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Winchester Star, October 7, 1904 - December 30, 1904 Winchester Star, October 7, 1904 - December 30, 1904
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
Roger Roback, Boy Scouts of America Termination File Roger Roback, Boy Scouts of America Termination File
Category Correspondence
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Maine
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Plaintiff’s Exhibit 62
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Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, State, and 2 moreSociety & Organization, Native American
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, and Wisconsin
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The m a n a g e r s a n d friends of the Society should be t h a n k ­
ful t h a t better an d safer a p a r tm e n ts are being- provided by
the State for its large a n d rapidly a u g m e n tin g collections.
W hile w e do not get all we asked for, yet w h a t we do get
is a decided step in ad v an ce . In our m em orial a y e a r ago
to th e Legislature, we plead for a separate an d isolated
building, w ith am ple g roun ds for fu tu re building expansion,
as th e exigencies of the Society should from tim e to tim e
require.
H ad th e whole of the south w ing been designated for th e
Society’s use a n d occupancy, it would h av e been none too
much for our present a n d fu tu re w ants. W e should th e n
have been less crowded in the in te rn a ...
New York Supplement, Decisions of the Supreme and Lower Courts, 1915 New York Supplement, Decisions of the Supreme and Lower Courts, 1915
Category Documents & Records, and Criminal & Court
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 1147 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 2520-2522 SePart  25, 1908) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 1147 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 2520-2522 SePart 25, 1908)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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1 hereby certify that I am the legal cuslodian of the original record of the
I nereoy y Unitpd States Citizens and of crew lists of amvn ^ ife sts of am ^n g ahen l i tion au,horities at the Port of New York.
enumerated below for vessels arriving at said port on
the date indicated:


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s/o
x'if
that microphotographic copies of the above described original rec^ds
roU of film- that in conformity with instructions received by me from the Com
m lsrionerof Immigration and Naturalization 1 caused said ongmals to be micro photographed under my personal supervision by ..UHIVJKSm
and compared with the original documents; that the images appearing ^ .
S S T ^ T r u e and *mplete photographic ^p ieso f ^ v e d ^ ^ ^ J
records* and that said original records have been r a ic r o p h o tc ^ ^ to ^


accordance with the provisions of Section 2 of said Act.
Executed in the County of New York, State of New York, this................................
d.,„ r '- X ..................... 194
Clark in C ham , RMttrdi
Port of N#w York


CERTIFICATE OF CAMERA OPERATOR
I hereby certify th at the m icro p h o ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 1468 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 3233-3234 May 2, 1910) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 1468 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 3233-3234 May 2, 1910)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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* I hereby certify that I am the legal custodian of the original record of the
manifests of arriving aliens and United States Citizens and of crew lists of arriv*
ing vessels duly delivered to the immigration authorities at the Port of New York,
N. Y., contained in the volume enumerated below for vessels arriving at said port on
the date indicated:




2
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that microphotograpnic copies of the above described original records appear on this
roll of film; that in conformity with instructions received by me from the Com­
missioner of Immigration and Naturalization I caused said originals to be microphotographed under ray personal supervision by.....g u *? J& ~1X .J*»*.*.vr.t.r. ..........
and compared with the original documents; that the images appearing on this roll of
microfilm are true and complete photographic copies of the above described original
records; and that said original records have been microphotographed to serve as
permanent records in accordance with all of the requirements of Public 115* 78 Con­
gress, First Session, approved July 7, 1943, and of the regulations promulgated by the
National Archives Council and approved by the President of the United States in
accordance with the provisions of Section 2 of said Act.
Executed in the ...
Daily British Colonist, Jul 29, 1882 Daily British Colonist, Jul 29, 1882
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY >!). 1883.
MISCELLANEOUS.
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its proper cliaraelor. All disturbed action
ef thu liver and biliary organs "iving vise GOODS. XINO. WEILERfr
The I ppci ChumWr of the I.egis:
SHORT & SIMPSON,
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disposition f.,r violating the
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Letters from Egypt, 1863-65 Letters from Egypt, 1863-65
Category Histories, Local or Place, Letters, and 2 moreInterviews & Personal Histories, Travel Logs
Date 1800's
Location Egypt
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T h is is a d ig ita l co p y o f a b o o k th a t w as p re se rv e d fo r g e n e ra tio n s o n lib ra ry sh elv es b e fo re it w as c a re fu lly scan n cd b y G o o g le as p a rt o f a p ro ject
to m a k e th e w o rld ’s b o o k s d isc o v e ra b le o n lin e .
It has su rv iv ed lo n g e n o u g h fo r th e c o p y rig h t to e x p ire an d th e b o o k to e n te r th e p u b lic d o m a in . A p u b lic d o m a in b o o k is o n e th a t w as n e v e r su b ject
to c o p y ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 5342 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 11507-11508 Jun 13, 1933) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 5342 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 11507-11508 Jun 13, 1933)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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I hereby certify that I am the legal custodian of the original record of the

