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GReat stuff on gas in Nashville-it gives a description of the figures carved on the famous lamp posts at the state house on pp 37-38. see pp. 23, 31, 36 (on lots of gasoliers in public building b Cornelius & co.) 69, 78-79, viii., 112-113 ( a gthic manson for sale with gas in every room), 120, 171, 229, 173-175, and places promisng service at "all hours" on pp. 191, 211, 296, 302.
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Page 243 - October. The Tennessee State Hospital under the direction of the Faculty is open to the Class free of charge. A Clinique has been established in connection with the University, at which operations are performed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon in the presence of the Class. Amount of fees for Lectures is $105; Matriculation fee, (paid once only)
Page 45 - general instruction in popular and useful science, and its application to the Arts and Manufactures by means of classes, schools, conversational meetings, reading rooms, a library, museums, models of machinery, apparatus and such other methods as may be devised for the promotion of its purposes.
Page 10 - Gen. Lafayette, son and suite, arrived here on the 4th of May, 1825 and were received with the greatest demonstrations of joy. An immense procession was formed, the streets were decorated with arches of evergreens, and patriotic mottoes were inscribed upon them. The General landed on the grounds of Maj. Wm. B. Lewis, above the
Page 42 - in the good boat Adventure from Fort Patrick Henry, on the Holston river, to the French Salt Springs, on the Cumberland,
Page 243 - of Lectures, free to all Students, will be given by the Professors, commencing also on the first Monday
Page 114 - The Judges of the Supreme court are elected by the people for the term of
Page 23 - tenth President of the United States, died at his residence, in this city, on the 15th of June, 1849, and was placed in
Page 243 - $25. Good boarding can be procured for $3 to $4 per week. For further Information or Catalogue apply to WK BOWLING, MD,
Page 5 - An act for the promotion of learning in the county of Davidson,