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Henry Winter Davis (1817–1865)

Davis, Henry Winter. An American statesman and orator; born in Annapolis, MD, Aug. 16, 1817; died in Baltimore, MD, Dec. 30, 1865. He was Member of Congress for three terms (1856–65), and took a leading part in advocating emancipation and loyalty to the Union. His published works are: ‘The War of Ormuzd and Ahriman in the Nineteenth Century’ (1853); ‘Speeches and Addresses in Congress’ (1867).