Proceedings of the Bunker Hill Monument Association at the Annual Meeting (Google eBook)

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Page 50 - The National Assembly, considering that it has been summoned to determine the constitution of the Kingdom, to effect the regeneration of public order and to maintain the true principles of the monarchy...
Page 25 - LL.D., President of the College of William and Mary. Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646 Edited by WILLIAM T. DAVIS, Formerly President of the Pilgrim Society. Winthrop's Journal (History of New England), 2 vols., 1630-1649 Edited by DR.
Page 9 - ... for which and its successful issue the Monument is intended to commemorate, and his affectionate recollection of the friends of his youth and the place of his early residence. RESOLVED, That John Quincy Adams, Daniel Webster, Joseph Story, Edward Everett and Franklin Dexter be appointed a committee to prepare an inscription for a tablet to be placed in the Monument stating the object for which it is erected and recording the liberality of Judah Touro and Amos Lawrence and the successful exertions...
Page 23 - Alger was a member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States and of Fairbanks Post No.
Page 46 - The appalling thing in the French Revolution is not the tumult but the design. Through all the fire and smoke we perceive the evidence of calculating organization. The managers remain studiously concealed and masked ; but there is no doubt about their presence from the first.
Page 50 - ... together, there is the National Assembly. Decrees that all the members of this Assembly shall immediately take a solemn oath never to separate, and to reassemble wherever circumstances...
Page 50 - Constitution of the kingdom, to effect the regeneration of public order, to maintain the true principles of the monarchy; that nothing can prevent it from continuing its deliberations in whatever place it may be forced to establish itself, and lastly, that wherever its members meet together, there is the National Assembly. Decrees that all the members of this Assembly shall immediately take a solemn oath never to separate, and to reassemble wherever...
Page 50 - Lifting their president, the distinguished astronomer, Bailly, to a table, the members surged about him, ready, it seemed, for extreme measures. There they took the famous Tennis Court Oath. All the deputies present, with one single exception, voted " never to separate, and to reassemble wherever circumstances shall require, until the constitution of the kingdom shall be established.
Page 3 - ... The Report on William Penn Memorial in London: Erected by the Pennsylvania Society in the City of New York, prepared by Barr Ferree, Secretary of the Society, has been printed in a neat, illustrated booklet of one hundred and ten pages. The memorial was dedicated on July 13, 1911. The Proceedings of the Bunker Hill Monument Association at the Annual Meeting, June 17, 1911, contains, besides the usual reports and lists of officers, committees, and members, the following addresses: Echoes of Bunker...
Page 7 - The record of the last Annual Meeting was read and approved. The President then made a brief address of welcome.

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