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The American Notes were supplied by the Hon. C.H. St.Clair (Number 801).

There are several places in France named St.Clair. From one of these originates the lineage surname, the lord thereof being territorially designated St.Clair-sur-Epte is celebrated as the place where cession of Neustria was made to Hrolf the Northman. There is the Barony of St.Clare in Wales; Sinclair Bay and Sinclair Castle in Caithness; Sinclair town in Fife; Lake St.Clair in Tasmania; Sinclair Head, Mount Sinclair, and the favourite marine resort of St.Clair, in New Zealand.

Monuments to the St.Clairs in America, more enduring than any of the Old Country, and of necessity causing the name to he known and used by thousands of people, daily for all time: -

TOWNS AND POST OFFICES.

Schools, squares, parks, hotels, and streets in cities all over the Country also bear this name, given in honour of some member of this family.

NOTE - or of some saint !

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