Levi Lincoln

 

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Lincoln, LEVI, statesman; born in Hingham, Massachusetts, May 15, 1749; graduated at Harvard in 1772; member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1796 and a State Senator in 1797. In 1800 he was elected to Congress and served until February 6, 1801, when he was appointed Attorney-General of the United States, and for a short period was acting Secretary of State. He died in Worcester, Massachusetts, April 14, 1820.

 

 

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