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Page 545 - Or injured Constance, bathes my head !" Then, as remembrance rose, — " Speak not to me of shrift or prayer ! I must redress her woes. Short space, few words, are mine to spare ; Forgive and listen, gentle Clare !" — " Alas !" she said, " the while,— O think of your immortal weal ! In vain for Constance is your zeal ; She- died at Holy Isle.
Page 560 - Then, Sir, from these six capital sources — of descent, of form of government, of religion in the Northern Provinces, of manners in the Southern, of education, of the remoteness of situation from the first mover of government — from all these causes a fierce spirit of liberty has grown up.
Page 561 - On the earl's cheek the flush of rage O'ercame the ashen hue of age: Fierce he broke forth, —
Page 529 - The industrial and commercial idea is, therefore, the first central idea in the study of geography in the elementary schools. It leads directly to the natural elements of difference in climate, soil, and productions, and also to those in race, religion, political status, and occupations of the inhabitants, with a view to explain the grounds and reasons for this counterprocess of civilization which struggles to overcome the differences.
Page 468 - The general assembly shall make such provisions, by taxation or otherwise, as, with the income arising from the school trust fund, will secure a thorough and efficient system of common schools throughout the state...
Page 476 - ... where such fines, etc., may be levied or imposed ; also that all fines, penalties, and licenses arising under the rules, by-laws, or ordinances of cities, villages, towns, precincts, or other municipal divisions less than a county, shall be paid over to the same respectively ; and further, that all these moneys shall be appropriated exclusively to the use and support of common schools in the respective divisions where the same may accrue.
Page 146 - That the child has been prevented from attending school by sickness or any unavoidable cause :
Page 546 - Acesten.' talibus Ilioneus; cuncti simul ore fremebant Dardanidae. 560 Tum breviter Dido voltum demissa profatur: 'solvite corde metum, Teucri, secludite curas. res dura et regni novitas me talia cogunt moliri et late finis custode tueri. quis genus Aeneadum, quis Troiae nesciat urbem 505 virtutesque virosque aut tanti incendia belli?
Page 481 - Jersey state school tax, equal to $5 for each child in the state between the ages of five and eighteen, is raised by the several counties according to their amounts of taxable property respectively, as shown by the tax rolls of the townships and wards of the counties. Ten per cent, of this tax, when it is paid into the treasury, is known as a reserve fund, and is apportioned among the counties by the state board of education " equitably and justly, according to their own discretion.