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Annual Reports of the Town of Roxbury, New Hampshire 1989 Annual Reports of the Town of Roxbury, New Hampshire 1989
Category BMD, Birth, Death, and 6 moreDirectories, Discourses & Writings, Histories, Marriage, Organizational, Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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17.To see if the Town will vote to approve the issuance of a purchase order
by the Town of Roxbuiy, to allow Police Chief Earl D. Nelson to purchase for
himself a Police Package Motor Vehicle, provided that the purchase of this
motor vehicle by Chief Nelson shall result in no cost to the Town?

18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Roxbury Planning Board to
review site plans, and to develope any such regulations as may be required.

19. To transact any other business which may come before the said
meeting.

Given under our hands and seal, the 14th day of February, in the year of
our Lord nineteen hundred and ninety.

Richard L. Whipple
Thomas D. Benson
Michael Neylan
Selectmen of Roxbuiy
A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

Richard L. Whipple
Thomas D. Benson
Michael Neylan TOWN OF ROXBURY
January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990
BUDGET

Appropriations

PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION 1989-90

Town Officers Salary Art.2 * 3,350.00

Town Officers Expenses Art. 2 * 2,800.00

Election and Registration Expenses Art. 2 * 250.00

Cemeteries Art. 6 400.00

General Government Buildings Art. 2 * 1,600.00

Reappraisal of Property Art. 16 (Captial Reserve) 3,000.00

Planning and Zoning SWRP Art. 12 235.00

Legal Expenses Art 2. * 1,550.00

Contingency Fund Art. 8 100.00

Public Safety
Police Department
Fire Department Art. 5
Highways, Streets S’ Bridges
Town ...
Annual Report the Town of Dorchester, New Hampshire 1966 Annual Report the Town of Dorchester, New Hampshire 1966
Category BMD, Birth, Death, and 3 moreDirectories, Marriage, Organizational
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary
to defray town charges for the ensuing year and to makq
appropriations for the same.

3. To see what sums of money the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate for OLD AGE ASSISTANCE and TOWN
POOR.

U. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary
for repairing highways and bridges for the ensuing year,
and to make appropriation for same.

5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of Taxes.

6. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the
sum of $2^.00 for the purpose of publicizing and promoting the natural advantages and resources of the Town
of Dorchester, together with other Towns in the DartmouthLake Sunapee Region.

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $158.09 to secure from the State $3,053-91 to be

3 expended for Town Road Aid.

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate money to add to the Capital Reserve Fund for repairs to Town Hall and other Town Buildings.

9* To see if Town will vote to change wording to read,
Capital Reserve Fund for ...
History of the Girodists or Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the French History of the Girodists or Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the French
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location France
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Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Category Documents & Records, Histories, Land, and 2 moreSociety & Organization, State
Date 1800's
Location United States, and Wisconsin
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A Journey to Central Africa by Bayard Taylor, 1852 A Journey to Central Africa by Bayard Taylor, 1852
Category Interviews & Personal Histories, and Travel Logs
Date 1800's
Location Africa, Egypt, and Turkey
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T here is an old Italian proverb, which says a man
has lived to no purpose, unless he has either built a
house, begotten a son, or written a book As I have
already complied more than once with the latter of
these requisitions, I must seek to justify the present
repetition thereof, on other grounds. My reasons for
offering this volume to the public are, simply, that
there is room for it. It is the record of a journey which
led me, for the most part, over fresh fields, by paths
which comparatively few had trodden before me. Al­
though I cannot hope to add much to the general
stock of information concerning Central Africa, I may
serve, at least, as an additional witness, to confirm or
illustrate the evidence of others. Hence, the prepara­
tion of this work has appeared to me rather in the light
2 PREFACE.



