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Sources and Annotations              141
14.  Dr. Marshall's name, indicating that he hailed from Pennsylvania, first appeared in the Cincin­nati Directory for 1819; it did not appear in editions subsequent to the Directory of 1844. The directories establish his associations with Dr. Avery and show that about 1840 his residence was with the Cassillys on Broadway near Fourth Street.
15.  Parish Record, Christ Church, No. 1, 1818-1851,
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16.  ibid., pp. 98,99.
17. Howard, p. 151.
18.  Morrison Foster, p. 36.
19.  idem, p. 41.
20.  First edition copy of "Stay, Summer Breath" is in the Foster Hall Collection.
21.  Information supplied the present writer by Miss Mary G. Russell, of Cincinnati, a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Russell.
22.  Cincinnati Directory, 1849-1850.
23.  Gazette, February 12, 1848.
24. Letter of Stephen published in Foster Hall Bulletin, No. 11, February 1935.
25. J. B. Russell, "Foster's Music," in Cincinnati Daily Gazette, January 22, 1857.
26.  Cincinnati Directory, 1849-18 50.
27.  First edition copy of "Summer Longings" in the Foster Hall Collection.
28.  Statement to the present writer by Mrs. Morne-weck, October 1935.
29. Original letter of Stephen in the Foster Hall Collec­tion.
30.  Gazette, February 11, 1847; November 7,1847.







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