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Columbia University Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer 1908 Columbia University Annual Reports of the President and Treasurer 1908
Category Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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Sketches of History, Life, and Manners in the United States Sketches of History, Life, and Manners in the United States
Category Travel Logs
Date 1800's
Location United States, and United States
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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 ...
Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia, March 1917, No. 1 Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia, March 1917, No. 1
Category BMD, Church, Death, and 3 moreHistories, Pictures, Society & Organization
Location United States, and Pennsylvania
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T he importance of the study of history, especially of
Church history, needs no apology, and the w ork accomplishedjin the line of historical research by the American
Catholic H istorical Society amply justifies the existence
of such an organization as an adjunct to the study of
history. N o one who has done any historical research
work, even on the smallest scale, can doubt the utility,
not to say necessity, of a library, archive, and museum,
such as this at 715 Spruce Street. M uch has been done
here in the collection and preservation of books and his­
torical material and in research w ork also. It has meant
great labor to keep the individuality of the society and
to give it a permanent^ home in this historic mansion.
But much w ork still remains to be done if this organ iza­
tion is to carry on the purpose of its existence.
W e have gathered together in thisjbuilding a large
amount of valuable historical matter, and much|that was
hitherto unavailable has been classified and catalogued
in orderly fashion during the past year and a half. The
2 American Catholic Historical Society

eternal question of funds retards our work ...
Annual Reports of the Town of East Kingston, New Hampshire 1939 Annual Reports of the Town of East Kingston, New Hampshire 1939
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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SELECTMEN, TREASURER, HIGHWAY AGENTS
TAX COLLECTOR, TOWN CLERK, TRUSTEES
OF PUBLIC LIBRARY, GALE CEMETERY
COMMITTEE AND TRUSTEES OF
TRUST FUNDS


For the Year E n d in g January 31



19 3 9
BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SCHOOL
TREASURER
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1938

of the °


Town of East Kingston
NEW HAMPSHIRE

TOGETHER W l f H TIIE VITAL STATISTICS
. FOR THE YEAR 1938
  *




ANNUAL REPORTS
of the
SELECTMEN, TREASURER, HIGHWAY AGENTS
TAX COLLECTOR, TOWN CLERK, TRUSTEES
OF PUBLIC LIBRARY, GALE CEMETERY
COMMITTEE AND TRUSTEES OF
TRUST FUNDS

For the Year Ending January 31


BOARD OF EDUCATION AND SCHOOL
TREASURER
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1938
of the

Town of East
NEW HAMPSHIRE
TOGETHER WITH THE VITAL STATISTICS
FOR THE YEAR 1938

AM ESBURY, MASS.
Amesbury Publishing Co., Inc.
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T ow n W arrant

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
(L. S.)
To the Inhabitants of the Town of East Kingston in the
County of Rockingham in said State, qualified to vote in
Town A ffairs: i.



You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in
said East Kingston on Tuesday, the 14th day ...
A History of the Origin and Development of the Governing Conference in Methodism A History of the Origin and Development of the Governing Conference in Methodism
Category Church, and Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United Kingdom, England, United States, and 1 moreUnited States
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whose upright character and useful life as a citizen
and as an official in the Church
caused him, when living,
to be highly respected, and since his death to be
lovingly remembered by all who knew him,

T H I S BOOK IS
  PREFACE.

r I AH E reason for many peculiarities in ecclesiastical
economy must be sought in the circumstances
connected with their crystallization and incorporation.
A knowledge of their history is absolutely necessary
if we would understand their intention; for, in many
instances, an unhistorical interpretation of the lan­
guage of a law will give it a false meaning.
The time has arrived for a re-study of the fun­
damental principles of the ecclesiastical polity of
Methodism. The early generations have passed
away; and the records of facts connected with the
ecclesiastical beginnings are scattered in many books,
manuscripts, fugitive productions, and fragmentary
utterances. These should be collated, and logically
arranged.
In a former book, entitled “ The Evolution of
Episcopacy and Organic Methodism,” * we gave a
study of the Methodist Episcopate, and of the initi­
ation and development of organic Methodism. In
the present work we trace the Conference idea from
the first Conference, held by the Rev. ...
Rupert Brooke: A Memoir Rupert Brooke: A Memoir
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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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
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The Aboriginal Tribes of the Nilgiri Hills The Aboriginal Tribes of the Nilgiri Hills
Category Ethnic Group, and Histories
Date 1800's
Location India
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T h e tribes which I am about to describe are doubtless not alto­
gether unknown by report to various members of this Society, and
I do not claim for myself the credit of bringing forward many
new facts concerning them. My simple object is to promote at­
tention to the subject in hopes of ultim ately eliciting some more
certain information than we possess as to the origin of races
whose early history is shrouded in m ystery and doubt.
All personal experiences, however slight, are of value as con­
tributions to the general fund of information, and I have, there­
fore, not hesitated to comply w ith the request made to me, th at
I would communicate such particulars concerning the hill-tribes
of the Xilgiris as came under my own observation during a three
years’ sojourn on those hills, otherwise known as the Blue
Mountains of the Deccan.
It is not necessary here to describe that well-known range
further than to observe, for better understanding the situation of
the tribes by whom it is inhabited, th at it occupies a nearly
isolated position, has a superficial extent calculated at between
I! 2
4 ABORIGINAL TRIBES OF THE NILGIRI HILLS.

