John Montgomery (Maryland politician)

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John Montgomery (1764 – July 17, 1828) was an American lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland. He represented the sixth district of Maryland in the U.S. Congress from 1807 until 1811, and later served as the Attorney General of Maryland (1811–1818) and Mayor of Baltimore (1820–22 and 1824–26).

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United States House of Representatives
Preceded by
John Archer
U.S. Congressman, Maryland's 6th District
1807–1811
Succeeded by
Stevenson Archer
Legal offices
Preceded by
John Johnson
Attorney General of Maryland
1811–1818
Succeeded by
Luther Martin
Political offices
Preceded by
Edward Johnson
Mayor of Baltimore
1820–1822
Succeeded by
Edward Johnson
Preceded by
Edward Johnson
Mayor of Baltimore
1824–1826
Succeeded by
Jacob Small