majority in 1S84 was 976.
3d District. (3d and 10th wards of Brooklvn.)
PETER K. McCANN (Dem. ), of Brooklvn (390* De
Graw street). Mr. McC. was born in Ireland, April
II, 1853; educated in National schools of Ireland,
and Public Schools and Christian Brothers' Schools
in New York; he came to America when eight vears
of age and left school at the age of 13. He roided
in New York until 1872, when he removed to Brook-
lyn. Until 1871 he was in the employ of A. T. Stew-
art & Co., dry goods. He then became connected
with the New York Sunday Democrat, and since
then has been constantly employed In an editorial or
reportorial capacity. For three years he was
the Albany correspondent of the New York Star.
In 1879 he was the Greenback-Labor candi-
date for Secretary of State, receiving 21,000 votes,
and running over 1,000 ahead of the candidate for
Governor. He was a member of the last House,
serving on the Committees on Cities and Militia; and
was re-elected by a plurality of 913, his opponems be-
ing Henry E. Townsend (Rep.), and Lewis (Pro.)
His plurality in 1884 was 1,093, the largest ever given
iu the district.
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4th District. (5th and 11th wards of Brooklvn.
HENRY F. HAGGERTY (Dem.), of Brooklvn (184
Navv strpetl. Mr. H. was born in Brooklyn, October
4," 1857, and educated at St. Patrick's Academy,
Brooklyn. After leaving school, he worked in a law
office for several years and is now a cooper. He was
a member of the last Assembly, serving on the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Navigation and Privileges
and Elections, and was re-elected by a majority of
2.304 over John T. O'Grady (Rep.) His plurality in
1884 was 2,224.
5th District. (12 ward of Brooklyn.) JAMES
McAl AHON (Dem.), of Brooklyn (204 Richard street).
Mr. M. was born in Brooklyn, December 12, 1852. of
Irish ancestry, being a lineal descendant of the
celebrated Marshal McMahon of France. He was
educated in public schools and at Professor McClos-
key's school at Ked Hook Point, and St. Peters' Ac-
ademy, Jersey City. N. J. He was formerly a boiler
maker and ship caulker and is now a tinsmith. He
has been the unsuccessful candidate for Alderman.
Assembly, etc. He was elected to the Assembly by
a plurality of 749. bis opponents being Harvey Toni-
linson (Rep.). James Donovan (Dem. 1 ). James Rvan
(Workingman) and Janes McCauley (Medical candi-
date). The Democratic majority in 1884 was 669.
Mr. M\s plurality was the largest ever given in the
Evening Journal Almanac, 1886.
6th District. (14th and 13th wards of Brooklyn.)
THOMAS F. FAJtRBLL(Dem.>, of Brooklyn, B. I>.
(358 North 2d street). Mr. F. was bora in New
York city, March 19, 1853; educated at St, Francis
Xavier College; is a law student ; was a candidate
for Supervisor of the loth ward in 1873, but was de-
feated by John II. Snyder (Rep.) ; was Administra-
tion Clerk in Surrogate's Court under A. 11. Dailey,
and Clerk in Finance Department under Comptrollers
Sender and Brinkerhotl". lie was a member of the
Assembly in 1884, serving on the Committees on State
Charitable Institutions, Engrossed hills and Expen-
ditures of the Execu: ive Department ; in 1885, serving
on Engrossed Bills and Expenditures of the Execu-
tive Department; and was re-elected to the present
House bv a majority of 2.605 over A. A. Bonner
(.Rep. ) His plurality in 13S4 was 2,S76, which was the
largest ever given in the district. In 1SS3 his plur-
ality was '2,376.
7th District. (16th ward of Brooklyn.) GEORGE
H. LINDSAY (Dem.), of Willianisburgh (246 Old
Bosbwlck avenue). Mr. L. was b-.rn in New York
city January 6. 1836 ; educated at Public School No.
!8 hi Brooklyn; is a hotel keeper ; was a member of
the old Volunteer Fire Department of Brooklyn, rive
vears; was five vears in the Brooklyn City "\\ orks
Department and five vears in the New York Custom
House. He' was president of the 16th ward Demo-
cratic Association for several years, and a member of
the Democratic General Committee lor the past seven
vears ; several vears ago he acted with the Republi-
cans, lie was a member of Assembly in 1882, serv-
ing on the Committees on Internal Affairs and Ex-
penditures of the House; in 1S83, serving on the
Committees on Internal Affairs, Public Lands and
Grievances; in 1884, serving <>n Federal Relations,
State Prisons and Trade and Manufactures; in 1835,
serving on Commerce and Navigation, and State
Charitable Institutions: and was elected to the pres-
ent House bv a majority of 1,357 over Edward W.