of a duty than a diversion, and I have endeavored to
impart as much instruction as amusement to the
reader. While seeking to give correct pictures ot the
rich, adventurous life into which I was thrown, 1 have
resisted the temptation to yield myself up to its more
subtle and poetic aspects. ...
Fred M. Radichel, Boy Scouts of America Termination File Fred M. Radichel, Boy Scouts of America Termination File
Category Correspondence, Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Michigan
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Book of Reference to the Plan of the Parish of Abergele Book of Reference to the Plan of the Parish of Abergele
Category Documents & Records, and Land
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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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 ...
Annual Report of the Director to the Board of Trustees for the Year 1909, No. 4 Annual Report of the Director to the Board of Trustees for the Year 1909, No. 4
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Illinois
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To the Trustees of Field Museum of N atural H istory:
I have the honor to present a report of the operations of the
Museum for the year ending December 31, 1909.
In the extension of its scientific operations into remote lands,
and in the accum ulation of m aterial of great value from new fields
consist the more im portant activities of the Museum for 1909. The
expedition into Tibet, in the South Pacific Islands, and in the Philip­
pines, and the acquisition of m aterial b y purchase from E g y p t and
German New Guinea, the R othrock herbaria and library, and the
collections m ade b y subordinate Museum expeditions in Guatem ala,
British N ew Guinea, Berm uda, Fiji Islands, etc., have unitedly
brought to the stores of the institution the m ost valuable m aterial
from ev ery point of view th a t a n y year has recorded. This has been
done w ithou t interference w ith the w ork of rearranging and labeling
and recasing old m aterial and the installation of new m aterial in
accordance with the plans for the occupation of the new building,
inaugurated four years ago. ...
A Temple of Sacred Memories in the Breast of a Granite Mountain A Temple of Sacred Memories in the Breast of a Granite Mountain
Category Histories, and Local or Place
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United States, and Georgia
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At the base of the precipice of Stone Mountain, below the central group of sculpture, will
be located the great Memorial Hall, dedicated to
the women of the Southern Confederacy.

Augustus Lukeman was engaged as the Sculptor of the Stone Mountain Memorial in April.
1925. In less than twelve months he had
created not only a magnificent design for the
central group of sculpture, representing the Confederate High Command, but also a Memorial
Hall plan complete in every detail, which some
of the highest authorities in America have pronounced a masterpiece of architecture.

To produce in that length of time two designs of such magnitude, the one a work of
sculpture and the other a combination of sculpture and architecture, was a monumental
achievement, demonstrating that he is an artist
of extraordinary creative power.

Memorial Hall will not be a structure built
stone upon stone, but a vast semi-circular chamber hollowed out of solid rock; ninety-five feet
wide, fifty feet deep and fifty feet high; every
detail of architecture and sculpture carved out
of the living stone; the most enduring and beautiful shrine of the ages: a temple of sacred memories in ...
Constitution of the St. Andrews Society of the City of Toronto and Home District of Upper Canada, With a List of Its Officers. Instituted 5th May, 1835 Constitution of the St. Andrews Society of the City of Toronto and Home District of Upper Canada, With a List of Its Officers. Instituted 5th May, 1835
Category Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1800's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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Scotchmen, and the Children, Grand Children,
and great-Grand Children, of Natives of Scotland,
shall be admitted as resident Members of the Society, all resident Members to be considered as natives
of Scotland.

When any person is to be proposed for admission
as a resident Member, the Member proposing shall
give to the Secretary at a meeting of the Society, a
written notification thereof, mentioning the name
of the Candidate, his occupation, and the placo
of his nativity, according to the form in tho
Appendix, which notification shall be read, and at
the next meeting he may be elected. The election
shall be by ballot, and the consent of three-fourths
of the Members present shall be necessary to the
admission of a candidate. None but resident Members shall be entitled to vote in the elections, or 6

other business of the Society, and none shall be considered as resident Members until they shall have
paid the fee of admission, and subscribed the Constitution.

ARTICLE III.

Of Honorary Members.

