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Henry Washington Hilliard (1808–1892)

Hilliard, Henry Washington. An American soldier, diplomat, and lawyer; born at Fayetteville, NC, Aug. 4, 1808; died at Atlanta, GA, Dec. 17, 1892. He was brigadier-general in the Confederate army, charge d’affaires in Belgium, and minister to Brazil. He wrote: ‘De Vane, a Story of Plebeians and Patricians’ (2d ed. 1886); ‘Politics and Pen Pictures’ (1892); and a volume of ‘Speeches and Addresses.’