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Image from page 769 of “The new annual army list, militia list, and Indian civil service list” (1870)
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Identifier: newannualarmylis1875hart
Title: The new annual army list, militia list, and Indian civil service list
Year: 1870 (1870s)
Authors: Hart, H. G
Subjects: Great Britain. Army
Publisher: London : John Murray
Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland
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The Broadway, Ludgate. All communications respecting Advertisements must be forwardedto the contractor, Mr. GEO. PHILLIPS, Telegraph Chambers,Regent Circus, (326,) Oxford Street. MR. R. WILLSON,ARMY AND FINANCE AGENT, 33, St. Jamess Square, Pall Mall, London, S.W.Still acts as Private Agent to Officers at Home and A broad. Private Accounts kept. Widows Pensions, Retired, Full, and Half-Payreceived, and Remittances made with Correctness and Punctuality. Exchanges arranged, and Memorials, Petitions, &c, drafted. Passages, Outfits, Uniforms, Accoutrements, &c, procured, and Messes sup-plied with every Requisite. Money. — Mr. WlLLSON having taken up the subject of Finance, has special facili-ties for obtaining Cash on Personal and other Security, as well as on Mortgages,Reversions, Legacies, &c. Loans, in connexion with Life Assurances, at Five perCent. The Pecuniary Affairs of Officers and Private Gentlemen taken in hand, andIt](ir. tLt! confidentially arranged. C A RSO NS

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ORIGINAL Anti-Corrosion Paint, PATRONISED BY 3§cr ittajcsts the (Queen, anb 3g.^.3§. the ?tinxt of S&alcs. ^4«<a? 8000 a«<f upwards of the Nobility and Gentry. FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF OUT-DOOR WORK. IT IS ESPECIALLY APPLICABLE TO WOOD, IRON, BRICK, STONE, AND COMPO. CAN BE LAID ON BY UNSKILLED LABOUR.Two Cwt. Carriage Free to any Station in Great Britain or Ireland.Detailed Particulars, with Prices, Testimonials, and Pattern Cards, PostFree on application. PEEPAKED OIL-MIXTUEE FOE THE ANTI-COEEOSIOH. OILS, TURPENTINE, & BRUSHES. VARNISHES, both for outside and inside purposes. The Original Anti-Corrosion Paint is only to be obtained of WALTER CARSON & SONS, La Belle Sauuage Yard, Ludgate Hill, London, E.G., And 21, Batchelors Walk, Dublin. CA UTION. — All Casks bear the Trade Mark, or are not Genuine. Jn

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Image from page 46 of “Report of the Public School Administrative Code Commission of the state of Washington. Delivered to the Governor and the Legislature at Olympia, Washington, January 11, 1921. Designed to accompany Senate bill no. 10” (1921)
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Title: Report of the Public School Administrative Code Commission of the state of Washington. Delivered to the Governor and the Legislature at Olympia, Washington, January 11, 1921. Designed to accompany Senate bill no. 10
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Washington State Code Commission
Subjects: Washington (State) Educational law and legislation — Washington (State) Public schools — Washington (State) Education — Washington (State) Finance
Publisher: Olympia : F.M. Lamborn, public printer
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50 0 L e ccNi 500 ZOOO ISOO JOOO Sfeorn Railways.Personal Property. 00 4500 sooo ssooReal Property Valuation STATE R £15 OUR C E S £ CHILD ^AVERAGE DAILY ATT E N DANC E PER CAPITA /ASSESSED VALUATION

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3 State opportionment.County apportionment. Special district levy. CR G raph OWTH if^ REVENUE f* C HI LD ^ AV E RAG E DAILY ATTEr^lDANCE 1901-20 PER CAPITA RE/£NUES 46 School Code Commission Report STATISTICS FOR GRAPH NO. 3.SCHOOI. TAX LKVIKS, STATE, COUNTY AND SPECIAL DISTRICT LEVIES. I Rank 101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839 COUNTY Kitsap Okanogan Island Snohomish Yakima Thurston Wahkiakum Stevens Benton Pierce King Clarke Ferry San Juan Asotin Whateom Pend Oreille … Skagit Clelan Spokane Mason Grant Lewis Franklin Grays Harbor . Pacific Walla Walla … Kittitas Douglas Klickitat Clallam Cowlitz Whitman Lincoln Skamania Jefferson Adams Columbia Garfield State average State Levy 2.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.062.06 2.06 County Levy 5.225.405.564.584.844.725.904.202.604.743.194.744.854.424.284.463.223.763.333.182.441.82•4.191.793.902.

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