The Massachusetts Register and United States Calendar for the Year of Our Lord ...

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Richardson, Lord & Holbrook, and James Loring, 1853 - Almanacs, American

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Page 21 - York, for the purpose of cultivating, improving and making known a knowledge of pharmacy, its collateral branches of science, and the best modes of preparing medicines and their compounds, and of giving instruction in the same, by public lectures, and may hold real and personal estate to an amount not exceeding twenty thousand dollars.
Page 314 - Fees, &c. The Supreme Court is held in the city of Washington, and has one session annually, commencing on the 1st Monday of December.
Page 255 - Each newspaper, periodical, unsealed circular, or other article of printed matter, not exceeding three ounces in weight, to any part of the United States, 1...
Page 23 - ... said college, in such manner as shall most effectually promote virtue and piety, and the knowledge of such of the languages, and of the liberal arts and sciences as shall hereafter be directed from time to time, by the said corporation.
Page 255 - There must be no word or communication written on the same after its publication, or upon the cover, except the name and address of the person to whom it is to be sent, and the name of the person sending same.
Page 25 - Is it expedient that delegates should be chosen to meet in Convention for the purpose of revising or altering the Constitution of Government of this Commonwealth?
Page 25 - ... in the state prison not more than five years, or by fine not exceeding five hundred dollars...
Page 47 - ... the last Monday of October. At Orleans, on the Wednesday next after the 3d Monday of April, and on the Wednesday next after the last Monday of October. At Wellfleet, on the Thursday next after the last Monday of October.
Page 9 - Plymouth, chosen annually by the people. 1620 John Carver. 1621 William Bradford. 1633 Edward Winslow. 1634 Thomas Prince.. 1635 William Bradford. 1636 Edward Winslow. 1637 William Bradford. 1638 Thomas Prince. 1639 William Bradford. 1644 Edward Winslow. 1645 William Bradford. 1657 Thomas Prince. 1673 Josias Winslow, 1681 Thomas Hinckley...
Page 23 - No instructors in said College shall ever be required by the Trustees to profess any particular religious opinions as a test of office, and no student shall be refused admission to, or denied any of the privileges, honors, or degrees of, said college, on account of the religious opinions he may entertain.

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