The United States' Almanac; Or Complete Ephemeris (Google eBook)

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E.H. Butler., 1842 - Almanacs, American
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Page 270 - That all inhabitants of this Colony, of full age, who are worth fifty pounds proclamation money, clear estate in the same, and have resided within the county in which they claim a vote for twelve months immediately preceding the election...
Page iii - BARNES, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. PREFACE.
Page 261 - Every male citizen of twenty-one years of age and upwards (excepting paupers and persons under guardianship), who shall have resided within the Commonwealth one year, and within the town or district, in which he may claim a right to vote, six calendar months next preceding any election of Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Senators, or Representatives...
Page 260 - Every man of the full age of twenty-one years, having resided in this State for the space of one whole year next before the election of Representatives, and is of a quiet and peaceable behavior, and will take the following oath or affirmation shall be entitled to all the privileges of a freeman of this State...
Page 329 - Price, 75 cents. THIS work is universally admitted to be. the most successful attempt to bring general history within the scope of our schools and academies, that has ever been made. The importance of having such a work in our seminaries, cannot be too highly estimated.
Page 283 - ... acres of land, or a town lot, at least six months before such election, or (not having such freehold or town lot) having been a resident in the election district in which he offers his vote, six months before said election, and having paid a tax the preceding year of Ss.
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Page 282 - Government, above all others, is founded on the right of the people freely to discuss all matters pertaining to their Government, in war not less than in peace. It is true, sir, that Members of the House of Representatives are elected for two years, the President for four years, and the Members of the Senate for six years, and during their temporary official terms these officers constitute what is called the Government.
Page 6 - Shadow occurs at 33, from the Northernmost point of the Moon's limb towards the East. The last contact at 21, towards the West.
Page 266 - The governor, lieutenant-governor, senators, and members of assembly, first elected under this constitution, shall enter on the duties of their respective offices, on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and...

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