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HUBBARD, David, congressman, born in Virginia in 1806. He removed at an early age to Alabama, practised law, and became solicitor of his judicial district. He was a member of the state senate in 1830, and served in the legislature in 1831-'53. He was elected to congress as a state rights Democrat in 1838, served till 1841, was a presidential elector on the Polk and Dallas ticket in 1845, and was re-elected to congress in 1849, serving till 1851. He was a presidential elector on the Breckenridge ticket in 1860, a member of the 1st Confederate congress, and in 1861 was appointed by it commissioner of Indian affairs. After the close of the civil war he removed to Nashville, Tennessee, where he has since resided.
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