John Cleveland's family were neighbors of the parents of Horace Greeley. After learning the printer's trade, he obtained a place on the New York Tribune, which had been founded by Greeley three years before. In 1846 he married Mr. Greeley's sister Esther. He was at different times Albany correspondent of the Tribune, editor of the weekly and semi-weekly editions, and news editor.
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