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Page 27 - He shall from time to time, give to the general assembly information of the state of the commonwealth, and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge expedient.
Page 80 - Curse not the king, no not in thy thought; and curse not the rich in thy bedchamber: for a bird of the air shall carry the voice, and that which hath wings shall tell the matter.
Page 74 - But a round woman, who, with insight keen, Had wrought a scheme of life, and measured well Her womanhood; had spread before her feet A fine philosophy to guide her steps ; Had won a faith to which her life was brought In strict adjustment—brain and heart meanwhile Working in conscious harmony and rhythm With the great scheme of God's great universe, On toward her being's end.
Page 69 - MORE human, more divine than we — In truth, half human, half divine — Is woman, when good stars agree To temper with their beams benign The hour of her nativity.
Page 35 - Representatives, on which devolved the choice between Jefferson and Burr, voted to commence balloting on Wednesday, the eleventh day of February, to attend to no other business while the election was pending, and not to adjourn until a choice was effected. Seats were provided upon the floor for the President and the Senators, but during the act of balloting the galleries were cleared of spectators, and the doors were closed. Upon the first ballot, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North...
Page 75 - ... an esquire, but departed a knight, dubbed by the king for his valour, clearly carrying away the credit: overthrowing Mr. Palmer* in the field at justs one day, and the next serving Mr. Culpepper at barriers in the same manner. Hereupon, there goeth a tradition in the family, that king Henry, highly pleased with his prowess,
Page 72 - Kentucky pioneers suffered, her soldiers proving also the chief defense for the Northwestern frontier until the treaty of peace at Greenville. Ohio, in 1795. This is a feature of the history of the West in its contribution to the struggle for independence and the preservation, as well as extension, of our national boundaries, for which due credit has never been awarded.
Page 75 - Teran, held an honorable place in the household of William, Duke of Bedford, and it is said in that of his nephew, Henry VII. Morgan Williams married a sister of Thomas Cromwell, afterwards Earl of Essex, and their son, upon the suggestion of Henry VIII., assumed the name of his uncle.
Page 27 - Govemor by the constitution, to give to the General Assembly information of the state of the Commonwealth. But I should omit a still higher duty were I not, at the same time, to call to mind our dependence on the Supreme Ruler of the Universe, acknowledge the obligations we are under to him for the...