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Page 125 - Lord of the Universe ! shield us and guide us, Trusting Thee always, through shadow and sun ! Thou hast united us, who shall divide us? Keep us, oh keep us the MANY IN ONE! Up with our banner bright, Sprinkled with starry light, Spread its fair emblems from mountain to shore, While through the sounding sky Loud rings the Nation's cry, — UNION AND LIBERTY ! ONE EVERMORE ! SONGS OF WELCOME AND FAREWELL AMERICA TO RUSSIA AUGUST 5, 1866 Read by Hon.
Page 79 - The first General Assembly after the adoption of this Constitution shall divide the State into thirty-eight Senatorial districts, and one hundred representative districts, as nearly equal in population as may be...
Page 80 - Equality of representation is the basis of patriotism. No citizen will, or ought to, love the state which oppresses him; and that citizen is arbitrarily oppressed who is denied equality of representation with every other citizen of the commonwealth.
Page 121 - Since that summer time in 1852, when the 'corntop was ripe and the meadows were in bloom, ' this dear, dear old song has sung itself into the love of the world. It blends in its heart of melody the mysteries of twilight and moonrise, the glory of the breaking day, the tenderness of siren mother crooning soft and low, the light of hearthstone fires, faces of those adored and visions of the loved and lost and which, speaking a universal language, tugs with memories...
Page 80 - Without equality republican institutions are impossible. Inequality of representation is a tyranny to which no people worthy of freedom will tamely submit. To say that a man in Spencer County shall have seven times as much influence as a man in Butler or Edmonson County is to say that six men out of every seven in those counties are not represented in the government at all.
Page 126 - I say to you that a man who would do the like uv that would ride a jackass into the Garden of Eden and hitch him to the Tree of Life.
Page 31 - After graduating from the high school he entered the Law School of the University of Cincinnati, from which he was graduated in 1 894.
Page 106 - A government 'of the people, by the people' cannot and does not exist in a Commonwealth in which one-half of its citizens are denied the right of Suffrage. The women of Kentucky are citizens of Kentucky, and there is no good or just reason why they should be refused the full and equal exercise of APPROVING THE SUFFRAGE BILL the sovereign right of every free people — the ballot.
Page 109 - BILL the sovereign right of every free people — the ballot. Every member of this General Assembly is unequivocally committed by his party's platform declaration, to cast his vote, and use his influence for the immediate enfranchisement of women in both nation and State. Party loyalty — faithkeeping with the people, and our long boasted chivalry — all demand that the General Assembly of Kentucky shall break all previous speed records in ratifying the Federal Suffrage Amendment, and passing all...