m anifestsof a wing aliens and United States Citizens and of crew lu b of arm ing vessels duly delivered to the immigration authorities at the Port of Ne* \ ork'
N Y ^contained in the volume enumerated below for vessels am v.ng at said port on
the date indicated:




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that microphotographic copies of the above described original r ^
roU of film; that in conformity with instructions received by me from foe Com
missioner of Immigration and Naturalization I caused said originals to micro m __ • • i _f J A
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p h o to g ra p h e d under my personal supervision by .......................■
a n d c o m p a r e d with the original documents; that the unages appearing on this roll of

microfilm are true and complete p h o t o g r a p h i c copies of the above dfscribedori^n
records; and that said original records have been m .crop h o to g rap h ^to serv eas
permanent records in accordance with all of the ...
The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1994 The Bullet, Mary Washington College, 1994
Category Newspapers
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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Senior Sara Grant Three MWC students WMWC, the college radio
Tracey Dickerson
dedicates her time to are named CAC station, gives up hopes
argues that the
politics as president Players of the Year for their tower and looks
minority Student
Transition Program of the College for the 1994 Fall into the possibility of
Season. going FM.
is exclusive. Republicans.
FEATURES/6 ENTERTAINMENT/8
Non-Profit Org
U.S. Postage
— ---------- Mary Washington------------- PAID
Permit No. 227
B T
Fredericksburg, Va.
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Mary Washington College's Award-Winning Weekly NewspaperNovember 17,1994
Vol. 68, No. 10
Department Chairs
Yeah, We’ve Got Your Coffee
A Thing Of The Past
Under Possible Plan
handle responsibilities within the discipline
By Eric Edwards
such as the selection of course offerings,
Bullet Entertainment Editor
according to Richard Hansen, chairman of
Department chairs at Mary Washington
the department of English, linguistics and
College may soon be a thing of the past.
speech.
MWC Dean of Faculty
Departmental chairs are
Barbara Palmer announced
hesitant to speak of the
the formation of a committee
possibility of restructuring as
to research the possibility of
no details have been decided
reorganizing the departments
on yet. However, Palmer
during her Nov. 9 meeting
said she is dedicated to the
with the department chairs. ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 0297 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 505-507 SePart  6, 1902) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 0297 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 505-507 SePart 6, 1902)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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RftiiMtiit of tljc Btaltev o r (CumiiMnfthuv^fticer, uv Jiv|l uv Smntb
H fftbatofii uf SBitviuuit.

o f the
fr o m - . & < ,£ X .£ ^ / f • •' . do sinc errlfj a n d tr u ly sw ear, th a t I have m a d e a I - ' ' ' . S u rg e o n o f the ,
p e r s o n a l e jrahilnntion o f / q i 'h a jitc a ll o f the p a sse n g ers, w n u m b e r n a m e d on the fo re g o in g L is t
o r M a n i f st, a n d t h a t A have m u s e d , the su rg eo n o f s t f l vessel, sa ilin g therew ith, o r th e 's u r g e o n e m p lo ye d by the O w tujs •sailint, ihem rith, do xobmnhj. *w«rr/jr and triil,, * r - « r . that I Imre had . y , ^ >ryinK
, - th e s v q f ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 1980 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 4450-4451 Nov 22, 1912) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 1980 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 4450-4451 Nov 22, 1912)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Immigration and Naturalization Service


