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Fugitive essays, upon interesting and useful subjects, relating to the early history of Ohio, its geology and agriculture, with a biography of the first successful constructor of steamboats, a dissertation upon the antiquity of the material universe, and other articles, being a reprint from various periodicals of the day,

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Fugitive essays, upon interesting and useful subjects, relating to the early history of Ohio, its geology and agriculture, with a biography of the first successful constructor of steamboats, a dissertation upon the antiquity of the material universe, and other articles, being a reprint from various periodicals of the day,

Fugitive essays, upon interesting and useful subjects, relating to the early history of Ohio, its geology and agriculture, with a biography of the first successful constructor of steamboats, a dissertation upon the antiquity of the material universe, and other articles, being a reprint from various periodicals of the day,

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Fugitive essays, upon interesting and useful subjects, relating to the early history of Ohio, its geology and agriculture, with a biography of the first successful constructor of steamboats, a dissertation upon the antiquity of the material universe, and other articles, being a reprint from various periodicals of the day,

Fugitive essays, upon interesting and useful subjects, relating to the early history of Ohio, its geology and agriculture, with a biography of the first successful constructor of steamboats, a dissertation upon the antiquity of the material universe, and other articles, being a reprint from various periodicals of the day,

Source : Internet Archive

Results : ST.-CLAIR


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one. It would seem that Mr. St.-Clair, son of Gen. St.-Clair, the Governor and warrior, either through the influence of


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however, were principally confined to Mr. St.-Clair, she kissed him once or twice, exclaiming, you big man, Governor Son, and


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years after this transaction, General Arthur St.-Clair convened the Six Nations at Fort Harmar, at the mouth of the Muskingum.