John Van Buren

John Van Buren (February 18, 1810 Hudson, Columbia County, New York - October 13, 1866) was an American lawyer and politician.

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    There is no end to the undeserved misery and mischief it could create.
    —Abigail Van Buren (b. 1918)

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    Spare their women for Thy Sake,
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