William graduated from Dartmouth College in 1808; read law in the law school of Judge Reeves and Gould, at Litchfield, Connecticut. Was admitted to the Bar in Boston, in 1811, and first settled in his profession at Salem, Massachusetts, in 1813. He removed to Newmarket, New Hampshire, in 1815, and followed his profession there until his death. He was assistant clerk of the New Hampshire Senate in 1823.
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