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Page 145 - Annual Register of the Johns Hopkins University. Giving the list of officers and students, and stating the regulations, etc.
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Page 154 - This work is probably the first exhaustive study of the financial history of an American city. The author traces in detail the development of municipal expenditure, revenue, indebtedness and financial administration through the several periods of pre-corporate and corporate history. It has been found desirable to make use almost exclusively of original sources, and to emphasize the influence of administrative change upon fiscal growth. The narrative proper is supplemented by critical comment and...
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Page 147 - CHARLES, Harvard University, Mass.; GUMMERE, FB, The Swain Free School, Mass.; HART, JM, University of Cincinnati, Ohio ; HEMPL, GEO., University of Michigan ; Huss, HCO, Princeton College, NJ; VON JAGEMANN, HCG, Harvard University...
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