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A Place For Morse

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Washington, D. C, March 28.- AraoDg a large number of nominations presented to the senate by President Cleveland on Mondav, was that of Juclíre Allen H. iUorse, ol .Michigan, to te United States consul at Glasgow, Scotland. [Allen Jienton Morse, named as consul at Glasgow, was ljoru in Otisco, Ionia county Mieh., Jan. 7, 1839, and ccrapleted his eaucation at the agricultural college In 1859. He served through the war and tost an arm at Missian Kidge. Admitted to the bar in 1865, hepraoticed law for twenty years at Ionia and was a republican untü 1 7'J, when lie supported Horáce Greeley for president and has since heen a democrat He was a delégate to the convention wbich nominated Hancock for the presidency and for two terms was prosecuting attorney of Ionia counly In 18í5 he was elected a mcmber of the supreme benen, beating Judge C'oolcy 30,000, and last.fallran ior governor of Michigan on the democratie ticket, but was defeal


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