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Thurlow Weed (1797–1882)

Weed, Thurlow. An American journalist and politician; born at Cairo, NY, Nov. 15, 1797; died in New York City, Nov. 22, 1882. He founded the Agriculturist at Norwich, NY; the Evening Journal, Albany, NY (1830); and edited the Commercial Advertiser, New York City (1867–68). His books are: ‘Letters from Europe and the West Indies’ (1866); and an autobiography, edited by his daughter, and published in 1882. He wrote ‘Reminiscences’ for the Atlantic Monthly.