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Carrigain, Philip, 1772-1842

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1772 - 1842

Philip Carrigan graduated from Dartmouth College in 1794, after which he studied law and practiced in Concord, NH. Carrigain served as Secretary of State in the New Hampshire Legislature from 1805-1809 and later as Clerk of the New Hampshire State Senate from 1821-1823. In 1806, he became one of the founders of a newspaper in Concord called the American Patriot, an early forerunner to the New Hampshire Patriot.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Henry H. Sylvester letter

Mss 820208.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 820208.1
Overview In English.

Jonathan Callender letter

Webster Mss 805306
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 805306
Overview In English.

Philip Carrigain letter

Mss 813474.4
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 813474.4
Scope and Contents Three-page letter for Philip Carrigain of Rye, New Hampshire to Ezekiel Webster in Boscawen, New Hampshire, asking Webster to have a case continued until he, Carrigain, returns. "Anxienty attends every one on the event of the contest on the Lakes." Mentions Chauncy and Yeo.