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Published by s.n. in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • St. Clair, Arthur, -- 1734-1818.,
  • United States -- Officials and employees -- Salaries, allowances, etc.,
  • United States -- Claims.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 46898.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18781375M

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Get this from a library! Report of a select committee to whom was referred on the seventeenth instant the memorial of General Arthur St. Clair.. [United States. Congress. House.]. The report of the committee on the letter from Major General St. Clair was taken into consideration; Whereupon, The Committee to whom were referred the letter of the 28th. of August last from Major General St Clair, beg leave to report– That they have conferred with the Financier on the subject of the advance of money requested by General St. General Arthur Saint Clair Memorial Fieldstone monument with granite tablet honoring Arthur Saint Clair, whose service as a general in the Revolutionary War was just one of his many achievements. The monument was completely rebuilt and re-dedicated on Septem The committee to whom was referred the memorial of Arthur St. Clair, report Published: () The committee to whom was referred the memorial of Arthur St. Clair, report Published: () The committee to whom was re-committed a report on the memorial of Arthur St. Clair, report Published: ().

The report of the committee on the letter from Major General St. Clair was taken into consideration; Whereupon, The Committee to whom were referred the letter of the 28th. of August last from Major General St Clair, beg leave to report-- That they have conferred with the Financier on the subject of the advance of money requested by General St. Succeeded c, died c. The first St Clair to live at Rosslyn. Knighted by King David I and made a privy councillor, he was sent by King William the Lion as ambassador to Henry II of England, to reclaim from the English king the disputed territory of Northumberland. Arthur St. Clair was a political and military leader in the Ohio country in the years of the American Revolution and the new nation. He was the first governor of the Northwest Territory. St. Clair was born on Ma , in Scotland. Some sources list his birth year as or Major General Arthur St. Clair. MAJOR GENERAL ARTHUR ST. CLAIR is the most noted historic name connected with Westmoreland county. Naturally, it is true, he belongs to the nation, and not to any particular locality. Nevertheless he lived here when not in the Revolution, or performing other public duties which called him away. for over fifty pears.

Arthur St. Clair was born on Ma in Thurso, Scotland. He briefly attended the University of Edinburgh and studied medicine before joining the British army in —serving in America during the French and Indian War, before retiring in In October , ground was broken for the new hospital, to be named after the American patriot, student of medicine, and early Pittsburgher, Major General Arthur St. Clair (). And our exceptional care started with one little girl more than 60 years ago. The St. Clair papers: the life and public services of Arthur St. Clair, soldier of the Revolutionary War, president of the Continental Congress and governor of the North-western territory, with his correspondence and other papers, arranged and annotated by Smith, William Henry, ; St. Clair, Arthur. The St. Clair Papers. The Life and Public Services of Arthur St. Clair: Soldier of the Revolutionary War; President of the Continental Congress; and Governor of the North-Western Territory with his Correspondence and other Papers. 2 vols. Cincinnati, description ends ). Sometime in the spring or summer of , St. Clair sent GW a.