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KAULBACH, Henry Adolphus Newman, Canadian senator, born in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in 1830. He was educated at the grammar school of his native town, studied law, and was admitted to the bar of Nova Scotia in 1855. He afterward was graduated at the Harvard law school in 1857.lie was appointed queen's counsel in 1873, represented Lunenburg in the provincial legislature from 1863-'7, was defeated in 1867, and was called to the senate in March, 1872. He is a large land-proprietor and ship-owner.--His brother, Charles Edwin, Canadian member of parliament, born in Lunenburg, 13 July, 1834, was educated in his native place, he was elected a member of the Dominion parliament in 1878 and re-elected in 1882, but, his seat having been declared vacant and a new election ordered, he was again chosen in October. 1883. He was sheriff for several years.
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