The History of Educational Legislation in Ohio from 1803 to 1850 (Google eBook)

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University of Chicago, 1920 - Education - 248 pages
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Page 58 - There shall be reserved the lot No. 16, of every township, for the maintenance of public schools, within the said township...
Page 125 - An Ordinance for ascertaining the mode of disposing of Lands in the Western Territory.
Page 174 - ... and their successors, shall be a body corporate by the name specified in such articles of association...
Page 150 - Commonwealth ; and that the Senators and Representatives of this State, in the Congress of the United States...
Page 157 - Portage, and shall be erected on a plan sufficiently extensive to afford instruction in the Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Trustees may, as their ability shall increase, and the interests of the community require, erect additional departments for the study of any or all of the liberal professions.
Page 31 - Onehalf of all such fines shall be paid into the state treasury and placed to the credit of the general fund.
Page 197 - act to provide for the support and better regulation of Common Schools.
Page 153 - Oberlin College: OL, XXXII, 226, February 2, 1834. An act to incorporate the Oberlin Collegiate Institute. Henry Brown and eight others are created a body politic to be styled the Board of Trustees of the Oberlin Collegiate Institute with power to confer on those whom they deem worthy such honors and degrees as are usually conferred in similar institutions. SEC. 2. That the said institution shall remain in Lorain County and shall afford instruction in the liberal arts and sciences and the trustees...
Page 146 - University,' for the instruction of youth in all the various branches of the liberal arts and sciences, for the promotion of good education, virtue, religion and morality, and for conferring all the degrees and literary honors granted in similar institutions.
Page 48 - ... youth over twelve years of age as are prevented, by their daily avocation, from attending day schools, subject to such regulations as said board, from time to time, may adopt for the government thereof.

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