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Sources and Annotations              151
CHAPTER XIII
IN THE SUMMER OF 1848
1.  Morrison Foster, p. 44.
2.  ibid., p. 44.
3.  Letter of Mrs. Morneweck to the present writer, June 22, 1936.
4.  The arrival and departure of boats as given in Mrs. Morneweck's summary correspond precisely with the news statements regarding them in the Cin­cinnati newspapers.
5.  Cincinnati Directory, 1846.
6.  Atlas, July 10, 1848.
7.  ibid., July 8, 1848.
8.  Chronicle, July 8, 1848.
9.  Atlas, July 3, 1848.
10.  ibid., March 8, 1848. Dunning Foster was also a member of the Committee of Appeals of the Chamber of Commerce in April 1849.
11.  The advertisements of Peters, Field & Co., usually indicated "under the Melodeon."
CHAPTER XIV
THE 'FORTY-NINERS PASS THROUGH
1.  Atlas, Gazette, Chronicle, etc., of these months.
2. O. T. Howe, Argonauts of ' 49, 1923, p. 90.
3.  Atlas, March 16, 1849.
4.  Gazette, April 15, 1849.
5.  ibid., May 8,1849.
CHAPTER XV
GOD'S PLENTY
1.  Howard, p. 152.
2. Foster Hall Chronological Index. A second instru­mental composition, "Soiree Polka," was issued in 1850 by W. C. Peters of Baltimore.







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