Natives of Scotland, or children, and grand
children, of Natives of Scotland, or of resident Members, and who may be strangers to the City, may be
proposed and ballotted ...
Annual Report Boston Psychopathic Hospital 1922 Annual Report Boston Psychopathic Hospital 1922
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Massachusetts
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To H is Excellency the Governor an d the Honorable Council.
The Trustees of the Boston Psychopathic Hospital in this their second annual
report wish especially to comment on the steadiness and smoothness with which
this institution, with its intake and outgo of nearly 2,000 patients a year, con­
tinues in operation. Considering the acutely disturbed mental state of a con­
siderable num ber of the patients as they arrive a t the hospital, and the delusions
th a t preoccupy many of those not so badly excited, the Trustees themselves often
marvel at the very little difficulty th a t arises in the management of the patients
and, more specifically, a t the am enability of patients with mental disorders to the
modern hum anitarian methods of treatm ent.
As we officially visit the hospital by night or by day, we see plainly th a t these
admirable results are obtained only through the devoted services of the staff and
through co-operation of individual with individual and co-ordination of depart­
m ent with departm ent. For this continuing and frequently freshened co-operation
and co-ordination we have to thank the talented Director of the hospital and the
fine will-to-service of all ...
Charles E. Ladison, Boy Scouts of America Termination File Charles E. Ladison, Boy Scouts of America Termination File
Category Correspondence, Histories, and Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Virginia
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SUSPENDED OR DENIED REGISTRATION FOR FOLLOWING REASONS:
Co nt ri b ut i ng to the delinquency of minors

SPECIFY THE FACTS WHICH LEAD YOU TO RECOMMEND DENIAL OF REGISTRATION AND
A T T A C H SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (STATE ONLY KNOWN FACTS, NOT RUMOR, CONJECTURE
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NORFOLK — Charles Ernest La.- />'M dison, who admitted having numer­
ous sexuaf relationships with
children, wns? sentenced Wednesday
:r f5 years in prison for raping a 10-'
year-old girl he met at church.
Circuit Judge W. Moultrie Guerry .
sentenced him . to 80 years but sus- ;
pended 25. He also placed Ladison,
who the prosecutor sa^d robbed the
girl of her youth, on 20 years' proba­
tion after* his release. He will be elf- gibfe for parole In about 12 years;
Police say the quiet, almost shy,
35-year-oid Ladison fits the profile of
a pedophile — someone whose prima­
A*i
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In the Derbyshire Highlands: Highways, Byeways, and My Ways in the Peake Countrie In the Derbyshire Highlands: Highways, Byeways, and My Ways in the Peake Countrie
Category Travel Logs
Date 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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To the Genius of the Guide Book these
modest touch-and-go sketches have no pretence; yet sufficient accuracy and attention
to detail are observed to enable the reader
to follow with facility the footsteps of the
writer.

In anticipation of shrewd criticism hinting,
with a nudge of superior wisdom, that several
of the places mentioned in these pages are
not in Derbyshire at all, but belong to
Staffordshire or Cheshire, the author would
submit beforehand that the Peake Countrie
should not be called upon to scrupulously toe
an arbitrary topographical line; and he would
meekly suggest that when the wayward
wanderings of a mountain stream, or the
curves of a lonely valley, take the reader on PREFACE.

ix.

to the borderlands, he need not dispute the
landmark of county demarcation, like an
ordnance surveyor, a litigious landowner, or
a haggling Highway Board.

But these “tiny travels” off the beaten
track are not likely to send mankind into
convulsions of controversy; and, perhaps, so
small a volume scarcely required so large a
preface.

STREPHON.

Derby, 1881, ROUND BY THE ROCHES,

WITH A LOOK AT

LUDCHUECH.

Come, let us to the hills! where none but Gocl
Can overlook us; for I hate to ...
Henry Martyn, Saint and Scholar : First Modern Missionary to the Mohammedans, 1781-1812 Henry Martyn, Saint and Scholar : First Modern Missionary to the Mohammedans, 1781-1812
Category Church, Histories, and Interviews & Personal Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location India, Iran, United Kingdom, and 1 moreEngland
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CHAPTER PAGE

I. Cornw all and C a m b r i d g e , 1 7 8 1 - 1 8 0 3 .......................................... 1

II. L y d i a G r e n f e l l .............................................................................................. 43

III. T he N ine Months’ V oyage— South A m erica— South
A frica, 1 8 0 5 - 1 8 0 6 ..............................................................................101