six ...
A Funeral Address, Delivered on the Twenty-Sixth of May 1818, at the Interment of Doctor James Tillary, Late President of the St. AndrewS Society of the City of New York A Funeral Address, Delivered on the Twenty-Sixth of May 1818, at the Interment of Doctor James Tillary, Late President of the St. AndrewS Society of the City of New York
Category Discourses & Writings
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United States, and New York
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Upon this melancholy event, some expression of
those feelings which pervade every heart in this
assembly, is due to the memory of our distinguished associate, whose remains now lie before you. In
the absenre of his much loved reverend friend and
pastor of this church,* by whom this duty would have
been performed in a manner more suited to the solemnity of this occasion, and more in consonance
with your feelings, I am induced to appear before
you, only by my sincere regard for the memory of
our late excellent colleague, and to testify to you
my desire to comply with your wishes in expressing
that respect which we all entertain for our deceased president and fellow citizen. There is a eon
* The Rev. Dr. Mason 6

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solation, melancholy indeed, but not the less
grateful on that account, in paying the humble tribute of esteem and affection to the memory of one
who exhibited so many qualities worthy of our
imitation.

I knew him, and received much of his friendship
at an early period of my life ; and when on a visit
to the land of his birth-place, had the satisfaction
of hearing from his contemporaries, who ...
Annual Report of the Industrial Accident, 1919 Annual Report of the Industrial Accident, 1919
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Montana
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A D M IN IST E R IN G :
W o r k m e n ’s C o m p e n s a tio n A c t
Safety In sp e c tio n L a w s
B o ile r I n sp e c tio n L a w s
S ta tio n a ry E n g in e e r s ’ L ic e n s e L a w
Q u a r t z M in e In sp e c tio n L a w s
C o a l M in e In sp e c tio n L a w s
A lien and I llite ra te E m p lo y e e s A c t


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Variety, December 1917 Variety, December 1917
Category Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, and United States
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LEGIT’S BAD BUSINESS KEEPS UP MARCUS LO EW S ADVICE.
D iscu ssin g c o n d itio n s in the film
business, M a rc us L oe w says the re a ­
BERNHARDT MAY PLAY.
T he clo sin g o f the M m e . B e rn h a rd t
road to u r at M o n tre a l this week m ay

WITH NO CHANGE NOW IN SIGHT son for the h ig h price of fe ature s is
the salaries p a id to picture stars, and
th a t the rem edy lies w ith the ex­
result in B e rnh a rd t ag ain ta k in g up a
v a ude ville tour.
E a rly in the week it looked as th o u g h
n e g o tiatio n s then be ing conducted be­
h ib ito rs.
“T hey are the c ustodia ns o f the p u b ­ tween B e rn h a rd t’s m anage r, W . F. C o n ­
Variety’s Reports from Larger Cities Denote Depressed “$2 ...
Americana Americana
Category Church, Family & Biographies, Histories, and 1 moreLocal or Place
Date 1700's, 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and United States
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Trustee and Treasurer of the New York Genealogical and
Biographical Society and Editor of The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.

[To be Completed in Three Parts]

Part II*

WE have now reached No. 46 on the Grim map. This
number signalized the Bayard property which was
divided into what was denominated the East and
West farms, separated arbitrarily by Great George
Street (Broadway).

It was assembled by Nicholas Bayard, son of Samuel and
Anna (Stuyvesant) Bayard, who was born in Alphen, in Hol* land, and accompanied his widowed mother and uncle, Gov.
Stuyvesant, to New Netherland in May, 1647.

