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Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. I o HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY Mi HSO 1915 •HARLES ELLIOTT PERKINS *i MORl AU COLLECTION THE SOUTHERN HISTORY CO. L P\GE Lauineier, Herman H i Leathe, Samuel H lo Lee, Alfred 13 Lee, John 15 Lilly, Major J 66 Lisch, Henry C 81 Litteral, Jacob 83 Loan, Benjamin F . Locke, Benjamin L 100 Lo^an, John S 104 Luclington, Francis H 133 Luscher, Louis W 135 Luscombe, Thomas T 136 Lyon, Andrew R 145 M Marley, Albert S 198 Martin, Edward L 207 Mason, Anthony L 212 M'assey, Benjamin U 220 Matthews, William 225 Mau^hs, George M. We may gather out of history a policy no less wise than eternal. -^'^'yed, .- :ri''j'OK^ dutie.-^ aii.l ^'d\c freely of hi-, and wiio \c'^ lub a'torntv . of tlie (nrman Orplians' Home m which he wa^ a i'ri;_;-an*. Liaumeier, Herman Henry, mer- chant, was born March 28, 1827, in Germany, and died in St. Lanssaty Pierre Clement de, who exercised the prerogatives of Governor of the Province of Louisiana at the time of the transfer of the territory to the United States, was a native of France and received his ap- pointment from Bonaparte, then acting as first consul. IV— 1 bearing a commission as colonial prefect and empowered to act as civil and military com- mandant, March 26, 1803, and at once set about making necessary preparations for the transfer of the territory to the United States in accordance with the terms of the purchase, December 20, 1803, he formally surrendered Lower Louisiana to Governor Claiborne and General Wilkinson, representatives of the United States government, and nothing is known of his subsequent career.
Brown, of Richmond, for the position of State audi- tor, and presented his name to the conven- tion.
He is a member of the Masonic fra- ternity, and has attained to the commandery degrees.
Law was driven from France and his estates were confiscated.
After his reverses he lived in England some years and then went to Italy, where he died. — An organization composed of prominent citizens of St.