Definition of Robert Mills
1. Noun. United States architect who was the presidentially appointed architect of Washington D.C. (1781-1855).
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1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1920)
"WILLIAMS, P. Plaintiff, claiming to be an heir at law of Robert Mills, ... Robert Mills was twice married and left children by each one of his wives. ..."
2. Book of Martyrs: Or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant by John Foxe, Charles Augustus Goodrich (1831)
"Robert Mills and Stephen Wight -,aaid, they had not been at church for three ... John Slade affirmed, in effect, the same as Robert Mills, adding farther, ..."
3. History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States by William Dunlap (1834)
"... employments ana present eligible situation—Otis Hovey—Mo- ritz Fiirst—Robert Mills—Education as an architect—The buildings designed and executed by him. ..."
4. Ten Years in Washington: Life and Scenes in the National Capital, as a Woman by Mary Clemmer (1874)
"A Washington Tradition—" Old Hickory" Erects his Cane—"Put the Building Right Here "—Treasury Corner-Stone Laid—Robert Mills' Discolored Colonnade—Where ..."
5. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1903)
"Robert Mills." On April 26, 1897, Robert Mills died. This proceeding was commenced in August, 1899. Section 230 of the Civil Code provides as follows: "The ..."