Public papers of David B. Hill, governor, 1887.

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HILL, DAVID BENNETT, a Senator from New York; born in Havana (now Montour Falls), Chemung (now Schuyler) County, N.Y., Aug ; attended the public schools; studied law; admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Elmira, N.Y.; city attorney the same year; member, State assemblyserving as speaker in ; mayor of Elmira.

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