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JUDD, Garritt Parmlee, Hawaiian statesman, born in Paris, Oneida County, New York, 23 April, 1803; died in Honolulu, Hawaiian islands, 12 July, 1873. He studied medicine, and in 1828 went to Honolulu as a physician in the service of the American foreign mission. In 1840 he accompanied Commander Wilkes in his exploring expedition through the islands, and in 1842 he severed his connection with the mission and became recorder and interpreter to the government of Kamehameha III. When Lord George Paulet took possession of the islands in 1843, Dr. Judd was appointed one of the joint commission to represent the king, but soon resigned. When the sovereignty was restored to Kamehameha III., 31 July, 1843, Dr. Judd was invited by the king to organize a ministry, which he did, and this was the first Hawaiian cabinet. In the following year he took the portfolio of finanee, which he held till 1853. In 1849 he accompanied the princes Liholiho and Lot Kamehameha to Europe to make new treaties and to settle a difficulty with France. Dr. Judd established a good financial reputation for the Hawaiian government and many substantial improvements in the city of Honolulu.
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