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140               Youth''s Golden Gleam
2. Edward D. Mansfield, "Mansfield's Memories/' quoted in Centennial History of Cincinnati, p. 731.
3. Howard, p. 150.
4.  Gazette, July 6,1847.
CHAPTER IV
FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
1. Typed copy of the Reminiscences of Eliza Foster, generously supplied by Mrs. Evelyn Foster Morne-weck.
2. Morrison Foster, pp. 31,34.
3. Letter to the present writer from Mrs. Morneweck, June 22,1936.
4.  Sources of most of these names are indicated later. Certain names were supplied by E. J. Wohlgemuth, ardent devotee of Fosteriana in Cincinnati, and by Mrs. Morneweck.
5.  Cincinnati Directory, 1825, 1840. Gazette, March 7, 1854.
6.  Statement of Mrs. Morneweck to the present wri ter, October 1935.
7.  Cincinnati Directory, 1829.
8.  Statement of Simeon P. Johnson, of Cincinnati, to the present writer, April 1936.
9.  Chronicle, June 11, 1847.
10. Minutes of the Session of the First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, December 24, 1849.
11.  Gazette, March 7, 1854; also Administration Book, Probate Court Records, Hamilton County, Ohio, No. 1, p. 538, as kindly reported to the present writer by Herman P. Goebel, Jr., Cincinnati At­torney.
12.  Gazette, March 8,1854.
13.  ibid., September 18, 1849.







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