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16.  Biographical sketches, Cincinnati, The Queen City, 1912, pp. 14-15.
17. H. W. Prentis, Jr., Historical Sketch of the Univer­sity of Cincinnati.
18.   'The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. V, p. 110.
19.  ibid., Vol. V, p. 422.
20.  Cincinnati Directory, 1846, 1850. The Cincinnati Miscellany, 1844-1845.
21.  Morrison Foster, p. 42.
22.  Robert P. Nevin, "Stephen C. Foster and Negro Minstrelsy," Atlantic Monthly, November 1867, p. 614.
23. Quoted by F. L. Pat tee, A History of American Literature, p. 404.
24.  Charles Allen Dinsmore, Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. Ill, pp. 552-3, 555-6.
25.  The Columbia Encyclopedia, p. 161.
26.  Douglass W. Miller, Dictionary of American Biog­raphy > Vol. VII, pp. 102-3.
27. History of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, p. 476.
28. Letter of Stephen, published in Foster Hall Bulle­tin, No. 11, February 1935.
29. Letter of Stephen to William E. Millet, written at Cincinnati; original copy in the Foster Hall Collec­tion.
30.  Gazette, October 30,1846.
31.  Correspondence of the Portland, Me., Daily Ad­vertiser, quoted in Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette, June 20,1833.
32.  Gazette, January 24., 1848.
CHAPTER VI
IN OLD KENTUCKY
1. Covington then had a population of 8,000 {Atlas,







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