In 1654 he was clerk in the Secretary’s office at New Amsterdam and because, for one reason, that he possessed a knowledge
of the English language, was appointed July 1st, 1657, English
Secretary. On Aug. 16th, 1663, he was made Commissary of

*To appreciate this article the maps on which it is based should be at hand.
They can all be found in Valentine’s Manuals of the years indicated, to wit: Grim,
1743, 4 (1854) ; Holland, 1757 (1859) ; Ratzer, 1766-7 (1854) ; Ratzer, 1767 (1854) ;
Montressor, 1775 (1855) ; Holland, 1776 (1863) ; Map of 1789 (1857) ; Map of 1797
(1853); Survey, 1803 (1856), and Poppleton, 1817 (1853).

(573)  574

THE ROAD TO THE BOUWERIJ

Imports and Exports. {Reg. of Neiv Netherlands, 29, 28, 33.) In
1666, May 23rd, lie ...
Arkansas Code 1987, 2011 Supplement Arkansas Code 1987, 2011 Supplement
Category Directories, Documents & Records, Government, and 1 moreOrganizational
Date 1900's, and 2000's
Location United States, and Arkansas
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Prepared by the Editorial Staff of the Publisher
Under the Direction and Supervision of the
ARKANSAS CODE REVISION COMMISSION
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Senator Sue Madison
Representative John Vines
Representative Darrin Williams
Honorable Bettina E. Brownstein
Honorable Don Schnipper
Honorable David R. Matthews
Honorable Stacy Leeds, Dean, University of Arkansas at
Fayetteville, School of Law
Honorable John DiPippa, Dean, University of Arkansas at
Little Rock, School of Law
Honorable Warren T. Readnour, Senior Assistant Attorney General
Honorable Marty Garrity, Assistant Director for Legal Services of
the Bureau of Legislative Research

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(Pub.40604) TITLE 12

LAW ENFORCEMENT, EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT, AND MILITARY AFFAIRS

(CHAPTERS 1-59 IN VOLUME 8A)

SUBTITLE 4. MILITARY AFFAIRS

CHAPTER

61. MILITARY FORCES.

62. MILITARY PERSONNEL.

64. MILITARY JUSTICE.

SUBTITLE 5. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER

75. ARKANSAS EMERGENCY SERVICES ACT OF 1973.

77. ARKANSAS EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS ACT OF 1989.

80. ...
The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography: Series of Original Memoirs of Distinguished Men The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography: Series of Original Memoirs of Distinguished Men
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1100's, 1200's, 1300's, and 6 more1400's, 1500's, 1600's, 1700's, 1800's, Pre-1000
Location World
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DACIKR, André, a distinguished French scholar, was bom
at Castres in 1651. After receiving such education as his
native town afforded, he was sent to Saumur for the benefit of
studying under the learned Tanneguy Lefevre. This event was
destined to exercise an important influence upon his life, for it
introduced him to a fellow pupil, Anne, the daughter of his
preceptor. A sympathy of tastes soon attracted them to each
other, and their mutual affection led ultimately, in 1683, to a
union which was wittily designated, “ the marriage of Greek and
Latin." This connection introduced him to the notice of the
duke of Montausier, who had charge of the education of the
dauphin; and in consequence he was commissioned to assist in
preparing an edition of the classics, afterwards known as the
“ Delphin edition,” a task in which his wife was associated.
Though an excellent scholar, Dacier's admiration of the ancients
obscured his judgment, and he could see no fault in his favourite
authors. Many of his translations and commentaries possess

VOL. II.

D.E

high merit, and still maintain their place as educational works.
Through the interest of his patron he was appointed librarian of
the Louvre ; he was also ...
City Record, Official Chronicle of Boston Municipal Affairs, No1, 1995 City Record, Official Chronicle of Boston Municipal Affairs, No1, 1995
Category Directories, Organizational, and Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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Annual Reports of the Town of Brentwood, New Hampshire 1960 Annual Reports of the Town of Brentwood, New Hampshire 1960
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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POLICE DEPARTMENT
Chief of Police
OSCAR PAGE, SR.
Officers
JOSEPH SOUTHWICK CHARLES BROWN
JOSEPH SWASEY WILLIAM BARTLETT
EDWARD AHEARN ARTHUR PAGE
FREDERICK GALLANT FRED TAYLOR
Civilian Defense Director
OSCAR PAGE
Dog Officer
FRED H. TAYLOR

FIRE DEPARTMENT
Chief
WILLIAM S. BARTLETT
Fire Warden
WILLIAM S. BARTLETT
Deputy Wardens
GEORGE HILTON EDWARD AHEARN
JOSEPH SWASEY SIDNEY PARSHLEY
SIDNEY LYFORD FREDERICK GALLANT
 BRENTWOOD TOWN REPORT 5