MICROPHOTOGRAPHIC CERTIFICATION
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that microphotographi0 copies of the above described original r e c o jf appear on this
roll of film, that in conformity with instructions received by n » from the Com­
missioner of Immigration and Naturalization I caused said originals to be micro f
photographed under my personal supervision by.....USI VMS IT’ ^MI CliOfILMS
and compared with the original documents; that the images a p p e ^
“ h COm?>,e!e p*lotograP*lic c o p i^ o f the above describoTor^inal
records, and that said original retards have been microphotographed to serve as
permanent records ...
Education for Afghans : Issues Confronting the Assistance Community Education for Afghans : Issues Confronting the Assistance Community
Category Histories, and Local or Place
Date 1900's
Location Afghanistan
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The dynamics of the play between traditional and modem became more apparent during
the reign of Amir Abdur Rahman's son and successor, Amir Habibullah (1901-1991), who had
neither the ruthlessness nor the political skills of his father. As a consequence the religious
establishment regained some of its lost influence, although the Amir diligently furthered several
aspects of modernization so as to continue to improve the nation's image during the period of the
Great Game. .

The first truly modem secular schqol was Habibiya, opened in 1903. It was modelled after
Aligarh College in India. In 1904 a school for the children of notables was established which
became the military college known as Harbiya headed by a Turkish military officer. The primary '
school system was expanded in 1915 and textbooks as well as instruction were provided free.

King Amanullah (1919-1929) expanded his father's education ^rvices. Eight modern,
foreign-language schools, five for boys and three for girls, were active by the end of his reign;
some were Upgraded to high schools, with French, German and English instruction at,the boys
schools. Turkish, French, German and Indian female teachers taught science and foreign
languages at Masturat, the first school for girls which opened in 1921. By 1929 the ...
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions Medico-Chirurgical Transactions
Category Directories, Organizational, Obituaries, and 1 morePeriodicals & Magazines
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 4917 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 10636-10637 Feb 23, 1931) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 4917 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 10636-10637 Feb 23, 1931)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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I bfitar certify that I am the legal custodian of the original record of
JL “5*r? aliens and United States Citizens and of craw Hat* of afrhr ---- - to the immigration authority at the Port of NewYork,
below for ve-ela anivin,
idate indicated:




,
Reminiscences: Personal and Other Incidents ; Early Settlement of Otsego County by Levi Beardsley, Esq. Reminiscences: Personal and Other Incidents ; Early Settlement of Otsego County by Levi Beardsley, Esq.
Category Histories, Family & Biographies, County, and 1 moreInterviews & Personal Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, and New York
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Google
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arc our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that’s often difficult to discover.
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publisher to a library and finally to you.
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Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 2119 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 4799-4800 Jul 1, 1913) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 2119 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 4799-4800 Jul 1, 1913)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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I hercliV c e r l i l x I li;«t I .1111 t h e Icual c u s to d i a l! ol Hit o r i g i n a l r e c o r d ol I Ilf
m a h i l c s t s nl' a r r i v i n g a l i e n s a n d I n i l c d S t a l e s C i l i / c n s a n d o l c r e w list s oT a r r i x
iiiM v e s s e ls d u lx dclix e r e d In I lit* m u u i u r a t i o n a u t h o r i t i e s at th e P o r t ol \ c x x Y o r k ,
V Y.. c o n t a i n e d ill I Ilf t o h m i c e n u m e r a t e d lieloxx l o r x e s s ...
Michigan Historical Collections, 1900 Michigan Historical Collections, 1900
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Michigan
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A paper entitled “Massacre of the Sauks at Saginaw,” by E. D. Cowles
as
of Saginaw, E. S., wx read by T. F. Giddings. This paper is No. 1 of a
series of articles by Mr. Cowles on “The Indian as He was and as He is
in the Saginaw Valley.”
An invitation from the superintendent of the Industrial School for
Boys, for as many as could do so to visit th at institution was received,
accompanied with a beautiful bouquet of roses. The invitation was ac­
cepted and a vote of thanks extended for the bouquet.
M. D. Osband of Grand Rapids offered the following preamble and
resolutions, which he prefaced with a few remarks as follows:
Mr. President—The Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society is sup­
posed to be emphatically hungry for history. Its achievements in the
past justify this supposition. I t has gathered from far and near, such
masses of historic m aterial as will gladden the eyes of some future Ban­
croft or Parkm an. Much of this has come from first hands, the men and
women who have helped to make the history they record, and which but
for this society would never have been ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 2417 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 5576-5578 Jun 11, 1915) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 2417 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 5576-5578 Jun 11, 1915)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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____ from. do
solemnly ~jl~~:T?7rrITFrM *11 that I ham caused the surgeon, of said vessel sailing therewith, or the surgeon
employed by the owners thereof, to make a physical and oral examination of each and all of the aliens named m the
foregoing lists or Manifest Sheets,___ 3 ----- in number, and that from the report of said surgeon and from my own
investigation, I believe that no one of said aliens is an idiot, or imbecile, or a feeble-minded person or in s a n e person, or
a pauper, or is likely to become a public charge, or is afflicted with tuberculosis or wUh a loathsome or dangerous
contagious disease, or is a person who has been convicted of, or who admits having commuted a felony or other crime or
involving moral turpitude, or is a polygamist or one admitting belief in the practice of polygamy or an
anarchist, or under promise or-agreement, express or implied, to perform labor in the United States, or a prostitute^ o ra
woman or girl coming to the United States for the purpose of prostitution, or for any other immoral purpose, and tha
also, according to the best of my knowledge and, belieftye ...
The Complete Works of Rev. Andrew Fuller : With a Memoir of His Life The Complete Works of Rev. Andrew Fuller : With a Memoir of His Life
Category Histories, and Family & Biographies
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and Great Britain
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THE H ARM ONY OF THE CHRISTIAN R E L IG IO N CONSIDERED AS A N EVIDENCE OF ITS
D IV IN IT Y .

