Timothy Farrar Edit Profile
Farrar graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, and from Dartmouth College in 1807. Farrar read law and clerked in the office of Daniel Webster. Farrar was admitted to the New Hampshire bar at Rockingham County, New Hampshire, in 1810.
Admitted to Rockingham County (N.H.) bar, 1810. Practiced law as partner of Daniel Webster, 1813-1816, practiced alone, 1816. Secretary, treasurer, librarian Dartmouth College, 1822-1824.
Judge N.H. Court of Common Pleas, 1824-1833. Engaged in financial business Exeter, N.H., 1836. Moved to Boston, 1844, practiced law, did literary and history work.
Represented Boston in Massachusetts General Court, 1854. Author: Report of the Case of the Trustees of Dartmouth College against William H. Woodward, 1819. Review of the Dred Scott Decision, 1857.
Manual of the Constitution of the United States, 1867.
Married Sarah Adams, 1817.