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KIDERLEN, William Ludwig Joseph, author, born in Uhn, WiirteInberg, Germany, in 1813; died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 22 July, 1877. He was educated at the gymnasium in Ulm, and came to this country in 1836. He served in the state department in Washington, was United States consul to Stuttgart, and subsequently to Zurich, and from 1860 till 1871 was consul of Wurtemberg at Philadelphia, where he resided until his death. He was the editor of several German newspapers in this country, including the Philadelphia "Stadt-post" and the Cincinnati "Republikaner," and published " Deutsche Grammatik" (Philadelphia, 1837); "Geographie und Geschichte der Vereinigten Staaten" (1838); and "Advice to Emigrants."
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