Stellges < Rep.) Mr. L. was greatly interested in the
abolition of convict labor in State Prisons, the pre-
vention of the manufacture of hats in State Pri-
sons, and the amending of the excise laws, and voted
for and assisted the passage of those measures. His
pluralitv in 1884 was 740 and his majority in 1863 was
561, in 13^2, 1,159, and in 1881, 631.
RTH DisnilCT. (17th and 18th wards of Brooklvn.)
ROBERT EMMET CONNELLY (Dem.), of Brook-
lyn (179 Klin street). Mr. C. was born at Water-
town. Jefferson county, N. Y., December 12, 1859;
educated at St. John's College, Brooklyn, carrying
off the highest honors when graduating ; studied law
in the offiVe of Burrill, Davison & Burrili, N. Y. city,
and at Columbia College Law School ; is now a prac-
ticing lawyer, and has a large clientage. He is a
fluent orator and has made speeches for the Dem-
ocracy for the last six years, "stum ping" New York,
New Jersey and Connecticut for Hancock in 1880,
He was a candidate for member of Assembly in 1882,
against David Lindsay. Lindsay was declared to be
elected by one majority, the official count giving
Lin Isay 3.920 votes and Connelly 3.919. Mr. C. con-
tested the election, but without success. He was
elected to the Assembly of 1835 by a pluralitv of
1,095, an 1 Berved on the Committees on Two-thirds
and Three-fifths Bills, Joint Library and the Special
Committee on Codes and Revision of the Statutes;
and was re-elected by a plurality of 731, his oppo-
nents being George II. Nason (Rep. ) and Charles F.
9tfi DISTRICT. (13th, 19th and 20th wards of Brook-
lvn. I JAMES A. BROWN (Rep.) of Brooklvn (295
South Fifth street ) Mr. B. was born In New York
city. November 9, 1342: educated in the public schools
of New York ; was formerly a stationer, and is now
I in real estate. He was Assistant Postmaster
of Brooklyn, \88t-*!8 i; was appointed. Commissioner
of Arrears of Brooklvn, by the Legislature of 1881 ;
and was elected to thf Assembly by a plurality of
2,730. bis opponents being William W. Garry (Dem.)
and Conlsen Hheppard (Pro.) The Republican plu-
rality in lfwt- was 4,475.
10th District. (8th, 9th and 22d wards of Brook-
lyn.) JOHN B. LONGLEY (Dem.), of Brooklyn.
Mr. L. was born in Providence, R. I.. June 23, 1830 ;
was educated at Hudson. N.Y., academy, graduating
In 1848 ; was a clerk in a dry goods storerf'or two years
previous to entering the academy ; and is now a law-
yer, his admission to the bar dating February 7, 1853.
He edited the Democratic Freeman, a newspaper of
free S'>il, free speech, etc., proclivities, at Hudson.
1854-*55. After a residence of 37 years in Hudson he
removed to Brooklyn in 1881. He has actively par-
ticipated in politics, as speaker and otherwise, in
every campaign since that of Pierce and Scott of 1852;
be was Police Justice of Hudson. 1863-*66 ; Recorder,
1875-76; and District Attorney, 1868-70 and 1878-80.
He was elected to the Assembly by a plurality of
1,808, his opponents being James Taylor (Rep.), who
was elected to the last Assembly by a plurality of 58,
Mr. Longlev being one of the defeated candidates.
William Patterson (Pro.) and Ralph Rubb (Gr.)
Mr. Ta> lor represented this district for the last three
11th District. (7th, 21st, 23d and 24th wards of
Brooklyn.) HENRY DE WITT HOTCHKISS
(Dem.), of Brooklyn (55 Cambridge Place.) Mr. H.
was born in Albany, N. Y.. July 2, 1854. He was edu-
cated in private schools, Homer Academy, 1868, '69,
and Greylock Institute, Williamstown, Mass.. 1869,
'70 ; and is a lawyer. He was formerly a Republican,
and was elected to the Assembly by a pluralitv of 339,
his opponents being James R. Allabep (Rep.), and
Win. Montignani (Pro.) The Republican majority
in 1884 was 2,324. This district is usually about 2,800
Republican, and Mr. H. overcame this majority in
a four days' canvass.
