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Title: Missions in brand new Ontario
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Writers: Allen, James, Rev
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ollect half-wornclothing from charitably disposed persons, and giveit for little or absolutely nothing. Great literature and readingrooms, bright, cozy and attractive, are provided. Thebest folks of our Church give serious thought andcareful planning to religious solutions that combineall appealing, impressive and helpful elements. All of this should be done. However if it’s directly to lavishmoney and private service so that you can get anomadic banditti of idleness which includes sworn allegianceto whiskey and sloth, could it be to your credit to neglectmen whose toil produces one-third of the revenue ofOntario, and is making feasible the larger civilizationthat belongs to garden floor and crowded town, and 44 whoever risk of life and limb equals the danger of Britishsoldiers over time of war? O for men of Jesus labeled as to preach—strong, well-qualified, completely skilled men of Christlikecharacter. This is our primary need. Pray ye, there-fore, god of collect, he will be sending forthlaborers into His collect.

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45 The following suggestions had been meant to the GeneralBoard of Missions at its last program: 1. That plans be made for employmentof the meeting pupils in special evangelistic ser-vices throughout the summer months. 2. whenever essential the travelling costs bepaid of ministers just who invest their particular breaks in evangel-istic solutions. 3. That arrangements be made for earnest revivalmissionary services, held by returned missionaries, bycollege or any other goal rings, regarding poorer and lesspromising missions, aided by the view of leading all of them toself-support. 4. That as an ailment of a grant being made toan arranged objective, the Quarterly Board of theMission shall (a) Publish yearly an audited financialstatement in accordance with the discipline; (b) Adopt theweekly envelope or some approved systematic and con-tinuous method of increasing money for ministerial sup-port and be in charge of its efficient working at eachappointment; (c) Make an intensive fabric of themembers and adherents of

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Title: "Los Ingleses stories como boy; carácter, leyes, usos y costumbres del pueblo inglés, y todas sus extravagancias, etc. [With illustrations.]"
Author: BERTRÁN SOLER, Tomás.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10347.ee.36.", "British Library HMNTS 010483.a.5."
Webpage: 111
Place of Publishing: Valencia
Date of Publishing: 1858
Issuance: monographic
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Title: Biennial report regarding the Superintendent of Public Instruction, state of Montana
12 Months: 1894 (1890s)
Writers: Montana. Dept. of Public Instruction
Subjects: Montana. Dept. of Public Instruction Education
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t it should be, the idea ofthe high grade graded college with ideal gear and apermanent and completely accredited high school training course cannot befully considered, for in the end, carrying on a school ofthat sort isn’t a concern of passion, of belief, orof need, but among dollars and cents with which equipmentcan be provided and educators paid. Whenever appropriate valuation is in picture, whether or not it hasbeen guaranteed by combination or else, 1st year ofthe course best adapted into requirements of community inwhich the institution is found is taken up and strictlyadhered to until enough teaching power are employedto carry-on extra work. In determining this, it shouldbe recalled that no recitation period should really be shorterthan forty mins, that very best senior high school in themiddle western would drop its accredited standing that it prizesmost extremely, that of the North Central Association, if evenone of the educators handled over six recitations per

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brand new BUILDING AT LIVINGSTON. 52 FOURTEENTH BIENNIAL REPORT day, which the best interests of all of the pupils from theprimary to your greatest level carried must be considered.Then a permanent record, offering each topic, the name ofthe teacher, text book made use of, few pages covered, num-ber of recitation durations, duration of each period and quality re-ceived, should-be held making sure that any pupil will get a statementof work done that’ll be of genuine solution to him, just in case hewishes to keep make use of another instructor or in anotherschool. Using this thought taken into account, the job could be builtfrom the bottom up, no districts is going to be compelled to behopelessly in debt, the girls and boys can get instructionthat may help all of them when they stay-at-home and help them ifthey subside for additional planning, and both large andsmall high schools can work alongside the elementaryschools on a basis of mutual comprehending that will hastenthe time when additional education comes into placewhere it

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Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
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Title: Gleanings from old Shaker journals, compiled by Clara Endicott Sears
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Sears, Clara Endicott, 1863-
Subjects: Shakers
Publisher: Boston and New York : Houghton Mifflin
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ent to the Second Family thisp.m. and stopped a little while. Brother John Orment isat work planing sieve rims. Note. Augustus Grosvenor sawed the posts at themill for the Holy Hill on 2d Feb., 1843. Feb. 24, 1843. Hazy and cold. Augustus at the millturning spools. Elijah Myrick at making a sink forthe wash-house. Alfred Collier stays with Brother Na-than Kendall, who is sick at the Square House. JohnWilliams, Elisha Myrick, Samuel Myrick, and boys arecutting wood in the dooryard. Brother Abel Jewett andDaniel Myrick came home from Cambridge with plaster.Laban Babbitt came home from Rhode Island, broughthome to the South Family .with him two women, andboy and girl, to see the Believers. He some expects theywill be Shakers. Feb. 28, 1843. Elder Brother and John Cloutmanwent to Shirley after the stone for the Holy Ground. Sabbath, March 5, 1843. Fair and cold. We have areading meeting at 9! oclock a.m. to hear a book readgiving an account of finding the fountain on the HolyHill of Zion.

