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Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography (Volume 4)

Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography (Volume 4)

Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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Charles Hdward Stuart, then on his wanderings after his defeat ilt Culloden, and O Neil


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infliction of church discipline of George W. Stuart, of Phila delphia, for singing uninspired hymns at a union meeting. He


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1831, as his second wife, Mary Stuart, elder daughter of the sheriff of !


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is from a painting by Gilbert Stuart, and the vignette is copied from a draw ing by Longacre made at


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The Life and Works of Gilbert Stuart" (1879), and Reminis cences of Newport.


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Imogen, Juliet, and Rosalind, also Mary Stuart and Camille. She has also made adaptations for the Polish stage of Shakespeare


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fine arts, Boston, that of Gilbert Stuart, and the New York historical society sev eral of his Indian portraits. Other


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The First Meeting of Mary Stuart and Rizzio." When it was first exhibited, in 1870, it received the great


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Sorel with Attorney-General (afterward Chief-Justice) James Stuart, and was subsequently active in Canadian politics. He was one of the principal


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received account, all but Capt. John Stuart, Isaac Thomas, a scout, and a soldier named Jack, were killed. Oconos tota


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published a reply to Prof. Moses Stuart on the constitution of the United States in its relation to slavery. In


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Charles Storrs (Boston, 1833) , Moses Stuart (Andover, 1852), Bela B. Edwards (1852), Joseph S. Clark (Boston, 1861), Richard S.


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the only daughter of Col. Christopher Stuart, an ollicer in the Revolutionary army, who was second in command at the


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Ire land, and his mother, Elizabeth Stuart, was the only daughter of Col. Christopher Stuart, an ollicer in the Revolutionary


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sister, Sophia Margaret, who married William Stuart, archbishop of Armagh.


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the eldest daughter of Prof. Moses Stuart, of Andover, and early attained popularity by her sketches of New England life,


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Lowell Mason (1859). His wife, Elizabeth Stuart, author, b. in Andover, Mass., 18 Aug.,