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Page 67 - That a commission consisting of three members of the Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads of the United States Senate...
Page 179 - I will not dwell upon ragouts or roasts, Albeit all human history attests That happiness for man — the hungry sinner! — Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner.
Page 94 - All these must first be trampled down Beneath our feet, if we would gain In the bright fields of fair renown The right of eminent domain.
Page 57 - BROWN moved that the secretary be instructed to cast the vote of the Association for the first three names on the list.
Page 81 - SE SMITH. — I move that the report be accepted and that the committee be discharged. While it is not the idea to discontinue having a committee on diversional occupation, it would seem proper to have such a committee appointed by the Chair with reference to the place of meeting, and that the chairman of the committee shall reside in the immediate vicinity, as it requires...
Page 22 - In science by a fiction as remarkable as any to be found in law, what has once been published, even though it be in the Russian language, is spoken of as known, and it is too often forgotten that the rediscovery in the library may be a more difficult and uncertain process than the first discovery in the laboratory'.
Page 81 - There can be no manner of question that between the ages of six and sixteen a large part of \ the best literature of the world may be read, if taken up systematically in school...
Page 82 - ... with reference to their fitness for such office; and not more than one member of the city council shall be a member of said board.