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... History of Cincinnati, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches

... History of Cincinnati, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches

Source : Internet Archive

... History of Cincinnati, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches

... History of Cincinnati, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches

Source : Internet Archive

Results : ST.-CLAIR


Page 200

Arthur St.-Clair, jr 125 00


Page 206

Mrs. Gibson, and Mr. and Mrs. St.-Clair. Mr. Gibson was appointed the reader.


Page 320

James Mason, treasurer. The younger Arthur St.-Clair offered a lot and Mr. Jacob Baymiller a building as a permanent home


Page 336

bears the autographs of General Arthur St.-Clair, Peyton Short, son-in-law of Judge Symmes, Judge Burnet, General James Findlay, Jonathan S.


Page 365

built in 1806 by General Arthur St.-Clair, formerly governor of the Northwest Territory. A printing office was erected on the


Page 407

The Mr. St.-Clair" named in Judge Burnet's first paragraph, was Arthur St.-Clair, jr., son of Governor


Page 407

between these years, Judge Burnet, Arthur St.-Clair, jr., Ethan Stone, Nicholas Stone, Nicholas Longworth, George P. Torrence, and Elias Glover.


Page 412

Jacob Madeira, Jacob Wykoff Piatt, Arthur St.-Clair, Daniel Van Matre, Isaiah Wing, and Moses Brooks, Samuel Findlay, William Greene, Charles


Page 476

Arthur St.-Clair, jr., and Jacob Burnet will act as aids-de-camp to the commander in chief