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Page 94 - to be approved by the principal and the board of visitors, for the faithful disbursement or rendition of all moneys which may come into his hands by virtue of his office, and for the faithful
Page 94 - which may come into his hands by virtue of his office, and for the faithful discharge of the duties which may devolve upon him in consequence of such trust. Chapter
Page 474 - Jonas H. Titus, commissioner, and Joseph Septimus Ward, clerk of the state prison at Jackson, in the state of Michigan, severally make oath and say, that the foregoing statement is correct and true, according to the best of their knowledge and belief. JH TITUS, Acting
Page 696 - letter of the 14th of January, has been received. It could not, it is presumed have been the intention of the legislature of Michigan, in contracting for the opening of the canal around the rapids of the
Page 96 - by those plain rules of politeness, honor, and religion, which are binding On every free and virtuous community. They shall conform to every requisition of the officers of the institution which may
Page 471 - in the state of Michigan, severally make oath and say that the foregoing statement is correct and true in every respect, to the best of their knowledge and belief. JH TITUS,
Page 17 - of the most inferior description, and frequently sold at high prices—some purchase one kind, some another; and this introduces confusion of books into many of our schools. But whether any system like that proposed can be safely attempted, is for the legislature in its wisdom to determine.
Page 491 - in the state of Michigan, severally make oath and say, that the foregoing statement is correct and true in every respect, to the best of their knowledge and
Page 702 - letter of the 14th of January has been received. It could not, it is presumed, have been the intention of the
Page 17 - Could some plan of this nature be put in successful operation, it would doubtless contribute to the public advantage. As it now is, the districts, in most cases, are obliged to rely upon the merchants

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