Garland, Augustus H. (1832–1899)
GARLAND, AUGUSTUS H. (1832–1899)
Augustus Hill Garland, a whig lawyer, opposed secession in 1861 but represented Arkansas in the Confederate Congress throughout the civil war. He won readmission to the federal bar in Ex parte Garland (1867), one of the test oath cases; but the same year the United States Senate, to which he had been elected, denied him his seat. He served as governor of Arkansas (1874–1876) and United States senator (1877–1885) before becoming President grover cleveland's attorney general (1885–1889). He was later a prominent lawyer practicing in Washington, D.C. He was co-author of a treatise on federal court jurisdiction.
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