12th District. (25th ward of Brooklyn, and towns
of New Lots, Flatlands, Flathush, Gravesend and
New Utrecht.) RICHARD VAN BRUNT NEW-
TON (Dem.), of Coney Island. Mr. N. was born in
Brooklyn, March 4. 1861 : educated in public schools
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 of Brooklyn, and is a lawyer. He
was a member of the Democratic General Com-
mittee, 1883-'85 ; was elected Justice of the Peace of
the town of Gravesend in spring of 1884; and was
elected to the Assembly by a majority of 305 over
William Watson (Rep.) The Democratic plurality
in 1884 was 895.
Population, in 1865, 27,840; in 1875, 29,236.
RUTSON REA (Rep.), of Lowville. Mr. R. was
born in Dutchess county, N. Y.. March 17, 1816 : re-
ceived a common school education, and is a farmer
and produce dealer, having been engaged in the lat-
ter business since 1853. He was Supervisor of Low-
ville, 1864, '65 ; and Assessor for several years. Pre-
viously, he hail for several years been l resident of
the Black River Bank, and Railtoad Commissioner
for the town of Lowville. He was elected to the
Assembly by a plurality of 787, his opponents being
James P. Lewis (Dem.) and Judson 0. Perkins
(Pro.) The Democratic majority in 1884 was 119.
Population, in 18G5, 37,55a ; in 1875, 38.564.
WILLIAM Y. ROBINSON (Rep.), of Nunda. Mr.
R. was born at West Sparta, Livingston county, De-
cember It, 1*43; educated in the common schools
and at Nunda Academy ; Is a merchant; has always
been a Republican ; was Supervisor of Nunda, 1879-
'81 ; and was elected to the Assembly by a plurality
of 1, 164. his opponents being Zara W. Joslyn (Dem. )
and Joseph L. Davies (Pro.) This district 1ms been
represented for the last five vears by Hon. Kidder
M. Scott, whose plurality in 1884 was 1,209.
Population, in 1863, 40.718; in 1875, 42.490.
WILLIAM S. LEETE ( Rep. ). of Oneida. Mr. L.
was born at Vernon, Oneida county. N. Y., January
29. 1845. He is a descendant of William Leete, who
came to America in Rev. Mr. Whitefleld's company
Evening Journal Almanac, 1886.
in 1639, and was Governor of the Connecticut Col-
ony from 1676 to his death in 1683, having served as
Magistrate, Deputy Governor and Governor. He
was educated at Vernon Academy, and is a manu-
facturer ot steam engines, and director of the Oueida
Valley National Bank. He enlisted in August, 1862,
at the age of seventeen, under President Lincoln's
first call for 300,000 men, in Co. A, 117th Regiment,
N. Y. Vols., and served umler Gen. Gilmore in his
operations hefore Charleston, S. C, including the
siege of Fort Warner. When Grant took command
of the army, in the spring of 1864, he was attached to
the army of the James, under Gen. Butler, and was in
continuous service in the campaign before Richmond
•and siege of Petersburg during that year. He was in
the first expedition against Fort Fisher, under Gen.
Butler, and the final and successful expedition under
Gen. Terry, by which the last Confederate fort was
silenced, and was discharged in June, 1865, at the
close of the war. He has always been a Republican,
but has never before held apolitical office. He was
elected to the Assembly by a plurality of 2,144, his
opponents being Sumner Gill (Dem. ) and John
Crawford (Pro. ) The Republican plurality in 1884
Population, in 1865, 104,235 ; in 1875, 134,534.
1st District. (Towns of Brighton, Henrietta,
Irondequoit, Mendon, Penfield, Perinton, Pittsford,
Rush and Webster.) FRANK GARDNER (Rep.),
of Honeoye Falls. Mr. G. was born at Stephen-
town, Rensselaer county, New York, July 3ft, 1S37,
and educated at common schools, Genesee Wesleyan
Seminary and the State Normal School at Albany,
graduating from the latter in 1858. He was formerly
a teacher, and is now a farmer. He was a member of
the Monroe county Republican Central Committee
for seven years ; being Chairman in 1882, '83, and dele-
gate to two Republican State Conventions. He has
alwavs been a Republican, and was elected to the As-
sembly by a plurality of 1,071. his opponents being
Isaac Sutherland (Dem.) and Harvey E. Light (Pro.)
