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HOAEr-HOBAItT.

has published : " Life of Edward Eobinson, D.D. " (1863) ; "A Com- plete Analysis of the Bible" (1869) ; in connection with Dr. -Schaff^

  • ' Hymns and Songs of Praise "

(1874] } " Hymns and Songs for Social and Sabbath Worship" (1875); and "Socialism" (1878). He is a member of the New York Historical Society and of the American Geographical Society, and has been a trustee of Amherst since 1869.

HOAR, Ebbnbzeb Eockwood, LL.B., born at Concord, Massachu- setts, Feb. 24, 1816. A.B. (Harvard), 1835. He was admitted to the bar in 1840, and practised in Middlesex and the neighbouring coimties. He was appointed a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in 1849, but resigned in 1855, and returned to the practice of his profession, in Boston. In 1859 he was appointed a justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, and held that office for ten years, when he resigned to become U.S. Attorney-General. In 1870 he was nominated by the President as one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, but his nomination was not confirmed. He was a member of the High Commission which nego- tiated the Treaty of Washington in 1871. In 1872 he was elected a Bepresentative in Congress, and in 1874 was an unsuccessful candidate for the United States Senate.

HOAR, Gbobob Fbibbik, brother of Br. Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, was born at Concord, Massachusetts, Aug. 29, 1826. A.B. (Harvard), 184^. He was admitted to the bar In 1849, and began practice at Worcester, where he still resides. He was a member of the State House of Representatives in 1852, and of the State Senate in 1857. In 1868 he was elected a Member of Congress, and was re-elected three times, declining the nomination for a fifth time. From 1874 to 1880 he was an Overseer of Harvard ; was a delegate to the Republican

National Convention of 1876, and President of that of 1880. He was elected a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, his term expiring March 4, 1883.

HOBART, The Hon. Auausrus Chablbs, generally known as Ho- BABT Pasha, Marshal of the Turkish Empire, is the third son of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, by his first wife Mary, eldest daughter of John Williams, Esq., King's Ser-

J'eant, and sister of the Right Hon. Sdward Yaughan Williams, the eminent Judge. He was born April 1, 1822. In 1836 he joined the Royal Navy, sind was distinguished wMle a midshipman for his zeal in command of men-of-war's boats employed in the suppression of the slave trade in Brazilian waters. In reward for these services he was, in 1845, appointed to the Queen's yacht, where he served two years. During the Crimean war he was in command of H.M.S. Driver in the Baltic, and was highly commended in official dispatches for his gallant conduct during the capture of Bomarsund and the attack on Abo. Having retired from active service on half-pay, he found employment during the American Civil War, from 1861 to 1865, in commanding a swift blockade-runner, the Don, along the coast of North Carolina, and keeping up maritime communi- cations with the Southern States, in spite of the Federal blockading squadron. He published a narra- tive of these experiences, under the name of "Captain Roberts." In 1862 he became a post-captain, and in 1868 was api>ointed by the Turkish Gt)vemment to a high command in the Ottoman navy. In 1867 he was sent, in command of the Turkish fleet,to Crete,with unlimited powers, and orders to stop the proceedings c^ the Greek blockade-runners. JFor this service, and for his conduct in a delicate negotiation off Syri^ in the cause of general peace, he received high class decorations and honours from the Austrian, French, and