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Historical collections of Ohio in two volumes : an encyclopedia of the state : history both general and local, geography with descriptions of its counties, cities and villages, its agricultural manufacturing, mining and business development, sk, Vol. 1

Historical collections of Ohio in two volumes : an encyclopedia of the state : history both general and local, geography with descriptions of its counties, cities and villages, its agricultural manufacturing, mining and business development, sk, Vol. 1

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Historical collections of Ohio in two volumes : an encyclopedia of the state : history both general and local, geography with descriptions of its counties, cities and villages, its agricultural manufacturing, mining and business development, sk, Vol. 1

Historical collections of Ohio in two volumes : an encyclopedia of the state : history both general and local, geography with descriptions of its counties, cities and villages, its agricultural manufacturing, mining and business development, sk, Vol. 1

Source : FamilySearch

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October, 1787, Congress appointed Gen. Arthur St.-Clair, an officer of the Revolution, Governor, Winthrop Sargeant, Secretary, and the Hon. Samuel


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of the Revolutionary army. Gen. Arthur St.-Clair was appointed by Congress the first Governor of the Northwest Territory. The early


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Territorial government was established, General Arthur St.-Clair having been appointed governor.


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Arthur St.-Clair [1], 1788-1802. Charles W. Byrd [2], Hamilton County, 1802-3. Edward Tiffin [3], Ross,


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a Territorial government with Gen. Arthur St.-Clair as the first and only duly commissioned Territorial Governor , the formation of


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Arthur St.-Clair, who passed from the Presidency of the American Congress to the Governorship of


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thirty-four shares, at $10 each. Arthur St.-Clair, Jacob Burnet, Martin Baum, and Griffin Yeatman were.among the subscribers. Its final fate


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from the unfortunate but meritorious Arthur St.-Clair. He was born in Scotland, in 1734, and after receiving a classical education


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attendant lawyers were Jacob Burnet, Arthur St.-Clair-son of Gov. St.


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sheriff, John Paul, clerk, and Arthur St.-Clair, Esq., of Cincinnati, prosecuting attorney. Richard Thomas was admitted an attorney and counsellor


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I n January, 1790, Gen. Arthur St.-Clair, then governor of the Northwest Territory, arrived at Cincinnati to organize the county


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the whole of that time Mr. St.-Clair (son of the General), Judge Symmes, and Judge Burnet never missed a term