Alexander Hill Everett
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Who is Alexander Hill Everett?
Alexander Hill Everett was a noted American diplomatist, politician, and Boston man of letters. His brother was Edward Everett.
- born on (225 years ago) in Boston
- education: Harvard University
- died on (168 years ago)
- written works: "British opinions on the protecting system", "A defence of the character and principles of Mr. Jefferson", "Prose pieces and correspondence", "The conduct of the administration", "Remarks on the Governor's speech", "Strictures on nullification", "New ideas on population", "A few notes on certain passages respecting the law of nations"
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by T.J. Carty
Matthew Carey Frederick Adolphus Packard David Rittenhouse Pelatiah Webster A CITIZEN OF SOUTH CAROLINA William Smith A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES Tench Coxe Alexander Hill Everett Benjamin Lundy James McBride ...
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Alexander Hill Everett (Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, 1825—1829) Cornelius P. Van Ness ( Envoy ...
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