Ch ap. I.— The Harmony of Scripture with Historic Facts evinced by the fulfilment of
P r o p h e c y , ......................................................................................................... 58
C h a p . II.— The Harmony of Scripture with Truth evinced from its agreement with the
dictates of an enlightened conscience, and the result of the closest observation, 63
C h a p . I II.— The Harmony of Scripture with its own professions argued from the Spirit
and Style in which it is w r i t t e n , ...................................................................... 68
C h a p . IV.— The Consistency of the Christian Doctrine, particularly that of Salvation
through a Mediator, with sober R e a s o n , ..................................................... 74
C h a p . V.— The Consistency of the Scripture Doctrine of Redemption with the modern
opinion of the Magnitude of C r e a tio n ,..............................................................84

CONCLUDING ADDRESSES.

To D e i s t s , .................................................................................................................. 97
To the J e w s , ..................................................................................................................102
To Christians, . ................................................................................................. 105


T H E CALVINISTIC AND SOCINIAN SYSTEMS E X A M IN E D AND COM­
PARED AS TO T H E ...
Conference Reports of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 167th Semi-Annual Conference October 1997 Conference Reports of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 167th Semi-Annual Conference October 1997
Category Directories, Organizational, Histories, and 1 moreChurch
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Utah
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President Gordon B. Hinckley presided at all sessions of the conference
and conducted the Saturday morning,
general priesthood, and Sunday morning
sessions. President Thomas S. Monson,
First Counselor in the First Presidency,
conducted the Saturday afternoon session. President James E. Faust, Second
Counselor in the First Presidency, conducted the Sunday afternoon session.

The conference was carried by satellite transmission to thousands of Church
buildings in many countries. In areas that
did not receive this transmission, videotapes of the conference were sent to local
distribution centers and made available
to all Church units. In addition, television and radio stations and the LDS Radio Network carried portions or all of the
general sessions to large audiences
throughout North America.

