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HUBBARD, Henry, senator, born in Charleston, New Hampshire, 3 May, 1784; died there, 5 June, 1857. He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1803, studied law under Jeremiah Mason, was admitted to the bar, and began practice in Charleston, New Hampshire He was in the legislature from 1812 till 1827, serving as speaker during the last three years, was state solicitor for Cheshire county, New Hampshire, in 1823-'8, and judge of probate from 1827-'9. He took his seat in congress in 1829, having been chosen as a Democrat, and served till 1835. In May, 1834, he was speaker, pro tempore, of the house. He was United States senator from 1835 till 1841, when he became governor of New Hampshire, and in 1846-'9 was United States sub-treasurer at Boston.
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