The Republican plurality in 1884 was 1,012.
2d District. (Rochester city.) CHARLES R.
PRATT (Rep. ), of Rochester. Mr. P. was born in
Kingston, Ulster county, March 5, 1835, and is a con-
tractor and builder. He has always been a Republi-
can ; was a member of Assembly in 1884, serving on
the Committees on Canals, Public Lands and Indian
Affairs ; and was elected to the present House by a
plurality of 1,531, his opponents being .lames Malley
(Dem. and Labor) and Walton J. Osborne (Ind.)
The Democratic plurality in 1884 was 1,623.
3d District. (Towns of Clarkson, Chili, Gates,
Greece, Hamlin, Ogden, Parma, Riga, Sweden and
Wheatland.) GEORGE W. SIME (Rep.;, of
Brockport. Mr. S. was born in Scotland, April 1,
1844, removed to the town of Sweden, Monroe
county, in 1851, and has since resided there. He was
educated at the common schools of Sweden, and at
Brockport Collegiate Institute; was formerly a
school teacher, and is now a farmer. He has always
bf»en a Republican ; was School Commissioner, 1870-
'75, and Supervisor of Sweden, 1882-84. He was
elected to the Assembly by a plurality of 237. his op-
ponents being Wm. S. Church (Dem.) and M. C.
Burritt (Pro. ) The Republican plurality in 1884 was
1,465. An unusual and special eftort was made by
the Democrats to capture this district.
Population, in 1865, 31,447 ; in 1875, 35, 200.
THOMAS LIDDLE (Rep.), of Amsterdam. Mr.
L. was borai in Duanesburgh, Schenectady county,
N. Y., January 28, 183^», of Scotch and Irish ancestry,
and educated in common schools, and one term at
Esperance Academv. From 1867 to 1869 he resided
in Amsterdam, being a clerk and proprietor of a dry
goods store. In 1869, he purchased a farm in Water-
vllet, and moved upon it, continuing farming until
1880, when he returned and purchased the coal busi-
ness of McCowatt & Nelson, which he still carries
on. In 1883, he purchased the Pioneer mill, and
manufactures woolen goods. Mr. L. Is also a mem-
ber of the firm of Liddle & Stover, clothing mer-
chants, at Amsterdam. He has always been a Re-
publican ; was member of Assembly trom the fourth
district of Albany county in 1880, obtaining his seat
after a contest; was a member of the last House,
serving as Chairman of the Committee on Expendi-
tures of the Executive Department, and member of
Claims and Engrossed Rills; and was re-elected by a
pluraiitv of 335, his opponents bfdng Patrick H-
Cumrr.ings (Dem. and Labor) and O. J. Van Deusen
(Pro.) In the last House he secured the passage of
the bill incorporating the city of Amsterdam.
New York County.
Population, in 18C5, 726, 3S6 ; in 1875, 1,046,037.
1st District. (Bounded by North and East rivers,
and within Peck slip. Ferry street, Gold street,
Spruce street. Park Row, Broadway and Canal street,
and including Governor's, Bedloe's and Ellis' islands.)
DANIEL E. FINN (Co. and Irving Hall Dem.), of
New York city (142 Franklin street). Mr. F. was
born in Ireland, July 11, 1845; educated at the public
schools of New York city, and is a clerk. During
the war he served a portion of the time in the 22d
regiment, N. Y. Vols. He was a member of the last
House, serving on the Committees on Federal Rela-
tions and Charitable and Religious Societies; and
was re-elected by a plurality of 1,627, his opponents
being George Blair (Tarn. Dem. and Labor), and
George Sperling (Ind.) His plurality in 1884 was
2d District. (Within Canal street, Broadway,
Park ,'row, Spruce street. Gold street, Ferry street.
Peck slip, East river, Catharine street and Bowery.)