TOWN WARRANT

THE STATE OF NEW HAM PSHIRE
(L.S.)
To the inhabitants of the Town of Brentwood in the
County of Rockingham in said State, qualified to vote in
Town Affairs:
You are hereby notified to meet at the Swasey School
in said Brentwood on Tuesday, the 14th day of March, next,
at ten of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon the following
subjects:
1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year
ensuing.
2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary
to defray town charges for the ensuing year and m ake ap­
propriations of the same.
3. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the
sum of $356.52 for town road aid.
4. To see if the town will vote to accept such portion
of Riverside Drive at West Brentwood as ...
Life in New Bedford a Hundred Years Ago Life in New Bedford a Hundred Years Ago
Category City, and Histories
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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A sm odeus is a sp irit of d isrep u te books. I t com m ences on J a n u a ry 1,
b u t h is facilities fo r g ettin g a b o u t 1823, an d it ends on S eptem ber 30,
w ere high ly developed. By a fo rtu ­ 1824. W hen Moses H. G rinnell died
n a te §et of chances we a re now en ­ in New Y ork, th e se d iaries w ere
abled to u n ro o f th e p a tric ia n hom es found am o n g his p riv ate p ap ers. The
of th e village in a h ig h a n d f a r off G rinnell fam ily recognized th e im ­
tim e w hen “all th in g s in o rd e r stood,” p o rtan c e of th e an n als. I t w as fe lt
as p ic tu red in th e old p rin ts, “a h a u n t by th e fam ily of Mr. G rinnell th ...
The Life of George Dashiell Bayard: Late Captain, U.S.A., and Brigadier-General of Volunteers The Life of George Dashiell Bayard: Late Captain, U.S.A., and Brigadier-General of Volunteers
Category Family & Biographies, Histories, and Military
Date 1800's
Location United States, District of Columbia, New York, and 2 morePennsylvania, Virginia
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"T?OR a number of years I have been frequently solic-*• ited by my family, and by many friends of my son,
the late General Bayard, to prepare and publish a Memoir
of his brief career. Though such a tribute was due to
his memory, nevertheless the effort to render it, was felt
by me to be so painful, that I have too long shrunk from
making it.

But mv advancing years admonish me, not to postpone any longer the execution of what I consider a
sacred duty.

The ample correspondence of General Bayard has
enabled me to give a correct narrative of his life, in a
great measure written by himself.

From his letters the reader will obtain a better
knowledge of his character, principles, and motives of
action, than any more elaborate biography could furnish.

The record of his life needs neither apology nor
defence. He was as faultless as a son, a brother, and
a gentleman, as the most fastidious and exacting could VI

Introduction.

wish. The motto of the great Captain, who made illustrious his name, was ever the inspiration of his life—
uSa?is fieur et sans reproche

To my grandchildren, ...
The Port of New York Authority. Report on the Food Supply of the Port of New York District, 1922 The Port of New York Authority. Report on the Food Supply of the Port of New York District, 1922
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New York
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M r. H. O u t e r b r i d g e ,
E t jg - e n tu s Chairman, The Port of
New York Authority:
In the month of October, 1921, the Nation was
D e a r (S ir .—
threatened with an attempt to cause a total suspension of railroad
transportation.
To meet the situation, which undoubtedly would have meant
peril to health and life as well as economic disorder and loss
within The P ort of New York District, the Port Authority
created an organization for coordinating and regulating all of
the agencies of possible transportation, supply and demand.
One of the units of that organization was the Statistical Section,
comprising a Commodities Committee made up of those trade
groups dealing in the principal necessaries of life, and a Govern­
mental Agencies Committee made up of agencies of the Nation,
the States of New York and New Jersey and the City of New
York, and a representative of Columbia University.
To the Statistical Section under the direction of the chief
statistician of the Port Authority was delegated the function of
gathering information of consumptive needs and possible sources
of supply of foodstuffs and other necessaries. ...
The Official Records of Robert Dinwiddie, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia, 1751-1758 The Official Records of Robert Dinwiddie, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia, 1751-1758
Category Correspondence, Histories, and Military
Date 1700's
Location United States, and Virginia
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GOVERNOR DINW IDD IE TO D AN IEL VVOLSTENHOLME,
MERCHANT AT AN NAPO LIS.


