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and a man in sympathy with everything healthy and manly in college life. After graduation he entered the Law School of Boston University and received the degree of LL. B. in 1879. He. was admitted to the bar and entered the law firm of which his father was the senior member. Becoming interested in politics he served as a member of both branches of the Cambridge city government and afterwards as mayor for four years. He was nominated for governor in 1888 and 1889, but was defeated. In 1890 he was elected by a large majority and re-elected in 1891 and 1892. His career as governor was able and creditable and his political victories were the greatest achievements of any young man in the history of the state. In the beginning of 1894 he resumed his law business and at the time of his death was gaining a high standing at the bar.

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