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

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Richardson, Lord & Holbrook, and James Loring, 1850 - Almanacs, American

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Page 314 - Territories, from thirty days before the commencement of each Congress, until the meeting of the next Congress, the Vice-President, and the Secretary of the Senate, and the Clerk of the House of Representatives, during their official terms, may send and receive free, letters or packages, not exceeding two ounces in weight, and public documents not exceeding three pounds in weight. 3. The governors of States may send free the laws, records, and documents of the legislature, to the governors of other...
Page 311 - The Supreme Court is held in the City of Washington, and has one session annually, commencing on the 2d Monday of January.
Page 37 - Hntchinson, he drew upon him the hostility of James Otis, the son, a man of great talents, who soon became the leader on the popular side.
Page 39 - The History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from the First Settlement thereof in 1628, until its Incorporation with the Colony of Plimouth, Province of Main, etc., by the Charter of King William and Queen Mary, in 1691.
Page 123 - THE design of this Institution is to afford a complete course of legal education for gentlemen intended for the Bar in any of the United States...
Page 120 - Rev. GEORGE R. NOYES, DD, Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other Oriental Languages, and Dexter Lecturer on Biblical Literature.
Page 123 - No examination, and no particular course of previous study, are necessary for admission ; but the student, if not a graduate of some College, must be at least nineteen years of age, and produce testimonials of good moral character. He also gives a bond, in the sum of $ 200, to the Steward, with a surety resident in Massachusetts, for the payment of College dues ; or deposits-, at his election...
Page 126 - Private instruction in the various branches of Mathematics will be given to those desirous of receiving it, by competent instructors residing at the University. The following courses of Lectures delivered to Undergraduates will be open without charge to members of the Scientific School.
Page 34 - ... a member of the council, and the general assembly sent him as an agent of the province to the British court in the year 1729. After the death of Governor Burnet, he was appointed by his majesty to the government of Massachusetts and New Hampshire in 1730. In this station he continued eleven years. His style of living was elegant and splendid, and he was distinguished for hospitality.

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