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Historical encyclopedia of Illinois

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois

Source : Internet Archive

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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defeating his former preceptor, Hon. John T. Stuart, being re-elected in 1866, and again in 1868, the latter year over


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Congress, but was defeated by John T. Stuart, his Whig opponent, was appointed Secretary of State in December, 1840, and,


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Governor, Nathaniel Pope, Secretary, and Alexander Stuart, Obadiah Jones and Jesse B. Thomas, Territorial Judges. (See Edwards, Ninian.) Stuart having


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Semple, afterwards United States Senator, John T. Stuart, Lincoln's law preceptor and partner, and later a Member of Congress, to


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after a bitter struggle, of John T. Stuart over Stephen A. Douglas from the Third District, by a majority of


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O. L. Mann, and Colonel Owen Stuart. General Lieb also led a company of veterans enlisted by himself, and General


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passed into the hands of William Stuart & Co., and, on April 9, 1839, its publishers began the issue of


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the son of Robert Stuart, a Presbyterian minister and Professor of Languages in Transylvania LTniversity, and related, on


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had been studying law under Mr. Stuart's advice and instruction, became his partner, the relationship continuing until 1841. He served


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STUART, John Todd, lawyer and Congressman, born near Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10, 1807


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borrowed from the late Hon. John T. Stuart of Springfield , was elected first County Recorder of Christian County and,


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the time a partner of John T. Stuart, who afterwards became the first partner in law of Abraham Lincoln. Mr.


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voted as a separate county. John T. Stuart, Whig, of Springfield, and Stephen A. Douglas, Democrat, were the opposing candidates


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George Gillman, Daniel Coan, Chester Stuart, Henry C. Dodge and Charles Ferson.