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Josiah Phillips Quincy, American lawyer.

Background

Quincy, Josiah Phillips was born on November 28, 1829 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Josiah and Mary Jane (Miller) Quincy.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1850, A.M., 1853.

Career

Rather of Josiah Q. Admitted to bar, 1854. Engaged in real estate business at Boston. Removed to Quincy, 1859, where he conducted a large milk farm for many years.

Later resident at Boston. Author: Lyteria (poem), 1854. Charicles (poem), 1856.

Tax-Exemption no Excuse for Spoliation, 1874. Protection of Majorities, 1876. The Peckster Professorship, 1888.

Double Taxation in Massachusetts, 1889. The Unearned Increment, 1890.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Lyteria (poem), 1854. Charicles (poem), 1856. Tax-Exemption no Excuse for Spoliation, 1874.

      Protection of Majorities, 1876. The Peckster Professorship, 1888. Double Taxation in Massachusetts, 1889.

      The Unearned Increment, 1890.

Connections

Married Helen F. Huntington, December 23, 1858.

father:
Josiah Quincy

mother:
Mary Jane (Miller) Quincy

spouse:
Helen F. Huntington