Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Volume 6

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The Society, 1917 - Genealogy
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Contents

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Page 127 - ... politics and the cataclysms of Nature. It provides every man with his place, his career, his occupation, his circle of friends. It makes him at the outset a member of a corporate body. It protects him through life from the canker of social jealousy and unfulfilled aspirations. It ensures him companionship and a sense of community with others in like case with himself. The caste organization is to the Hindu his club, his trade union, his benefit society, his philanthropic society.
Page 317 - PENNSYLVANIA was established in 1892 for the purposes of promoting genealogical research, the collection, preservation or transcription of registers of births, marriages and deaths kept by religious societies or individuals, and of all kinds of official records affording genealogical information.
Page 228 - ... war he served as lieutenant and captain in the third Pennsylvania cavalry; and was brevetted major and lieutenant-colonel. He has been agent of the Penn estates in Pennsylvania; has been treasurer of the Philadelphia law association; and vicepresident of the historical society of Pennsylvania. He is the author of The Right Flank at Gettysburg; With Gregg in the Gettysburg Campaign; and Gregg's Cavalry Fight at Gettysburg.
Page 276 - Company," and shall so continue and have succession till the first day of May, which will be in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty, bla«ueTVc?d anc^ s^a^ anc...
Page 120 - Purana we are told that in the first or Krita Age, there were no castes, and that subsequently Brahma established divisions among men according to their works. " Those of them who were suited for command and prone to deeds of violence, he appointed to be Kshatriyas, from their protecting others. Those disinterested men who attended upon them, spoke the truth and declared the Veda aright were Brahmans. Those of them who formerly were feeble, engaged in the work of husbandmen, tillers of the earth,...
Page 38 - General Arthur St. Clair are deposited beneath this humble monument, which is erected to supply the place of a nobler one, due from his country.
Page 126 - There is no doubt that it is the main cause of the fundamental stability and contentment by which Indian society has been braced for centuries against the shocks of politics and the cataclysms of Nature. It provides every man with his place, his career, his occupation, his circle of friends. It makes him at the outset, a member of a corporate body; it protects him through life from the canker of social jealousy and unfulfilled...
Page 189 - Abstracts of New Jersey Commissions, Civil and Military, from Liber AAA of Commissions in the Secretary of State's Office at Trenton", Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, vol.
Page 119 - When they divided rnan, how many did they make him? What was his mouth ? what his arms? what are called his thighs and feet ? The Brahmawa was his mouth, the RS^anya was made his arms, the Vaisya became his thighs, the (Sudra was born from his feet.
Page 22 - The Swedes, for themselves, deputed Lacy Cock to acquaint him, " That they would love, serve, and obey him with all they had;" declaring, " that it was the best day they ever saw.

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