June 13th, 1755.
S ir :
M y last to Y o u was b y Mr. R ’ t Calender with m y O rder to
pay him some M oney for Horses, & c. I desire Y o u will now
send me Y ’ r A c c ’ t stated, and the Balia, in Y ’ r hands please
p a y to G ’ r Sh arpe and take his R eceipt for it, w ’ ch please trans­
mit to me. I owe him some M on ey w ’ ch is the reason for
g iv in g Y o u y ’ s Trouble. I wish Y o u Health, and am,
Sir, y ’ r very h ’ ble se rv ’ t.




GOVERNOR DIN W IDD IE T O GENERAL BRADDOCK.


June 16th, 1755.
S ir :
L ast F rid a y arrived two Ships from Londo. T h e enclos’ d
L e t’ s came b y them, w ’ ch I wish safe to Y ’ r Hands, and the
Bearer, C ’ t S to n e,lB has a large P acket for Y o u , w ’ ch he ...
The New England Magazine The New England Magazine
Category Periodicals & Magazines
Date 1800's
Location United States, and New England
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The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut, From the Aboriginal Period to the Year 1805 The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut, From the Aboriginal Period to the Year 1805
Category Ethnic Group, and Histories
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Connecticut
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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 a s p re se rv e d fo r g e n e ra tio n s o n lib ra ry sh e lv e s b e fo re it w a s c a re fu lly sc a n n e d b y G o o g le as p a rt o f a p ro ject
to m ak e the w o rld ’s b o o k s d isc o v e ra b le o n lin e.
It h as survived lo n g en o u g h fo r th e c o p y rig h t to e x p ire and the b o o k to e n te r Ihe 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 ev er su b ject
to co p y rig h t o ...
Journal of Proceedings, Board of Supervisors, City and County of San Francisco 1985 Journal of Proceedings, Board of Supervisors, City and County of San Francisco 1985
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 2 morePeriodicals & Magazines, Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and California
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[Lease of Property]
Ordinance approving lease of Water Department property in Santa Clara
County between Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Clara and
City and County of San Francisco, operating by and through the
Public Utilities Commission. (Supervisor Renne)

File 65-85-11, Ordinance No. 354-85

Finally passed.


Recommendation of Public Works Committee


Finally Passed

(Flower Market]
Ordinance amending Public Works Code, to add a flower market on the
west sidewalk of Castro Street north of the main entrance to the
Harvey Milk Plaza Muni Metro Station. (Supervisor Britt)

File 185-85, Ordinance No. 356-85

(Amends Section 155.)

Finally passed.


Recommendations of Transportation and Traffic Committee


Adopted

[Traffic Regulation]
Resolution enacting traffic regulations on Twin Peaks Boulevard,
closing the right lane from northbound Twin Peaks Boulevard to
eastbound Twin Peaks Boulevard at the intersection of Twin Peaks
Boulevard and Clarendon Avenue, for a trial period of one year.
(Supervisor Molinari)

File 18-85-16, Resolution No. 630-85

Adopted.


[Stop Intersections]
Resolution designating and rescinding certain intersections as "STOP"
intersections. (Department of Public Works)

File 18-85-20, Resolution No. 631-85

(Stop Intersections - Establish




- 916  Monday, July 1, 1985



20th and Capp Streets, stopping westbound and eastbound traffic
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Annual Report of the Town of Bethlehem, New Hampshire 1959 Annual Report of the Town of Bethlehem, New Hampshire 1959
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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To the School Board and Citizens of Bethlehem:
It is with pleasure that I submit to you my annual
report relative to your schools.
Only one change took place in the faculty this past
year and this was the result of the tragic death of Mr.
John A. Wirtanen in early September. We were fortu­
nate to obtain the services of Mr. Ronald MacDougall,
Jr., of Berlin, New Hampshire. Mr. MacDougall is a
graduate of Plymouth Teachers College and received
his Master of Arts degree in English from the Univer­
sity of New Hampshire in 1958. He had previous teach­
ing experience in Weare High School.
The enrollment this year is 173 with 120 in Grades
one through eight, and with 53 in Grades nine through
twelve. These figures show an increase of eight pupils
in the high school.
Since my last report a number of minor repairs have
been completed. The science laboratory was painted,
the main entrance to the auditorium was painted, the
auditorium and stage floors were sanded and refinished,
steps at the main entrance to the building were re­
paired, stokers were reconditioned and linoleum floor
covering was laid in the teachers’ room.
The school building experienced the first sign ...
The Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 1891 The Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 1891
Category Discourses & Writings, Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location Australia
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Daily Colonist, May 31, 1885 Daily Colonist, May 31, 1885
Category Newspapers
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and British Columbia
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