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INDIAN WARS AND PIONEERS OF TEXAS.
education; studied law under the celebrated practitioner,
Edward Crossland; and in 1858 was admitted
to the bar at Mayfield, Ky., when nineteen years
He continued professional work until the beginning
of the war between the States, and then
enlisted in the Confederate army as a soldier in
Company C., First Regiment of Kentucky Infantry,
commanded by Col. Blanton Duncan, and was with
Stonewall Jackson and, later, with Longstreet in
Virginia, until the disbandment of his regiment,
when he returned to his home in Kentucky and
resumed the practice of law.
In 1869 he went to New Orleans and formed a
law partnership with Mr. Kerr, the firm name being
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