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Lamb's biographical dictionary of the United States,

Lamb's biographical dictionary of the United States,

Source : Internet Archive

Lamb's biographical dictionary of the United States,

Lamb's biographical dictionary of the United States,

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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21enioirs of Harriet or Harriot Stuart (1751) , The Female Quixote (17.53) , Shakespeare Illustrated (3 vols. 170:3-.-)4) ,


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Iconoclast , John Knox and Mary Stuart , Washington Crossing the Delaware , Washington at the Battle of Monmouth ,


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Va., in 1845 to Mary Louisa Stuart, daughter of Col. Hugh Mercer. He be-came part owner and chief editor of


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and formed a partnership with John S. Stuart. He was a candidate on the Whig electoral ticket in ISl Oand


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His partnership with Mr. Stuart was dissolved in 1841, and a new partnership was formed with Stephen T.


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of the discoverer. In 1879 Henri L. Stuart of New York city, caused a portrait of Dr. C. W. Long


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witnessing the ceremony of presentation, Mr. Stuart proceeded to Dr. Long's late home at Athens, Ga.


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29, 1845 , son of Robert Stuart and Sara Ann (Mc Mahon) Mc-Kaig, and grandson of Patrick Mc Kaig and


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The Life and Works of Gilbert Stuart (1879) ,, Reminiscences of Newport (1884) , Annals of Redwood Library (1891) ,


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and The Burning of the Peggy Stuart.


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and secondly in 1870 to Mary E. Stuart, daughter of Laurence Johnson of Philadelphia, Pa. He is the author of


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May, Beverley, John Singleton, Victoria Stuart, Pauline and Ada.


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23, 1884, to Abby De Forest Stuart. He was librarian of the Smithsonian Institution, 1887-93, and in 1896


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(1873), Tlie First Meeting of Mary Stuart and Rizzio (1876), which received the highest award at the Royal academy of


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Sharswood , William Short , Gilbert Stuart , Andrew Wallace , Mrs. Julia Wood , Samuel B. Wylie , Henry