General Authorities present

The following General Authorities
of the Church attended one or more of
the sessions:

The First Presidency: Gordon B.
Hinckley, Thomas S. Monson, and
James E. Faust

The Quorum of the Twelve: Boyd K.
Packer, L. Tom Perry, David B. Haight,
Neal A. Maxwell, Russell M. Nelson,
Dallin H. Oaks, M. Russell Ballard,

Joseph B. Wirthlin, Richard G. Scott,
Robert D. Hales, Jeffrey R. Holland,
and Henry B. Eyring

The Presidency of the ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 4823 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 10457-10458 SePart  10, 1930) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 4823 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 10457-10458 SePart 10, 1930)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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CERTIFICATE OF CAMERA OPERATOR
I hereby certify that the microphotographic images appearing on this roll of
film are true and complete microphotographic copies of original records of the Im­
migration and Naturalization Service described above. I operated the camera at the
time that these records were mierophotographecL# # fa f) C

_ _ JAH . . “
 AFFIDAVIT OF SURGEON '

forgeon of the .
__ jiolem nly,£incerely, an d truly . Wdhp----- - * have had „
itilH Y r ------— *V™*9’ experience as a Physician
And Surgeon, and th a t I a m entitled to practice as such by and under the a u th o rity of ... _
m sM u m m g r'
W " 4 K U ........... ^ ...................rr------------------------------------- and th a t I have m ade a personal exam ination of \
each of the'aliensnam ed herein, and th a t the foregoing U tU .o r M anifest S heets , .........._____________ in num ber, a c c o r d in g
to the best o f my knowledge and belief, are full , correct , and: tru e in dll particulars, relative to the m ental and physical
K >‘ condition of such aliens.

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Sworn to before i „ day o f ... ,1 9 Z ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 4678 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 10183-10184 Feb 14, 1930) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 4678 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - 10183-10184 Feb 14, 1930)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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manifests of arriving aliens and United States Citizens and of c r e w lists of arriv­
ing vessels duly delivered to the immigration authorities at the Port of New York,
N. Y., contained in the volume enumerated below for vessels arriving at said port on
the date indicated:




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missioner of Immigration and Naturalization I caused said originals to be micro­
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and compared with the original documents; that the images appearing on this roll of
microfilm are true and complete photographic copies of the above described original
records; and that said original records have been microphotographed to serve as
permanent records in accordance with all of the requirements of Public 115, 78 Con­
gress, First Session, approved July 7, 1943, and of the regulations promulgated by the
National Archives Council and approved by the President of the United States in
accordance with the provisions of Section 2 of said Act.
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A Monograph of the Place-Nomenclature of the Province of New Brunswick A Monograph of the Place-Nomenclature of the Province of New Brunswick
Category Histories, and Local or Place
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location Canada, and New Brunswick
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GIVEN BY
FROM THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CANADA
SECOND SERIES—1896-97
VOLUME II SECTION II
ENGLISH LITERATURE, HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ETC.
A MONOGRAPH OP THE
PLACE-NOMENCLATURE
OF THE
PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK
(CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HISTORY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, No. 2)
By WILLIAM F. GANONG, M.A., Ph.D.
FOR SALE BY
JOHN DURIE & SON, OTTAWA; THE COPP-CLARK CO., TORONTO
BERNARD QUARITCH, LONDON, ENGLAND
1896
II., 1896. [175]
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IX .—A Monograph of the JPlace-nomenclature of the Province of New
Brunswick.
(Contributions to the History of New Brunswick, No. 2.)
By P. M.A., Ph.D.
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illiam anong
(Presented by Dr. George Stewart, F.R.G-.S., and read May 19, 1896.>
CONTENTS.
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ntroduction
P I.—A P art n essay towards an understanding of the rinciples
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of lace nomenclature
1. On the Qualities of Place-names.
2. How Place-names originate, change, and persist or become ex­
tinct.
3. On the Investigation of Place-names.
P II.—T H D P - ­
art he istorical evelopment of the lace nomencla
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ture of ew runswick
1. Nomenclature of the Indian Period.
2. Nomenclature of the Explorers—Norsemen to Champlain.
3. Nomenclature of the ...
Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 0446 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - Apr 11, 1904) Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957 [microform] (Reel 0446 - Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1897-1957 - Apr 11, 1904)
Category Documents & Records, and Passenger Lists
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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LIST OR MANIFEST OF ALIEN PASSENGERS FOR THE U. S. IMMIGRATION OFFICER AT PORT OF ARRIVAL.
Required by the regulations of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, under Act of Congress approved March 3, 1903, to be delivered to the U. S. Immigration pfficer by the Commanding
Officer of any vessel having such passengers on board upon arrival at a port in the United States.

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