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1832 – Edward Wilmot Blyden was born on the 3rd of August in Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Liberian-US (West Indies-born) author, diplomat, and educator. 1862-1864 – He was the Liberian Secretary of State. 1862-1871 – He served as professor of classics. 1880-1882 – Served as Minister of the Interior. 1880-1884 – President of Liberia ..

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1947 – Moses Zeh Blah was born on the 18th of April in Toweh Town, Liberia. 1990 – He trained with Taylor in a Libyan guerrilla camp and served with him as a general during Liberia’s civil war. 1997 – He held the post of ambassador to Libya and Tunisia after Taylor was elected. 2000-2003 ..

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1506 – He was born in Milan on the 2nd of February. 1536 – As a doctor of law, he was admitted to the Collegio d’avvocati of Milan. 1539 – He was Maestro delle Richieste of the Parliament of Turin. 1518 – He married Valentina Balbiano, with whom he had two children, but after her ..

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1810 – Born on the 10th of January in Stony Creek, Pennsylvania. American cabinet officer and attorney general during President James Buchanan’s administration who counseled a firm stand by the federal government against secession. 1827 – He was apprenticed to a lawyer. 1830 – Primarily self-educated, Black served his legal apprenticeship in the offices of ..

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1939 – Birth of Robert Blackwill. An American diplomat and political scientist. 1967 – He joined the U.S. Foreign Service. 1989 – Served as Special Assistant to President George Bush for European and Soviet Affairs. 1990 – Awarded the Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit by the Federal Republic of Germany.          – ..

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1470 – Born on the 4th of August in Bibbiena Italy. Italian Catholic clergyman, diplomat, poet, and translator.        – He received a substantial literary training, and became a preceptor and boon companion of Giovanni dei Medici, the future Pope Leo X. 1494 – In November, when the Medici were banished, he supported them.        ..

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1804 – Benjamin Alden Bidlack was born on the 8th of September in Paris, New York.          – He graduated from the Wilkes-Barre Academy, studied law. 1825 – He admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Wilkes-Barre.          – Elected district attorney of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. 1830 – He moved to Milford, ..

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1817 – Born on November 25th in Bristol, New York. American author, journalist, and diplomat who was the discoverer and first editor of Benjamin Franklin’s long-lost Autobiography. As U.S. consul in Paris during the American Civil War, he also prevented the delivery of warships constructed in France for the Confederacy. 1838 – Graduated at Union ..

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1895 – Born on the 27th of January. American lawyer and politician. 1916 – Admitted to the bar, he served in World War I and was a member of the American delegation to the Paris Peace Conference. 1927 – Berle returned to practice law in New York City and later became professor of corporate law ..

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