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HOWE, John Badlam, author, born in Boston, Massachusetts, 3 March, 1813; died in Lima, Indiana, 22 January, 1882. He was graduated at Trinity in 1832, and, removing to Indiana, was a member of the legislature in 1840, and of the State constitutional convention in 1850. He published "Political Economy" (Boston, 1878); "Monetary and Industrial Fallacies" (1879); "Common Sense of Money" (1881); and "Reply to Criticisms" (1882).--His brother, William Bell White, P. E. bishop, born in Clairmont, New Hampshire, 21 March, 1823, was graduated at the University of Vermont in 1844, ordained deacon in the Protestant Episcopal church in 1847, and priest in June, 1849. He was in charge successively of St. John's church, Berkeley, South Carolina, and St. Philip's, Charleston. and in October, 1871, was consecrated assistant bishop of South Carolina, becoming the sixth bishop of the diocese in December of the same year. The University of the South, at Sewanee, Tennessee, gave him the degree of D. D. in 1871, and he received the same from Columbia in 1872. He has published sermons and addresses.
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