Appleton's Dictionary of Greater New York and Its Neighborhood ...

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D. Appleton & Company, 1892 - New York (N.Y.)
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Notes the "Studio Building" as an address (Boston)

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Page 142 - Whenever there shall be a vacancy in the office of mayor, or whenever, by reason of sickness or absence from the city, the mayor shall be prevented from attending to the duties of his office, the president of the board of aldermen shall act as mayor, and possess all the rights and powers of mayor during such disability or absence.
Page 203 - Officer to board every vessel subject to quarantine or visitation by him immediately on her arrival, between sunrise and sunset; to inquire as to the health of all persons on board and the condition of the vessel and cargo, by inspection of the bill of health, manifest, log-book, or otherwise ; to examine, on oath, as many and such persons on board...
Page 130 - States are plaintiffs, or petitioners; or an alien is a party, or the suit is between a citizen of the state where the suit is brought, and a citizen of another state.
Page 130 - Seventeenth. Of all suits brought by any alien for a tort only, in violation of the laws of nations or of a treaty of the United States.
Page 144 - Whereas, Well regulated medical societies have been found to contribute to the diffusion of true science, and particularly the knowledge of the healing art...
Page 131 - To direct and control the conduct, and settle the accounts, of executors, administrators, and testamentary trustees ; to remove testamentary trustees, and to appoint a successor in place of a testamentary trustee so removed.
Page 130 - In a final order affecting a substantial right, made in a special proceeding, or upon a summary application.
Page 214 - ... collect and preserve information respecting the history, settlement, manners and customs of the city of New York, and to promote social intercourse among its native citizens. Its membership was limited to persons resident of the State before 1785, or their descendants. The society comes before the public prominently at least once a year, on St.
Page 265 - 1. The condition of membership shall be absolute and unqualified loyalty to the Government of the United States, and unwavering support of its eflbrts for the suppression of the Rebellion. " 2. The primary object of the association shall be to discountenance and rebuke, by moral and social influences, all disloyalty to the Federal Government, and to that end the members will use every proper means in public and private.

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