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PARMELEE, Theodore Nelson, journalist, born in Connecticut in 1804; died in Branford, Connecticut, 3 July, 1874. He edited the "Middlesex County Gazette," Washington correspondent of the New York "Herald" during the Van Buren and Tyler administrations, and was on terms of intimate acquaintanceship with President Tyler and the chief public men of the time. He was editor for several years of the Buffalo "Commercial," and author of some of the biographies in the volume "Men of Progress" (1872), of a series of political reminiscences that were published in "Harper's Magazine," under the title "Recollections of an Old Stager," and of numerous fugitive articles.
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