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Erastus Worthingon '53 L.

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Charles Horatio Gates of the class of 1835 died Sunday at his home, 15 Louisburg Square, Boston.

Charles H. Gates was born at Montreal in 1816. He prepared for college at the famous Round Hill School, and entering Harvard, graduated with the class of 1835. He was engaged in banking for many years in New York, Boston, Quebec and Hamilton, Ont. Returning from abroad in 1869, he became instructor of modern languages at Brown University. For the last twelve years he has lived in Boston, devoting himself to writing and teaching.

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