THOMAS MAIIER (Tarn. Dem.), of New York city
(52 Centre street). Mr. M. was born in Ireland,
March 10, 1848; educated in public schools; and is a
liquor merchant. He was Inspector of the Street
Cleaning Department in 1872 ; was a member of As-
sembly in 1882, '83, serving on the Committees on
Public Health, Trade and Manufactures, Public
Lands, Railroads and Expenditures of the House ;
and was elected to fie present House by a plurality
of 3s9, his opponents being James Oliver (Co. Dem.),
who was elected to the last House without organized
opposition, and Patrick Sheehan (Ind.) Mr. Maher
was the defeated candidate in 1S81 and '83.
3d District. (Within Canal 6treet, Broadway,
23d street, Third avenue and Bowery.) JAMES
EDWARD POWER (Co. Dem.), of New York city.
Mr. P. was born in New York city, May 15, 1850.
He is descended from one of the best families of Ire-
land. Five of his relatives have been members of
Parliament, one of them being a Nationalist member
at the present time; many of the family have at-
tained prominence in holy orders. Jas. E. Powers
was educated in Grammar School No. 5, New York
citv, and Cooper Union, completing his education in
1863. He was formerly a pattern maker and
draughtsman, being very expert, but relinquished
that business to preserve the fortune of his deceased
brother for the benelit of the heirs. He is now en-
gaged in the hotel business, and is warmly interested
in promoting the welfare of the public school system.
He was a candidate for the Assembly in 1883, but
was defeated by eleven votes; and was elected to
the present House by a pluraiitv of 351, his oppo-
nents being John T. Baker (Rep.) and Charles
Eiseman (tam. and I. H. Dem.), who was elected
to the last House by a plurality of 141.
4th District. (Within Catharine street. Division,
Grand and Jackson streets and East river.) JERE-
MIAH HAYES (Tam. and Irving Hall Dem.), of
New York city (325 Madison street). Mr. H. was
born in New York city, October 17, 1848, and edu-
cated in the public schools. He was formerly in the
liquor business, but is not engaged in any business
at present. He has always been identified with
Tammany Hall ; was foreman of the Street Cleaning
Department five years, and Inspector of Excise two
years. He wa3 elected to the Assembly by a plu-
Evening Journal Almanac, 1886.
rality of 1,030, his opponents being John O'Connell
(O. Dem.) and Michael T. McCabe (Ind.) The
| Tammany Democratic majority in 1884 was 1,613.
5th District. (Within Canal street, Broadway,
Bleecker, Hancock [or College place]. West Houston
streets and North river.) MICHAEL BRENNAN
(Co. Dem. ), of New York city (18 Grand street). Mr.
B. was born in Ireland, September 26, 1849, and edu-
cated in the public schools, and by private tutors.
He was formerly a tinsmith, and is now a dealer in
wines and liquors. He was a member of the last
House, serving on the Committees on Federal Rela-
tions and Grievances; and was re-elected by a plu-
rality of 620, his opponents being James D. Ilawes
(Dem.), and Michael T. Sharkey (Tarn, and I. H.
Dem). His plurality in 1S84 was 1,S45.
6th District. (Within Division. Grand and Jack-
Bon streets. East river, Stanton, Clinton. Rivington,
and Norfolk streets) PHILIP KIERNAN (Dem.),
of New York city. Mr. K. was born in the thir-
teenth ward of New York in the year 1853, and was
educated in the public schools. He learned the
trade of printer, and formerly worked in the book
printing establishment of Davis & Fitzgerald.
Twelve years ago he was appointed Keeper of Lud-
low Street Jail, and later Deputy Warden and War-
den of the same institution. The latter position he
still holds. During his service in the jail he has had
charge of many noted criminals, among whom were
Tweed, Connolly, Fish, Ward and others. He was
elected to the Assembly in place of Wm. Hall, de-
ceased, at a sDecial election, by a majority of 1,025
over Wm. McEntee (Co. Dem.) Mr. Kiernan was
nominated by Independent Democrats, and indorsed
by Tammany and Irving Hall.
