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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States - Page 199
by United States. Department of State - 1885
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 22

Commerce - 1850
...the Superintendent a pauper, lunatic, or idiot, or maimed, aged, intirm or destitute, or incompetent to take care of himself or herself, without becoming a public charge as a pauper; and provided, a/no, that this act shall not extend to seamen sent from foreign ports by...
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 22

Isaac Smith Homans - Commerce - 1850
...the Superintendent a pauper, lunatic, or idiot, or maimed, aged, infirm or destitute, or incompetent to take care of himself or herself, without becoming a public charge as a pauper; and provided, also, that this act shall not extend to seamen sent from foreign porU by...
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The Charter and Ordinances of the City of Boston: Together with the Acts of ...

Boston (Mass.), Peleg Whitman Chandler - Boston (Mass.) - 1850 - 582 pages
...the superintendent, a pauper, lunatic, or idiot, or maimed, aged, infirm or destitute, or incompetent to take care of himself or herself, without becoming a public charge as a pauper ; and provided, also, that this act shall not ex- Proviso, tend to seamen sent from foreign...
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Laws of the State of New York

New York (State) - Session laws - 1851
...years, or widow with a child or children, or any woman without a husband, and with a child or children, or any person unable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge,] or who, from any attending circumstances, are likely to become a public char?e, or who from sickness...
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Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York, Issues 150-159

New York (State). Legislature. Assembly - New York (State) - 1851
...child or children, or any woman without a husband, and with a child or children, or any person un&ble to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge,] or who from any attending circumstances, are likely to become a public charge, or who from sickness...
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A compilation of the laws of the state of New York: relating particularly to ...

New York (State), New York (N.Y.) - Law - 1855 - 1355 pages
...widow with a child or children, or any woman without a husband, and with a child or children, or auy person unable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge, or who, from any attending circumstances, are likely to become a public charge, or who, from sickness...
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Manual of Laws of the United States on the Subjects of Naturalization ...

Naturalization - 1856 - 304 pages
...years, or widow with a child or children, or any woman without a husband, and with a child or children, or any person unable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge,] or who, from any attending circumstances, are likely to become a public charge, or who, from sickness...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1887
...the United t-tites from any foriign port to a port within the United States. And if there is fjtm<l among such passengers any convict, lunatic, idiot or any person unable to take care of himEelr without becoming a public charge, then fnch persons shall not be permitted to land, but rtust...
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Annual Reports of the Commissioners of Emigration of the State of New York ...

New York (State). Commissioners of Emigration - New York (State) - 1861 - 491 pages
...child or children, or any woman without a husband, and with a child or children, |or any person uuable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge, or who, from any attending circumstances, are likely to become a public charge, or who, from sickness...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 53

Literature - 1888
...immigration, the only test that has been hitherto suggested is the ability of the intended immigrant to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge. That such is the nature of the test imposed by the Act of Congress passed iu 1882, Mr. Bayard, Secretary...
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