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CHASE, Dudley, statesman and jurist, born in Cornish, New Hampshire, 30 December, 1771 ; died in Randolph, Vermont, 23 February, 1846. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1791, and admitted to the bar in 1793. He was attorney for Orange county from 1803 till 1811, and a member of the constitutional conventions of 1814 and 1822. From 1805 till 1812 he was a member of the legislature, and speaker of the house from 1808 till 1812. He was United States senator from 1813 till 1817, and again from 1825 till 1831. From 1817 till 1821 he was chief justice of the Vermont Supreme Court. In 1831 he retired and devoted himself to farming, of which he was very fond.
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