7th District. (Within Broadway, West Twenty-
third street, Sixth avenue. West Sixteenth street,
Eighth avenue, West Fourth Street, West Washing-
ton place. Sixth avenue. Carmine and Bleecker
streets.) LUCAS L. VAN ALLEN (Rep.), of New
York city (313 Broadway). Mr.;V. was born in Kin-
c'erhook, Columbia county, October 6,1841 ; educated
at Kinderhook Academy, graduating in 1862 ; is a
lawyer; was a member of Assembly in 1882, serving
on "the Committees on Insurance, Two-thirds and
Three-fifths Bills, and Expenditures of the House ;
in 1833. serving on the same committees ; in 1884,
serving as Chairman of Insurance, and member of
Federal Relations, Cities, and Privileges and Elec-
tions ; in 1835, serving as Chairman of Judiciary and
member of Railroads, Insurance, and Federal Rela-
tions ; and re-elected to the present House by a ma-
jority of 1,199. over John Cary (Dem.) His majority
in 1834 was 1.412, in 1883 it was 1,283, in 1882 it was
564, and in 1881, 489.
8tii District. (Within Bowery, Stanton. Clinton,
Rivington, Norfolk and Division streets.) CHARLES
SMITH (Rep. ), of New York city (29 Bowery). Mr.
S. was born in New York city, March 30, 1351. His
father was an Adjutant-General in the Hungarian
army under Gen. Kossuth. The younger Smith was
educated in the public sahools and at Washington
Hill Academy, near Bridgeport, Conn. He was for-
lllerly a manufacturer of bronzes, traveling all over
England, France, Germany and California, prosecut-
ing that business. Since his fifteenth year he has
supported his parents, brothers and sisters, his
father being disabled. He is now a cigar dealer. He
was a newsbov at Fairfax Court House, Va., with
the 2d Corps. U. S. A. While acting as such he did
service at the battle of Gettysburg, but was never
enlisted. He was a Member of Assembly In 1884,
serving on the Committees on Internal Affairs, Pub-
lic Health and State Charitable Institutions: in 1885.
serving on Canals, Public Printing, Charitable and
Religions Societies and Grievances; and was re-
elected by a majority of l.oyi, over Charles II.
Stromberjt (Dem.) Ills plurality in 1884 was 1,131,
and in 1883 it was 1,918.
9th District. fWithin West Houston. Harvard
[or College place]. Blocker anil Carmine streets, Mb
avenue. West Washington place. West 4tb Btreet.Sth
avenue, West 16th street and North river.) JOHN
D. NATJGLE (Tarn, and Co. Dem.). of New York
city (153 Charles street.) Mr. N. was born in Ber-
gen county, N. J., September 27, 1832. and was edu-
cated in New Jersey, but has resided in New York
city for the past 14 years. He is engaged in the sale
and exchange of horses, lie enlisted as a private
in the 22d N. J. Vols., and served nine months.
He was elected to the Assembly by a plurality of
149, his opponents being John P. Rockefeller (Rep.),
who was elected to the last House by a majority of
445, William II. Delaney (Ind.) and Joseph A."Bo-
10th District. (Within Bowery, 3d avenue, 8th
street [or St. Mark's place]. Avenue A, 7th street,
Avenue B, Clinton and Stanton streets.) CHARLES
A. BINDER (Rep.), of New York city (83 7th
street). Mr. B. was born in New York city, Novem-
ber 2, 1857 ; educated in Public Schools Nos. 20 and
40, Heidenfield's Private Academy and Columbia
College Law School, graduating from the latter in
1877. He was admitted to the bar in 1878, and has
since practiced the legal profession. He has always
been a Republican; was formerly President of the
Young Men's Republican Association in Kith Assem-
bly District, and is at present Secretary of the Reg-
ular Association; was a Member of Assembly in 1884.
serving on the Committees on Commerce and Naviga-
tion, Canals, and Two-thirds and Three-fifths Bills ;
and was elected to the present House by a plurality
of 292,his opponents being George F. Roesch (Co. and
I. H. Dem.), who was elected to the last Assembly
by a plurality of 658, Mr. B. being one of the de-
feated candidates, Charles Goeller (Tarn. Dem. ) and
Simon Steingut (Workingman.) Mr. B. is the
youngest man ever elected iu this district.
11th District. (Within East and West 23d streets,
Lexington avenue. East and West 40th streets, 7th
avenue, West 25th street and 6th avenue.) ROBERT
RAY HAMILTON (Rep.), of New York city (229
Broadway). Mr. H. was born in New York city,
March 18, 1S51 ; educated at Columbia Grammar
School, Columbia College and Columbia Law School,
and is a lawyer. He was a member of Assembly in