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THE HARVARD SHAKER INDUSTRIES 235 March 24, 1843. Augustus at the mill fixing broomhandles. Monday, March 27, 1843. Sister Molly Lyon de-parted this life at the Square House at half-past 2 p.m.aged 92 years last January. Tuesday, March 28, 1843. At three oclock we at-tend the funeral of Sister Molly Lyon. Thomas Holdenmade the coffin and Elijah Myrick and Dana White dugthe grave. So one more of Mothers faithful first-bornchildren has gone to receive the just reward of Welldone, good and faithful servants. April 19, 1843. We move the bee house from theSquare House to the west side of the road, south of therose yard. April 22d. We moved two swarms of bees from theSecond Family yesterday here to the Church. April 24, 1843. Augustus went to Harvard town tosell fruit trees. April 25. Augustus Grosvenor went to Littleton tosell peach trees. April 26, 1843. Augustus Grosvenor went to Lex-ington with fruit trees. April 28, 1843. We take up some over five hundredfruit trees to sell. 236 GLEANI

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This Native of Randolph Center, Vermont, Quit a Job as an Auto Mechanic to Return to the Family Farm …, 05/1974
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Original Caption: This Native of Randolph Center, Vermont, Quit a Job as an Auto Mechanic to Return to the Family Farm in Hopes of Keeping It Running. in Addition to Jersey Cow Milk, He and His Mother Sell Goat’s Milk to Private Customers and a Local Nursing Home 05/1974

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mand. 20. Barnett remarks in class meeting that the girls usually finance their ownway to class banquets and it may make some difference in the number of dates. 21. Doc. is informed that a Soph has been see on Broadway with the Fresh-man president. 22. Town and Gown Banquet. Endowment campaign is launched andFive Thousand Club is formed. 23. An unexpected holiday. Clipping from the Review—The Juniors ^a{sa—sS^E?-v- ^-^ Paue Two Hundred Forty-three started the pep going with their songs and yells. They seemed better organizedthan the other classes. 24. Miss B.—Anna Mary, wont you play or sing for us? Oh yes! Youdont do anything but dance. 25. Dr. Rankin at college church. Doc. thanks Chick for coming so farfront. 26. Why has Lyie become so suddenly shy of the ladies. We wonder. 27. The dorm is entertained with a back yard serenade. The third floorcontributes a Hershey bar. 28. A bunch of innocent bystanders help freshmen do their stunt in frontof the dorm. A frog chorus is given.

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mount to about 1/54 percent, of thetotal cost of locomotive maintenanceper motor mile, the greatest product be-ing gas, which sums to about 48 %, of the total price. Locomotivemaintenance includes cost of round-house work, repair works, coal, waste, oil andsupplies, and in addition it includes the pay ofthe motor crew. This new technique,which some roads have actually followed, con-sists of an allowance per motor milefor repair works, and also this allowance varies,usually, from about 2^ dollars per milefor the lightest capacity to 7 or 8 centsper mile for heaviest motors, and(omprises working and general repairs.The numbers for the different allowancesare in line with the average cost of re-pairs, covering a long duration, for thedifferent classes of power. Each engine should obtain credit atthe ruling scrap price for every poundof material removed in the program ofrepairs. Harm by accident forms aseparate product and may be shown in acolumn on it’s own. Motor failures whichare set off by weakness of parts.

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FIG. 2. OLD WOOD-BURNING TANK SYSTEM, NO. 635. J., M. & L R. R. stitution. Whenever Professor Goss wasappointed to the head of engineer-ing division at Purdue, it absolutely was Mr.Wells, representing the trustees, whofirst provided him welcome. Expense Per Mile Run.Suppose an engine happens of theshop without debt, that engine has improper repair works, insufficient attention bjthe professional and fireman should really be con-sidered as operating repairs. To make the machine ofmileage allowance profitable, all officialsfrom your head of this division down tothe foreman in charge of the work mustdisplay an active desire for the recordof each engine and also the performance 3t4 RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING July, 1906. sheets must certanly be examined carefully by allconcerned, among who, naturally, arethe engineer and fireman. These sheetsshow how the allowance per mile standsat any particular time, the mileagemade, the materials plus the work put oneach machine. Under this technique eachmonth the master mechanic is

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as definitely among theelection professionals when thepolls closed that anti-Davis fusion ticket—andCronan—bad won. Allof the polling-places inthe county had beenmanned by Daviss ownappointees, however, andthe numbers returned bythis suborned crowdshowed the election ofDavis by a narrow ma-jority. There is scarcea guy when you look at the county ofeither celebration but understood inhis internal consciousnessthat Daviss heelers andadherents at pollshad fraudulently counted him in; and hosts of Cronans buddies urged him to uncoverthe frauds by demanding through the courtroom a recount regarding the ballotscast throughout the county. Maybe not a person of huge means, how-ever, Cronan did not believe he could bear the pecuniary outlaythat these types of a study would need, and thus it happenedthat, within ten times^^after he’d been declared elected, Davisassumed the duties regarding the shrievalty associated with the county. His succession to the workplace was ihe sign for aggressiveactivity, in political and official circles, of whole rafts of dia-

