in Albany, New York, and served in the state legislature. He was again in congress from 1839 to 1845, when he was chairman of the judiciary committee. From 1850 to 1853 he was United States minister to Prussia. He was the author of numerous reviews and speeches.
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