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John Torrey Morse, Jr. (1840–1937)

Morse, John Torrey. An American writer of biography; born in Boston, Jan. 9, 1840, and resided in that city as a lawyer; died in 1937. He was editor of the ‘American Statesmen Series,’ and published biographies of Alexander Hamilton (2 vols., his strongest work), John and J. Q. Adams, Jefferson, Lincoln, Franklin, and Dr. Holmes; also ‘Banks and Banking’; ‘Arbitration and Award’; and ‘Famous Trials.’