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Cornelius J. Cronan. 310 MODERN BATTLES OF TRENTON. paid men. That they had been tempted to the surface by theunderstanding that as long as they kept by themselves solid withthe Sheriff, he would note that these were safeguarded from thepursuit for the process of law by their grand juries. No neighborhood hadever suffered such an invasion. The spectacle was one thatenforced the interest in a change in the system of selectingmembers of this essential human anatomy; therefore the Republican Legis-lature of 1888 took the function off their hands and directedthe Judges associated with the courts within the several counties to appointspecial commissioners in each to mention the grand juries.Almost first thing the Democrats performed, on regaining con-trol of the Legislature in 1889, was to repeal the Commissionact and restore the effectiveness of naming the grand juries to theSheriff. Hudson county ended up being therefore once again put at the mercy of thegangs. Saloon doorways had been thrown spacious on Sunday, andthe ears of driving chapel everyone was offended because of the so

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towards defeat of Cass b-Taylor. The administration of Van Bu-ren had been one of the most unpopulaiwe have actually ever had, and through nofault of their. A lot of theprosperity of Jacksons term wassuperficial. He had already been despotic,as shown inside the removal of theUnited States Bank deposits and theissue associated with specie circular of 1836.Confusion ensued operating, and a period of wild conjecture then followed a distribu-tion regarding the excess inside treasury among the States. The credit system took theplace associated with the cash system, financial institutions sprang up like mushrooms, and an immenseamount of irredeemable money had been added blood circulation. These institutions had been called wild-cat banks, and their particular technique ofdefrauding tlie public ended up being as follows : They bought a number of hundred thousandsof cheap bills which, having cost them practically nothing, they found in offeringhigher costs for general public places than others could spend in gold-and-silver. Theytrusted to risk that their particular expenses will never soon come-back for redemption, but

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MARTIN VAN BUBEN. (1782-1S02.) One term, 1837-18-11. 228 JACKSON, VAN BUREN, HARRISON, AND TYLER. if they performed so, the finance companies were unsuccessful while the hoklers of this notes lost everydollar. The fraud was a deliberate one, although organization for the national bank-ing legislation subsequently renders a repetition of the swindle impossible. THE PANIC OF 1837. Van Buren had been barely inaugurated when the jmnic of 1837 rush upon thecountry. The banking institutions were obligated to suspend specie jDayment, numerous failed, andmercantile houses which had weathered various other economic storms toppled over like ten-pins. In two months the problems in ny and brand new Orleans amounted to0,000,000. At the beginning of May, a deputation of brand new York merchants and bankerscalled upon the President and requested him to place from the number of duties onimported items, to rescind the sjiecie circular, and convene Congress in the hopeof devising measures for relief. All that the President consented to accomplish had been todefer the collection of duties. Instantly the ba

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ttle home comprises in abiding. He informed Franklin that as Spainhouses in those cities; you can create and France had been in perfect agreement hebonfires of them when you please; might communicate easily utilizing the Span-the concern about dropping them won’t modify ish minister, the Count de Aranda. Withmv quality to resist into final the him the commissioners presented key but bar-claim of Parliament. ren interviews as Aranda would only Mr. Strahan, of London, have been a promise the freedom of Spanish ports to sort of go-between through who Dr. Us vessels. Franklin had communicated with Lord Vindication of the Colonies.—On June, North. On July 5, 1776, Franklin penned 15, 1775, Franklin granted listed here to him: you will be a part of Parlia- address into the public: ment, and another of the majority with ^ condemned my nation to destruction. You Forasmuch once the opponents of America in have begun to burn off our towns and murder the Parliament of Great Britain, to ren- 423 rRANKLIN, BENJAMIN

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FRANKLIN ON their WAT TO FRANCE. der united states odious to your country, and provide anill effect people in the thoughts of otherEuropean powers, having represented us asunjust and ungrateful in the highest de-gree; asserting, on every occasion, thatthe colonies had been satisfied at expenseof Britain; that they had been, within expenseof similar, protected in their infancy:that they today ungratefully and unjustlyrefuse to play a role in their protec-tion, therefore the common defence regarding the na-tion; that they intend an abolition of thenavigation functions; and they are fraud-ulent in their commercial transactions, andpropose to cheat their particular lenders in Brit-ain, by steering clear of the payment of theirjust debts; And as by regular repetitions thesegroundless assertions and harmful cal-umnies may, or even contradicted andrefuted, acquire additional credit, and beinjurious throughout European countries towards repu-tation and interest of the Confederate colo-nies, it appears appropriate and essential toexamine them inside our very own only vindication.

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