IV. India an d t h e E a s t in t h e Year 1806 . . . . .......132

V. C a lcu tta and Seram pore, 1 8 0 6 ......................................................150

VI. D inapore and P a t n a , 1 8 0 7 - 1 S 0 9 ...............................................199

VII. Cayvnpore, 1 8 0 9 - 1 8 1 0 ..................................................................... 257

VIII. From C a l c u t t a to C eylo n , Bombay, a n d A rab ia . . 315

IX. In P e r sia — B ushire and S h i r a z , 181 i . . . . 340

X. I n P ersia— C ontroversies w ith M o h a m m e d a n s , Soofis,
and Je w s .............................................................................................. ........... 370

X I. In P e rs ia — T r a n s l a t i n g t h e S c r ip tu r e s . . . . 417

XII. S h iraz to Tabreez— T h e P ersian N ew T estam ent . 461

XIII. In P ersia and T u rk e ...
John Patrick, Third Marquess of Bute, K.T., 1847-1900; A Memoir John Patrick, Third Marquess of Bute, K.T., 1847-1900; A Memoir
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1800's, and 1900's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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CHAPTER I
EARLY LIFE
1847-1861
J ohn third Marquess of Bute, Earl of
P a t r ic k ,
Windsor, Mountjoy and Dumfries, holder of nine
other titles in the peerages of Great Britain and of
Scotland, and a baronet of Nova Scotia, was fifteenth
in descent from Robert II., King of Scotland, who,
towards the end of the fourteenth century, created
his son John Stuart, or Steuart, hereditary sheriff
of the newly-erected county of Bute, Arran and
Cumbrae, making to him at the same time a grant
of land in those islands. His lineal descendant, the
sixth sheriff of Bute, who adhered faithfully to the
monarchy in the Civil Wars, and suffered consider­
ably in the royal cause, was created a baronet in
1627 J an(l his grandson, a stalwart opponent of the
union of Scotland with England, was raised to the
peerage of Scotland as Earl of Bute, with several
subsidiary titles, in 1702. Lord Bute's grandson,
the third earl, was the well-known Tory minister
and favourite of the young king, George III., and his
mother—a faithful servant of his sovereign, a man
of culture and refinement, admirable as husband,
father, and friend, and withal, by the irony ...
Bulletin of Memphis State University, 1962-1963 Bulletin of Memphis State University, 1962-1963
Category Directories, Histories, Organizational, and 1 moreSociety & Organization
Date 1900's
Location United States, and Tennessee
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MEMPHIS STATE
UNIVERSITY
BULLETIN
CATALOG ISSUE 1962-63
 D ir e c t o r y f o r C o r r e s p o n d e n c e
Inquiries will receive prompt attention if addressed to the ad­
ministrative officers indicated below, at Memphis State University,
Memphis 11, Tennessee.
A d m is s io n Dean of Admissions
A l u m n i A f f a ir s The Alumni Secretary
D e g r ee R e q u ir e m e n t s Director of the school in which
the degree is offered
E n t r a n c e E x a m in a t io n Dean of Admissions
E v a l u a t io n of C r e d it s Dean of Admissions
E v e n in g C o u r s e s , Director, The Evening Division
E x t e n s io n C o u r se s Director, The Extension Division
F in a n c ia l and B u s in e s s The Business Manager
A f f a ir ...
Annual Report of the Town of Deering, New Hampshire 2008 Annual Report of the Town of Deering, New Hampshire 2008
Category BMD, Birth, City, and 3 moreDeath, Histories, Marriage
Date 2000's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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H er d edication to the local com m unity w as un d er the radar. She did not
seek n o r needed recognition for the m any good deeds that she displayed
to any and all. She often said that she p referred to w ork behind the
scenes to help and let others get the praise. Each y ear she w ould bake a
w onderful chocolate cake for the new ly elected selectm an, even i f it
w as not h er candidate o f choice. I told h er one tim e that it w as w orth
running fo r office to get one o f h er cakes and to m y surprise she baked
one for me.

C ecille J. Safford w as b o m on N o v em b er 8, 1923 to N erine W am e
G ilbert D uarte and L eroy C harles G ilbert. A fter w o rk in g for a short
tim e at station W K X L in C oncord she and a friend decid ed to h ead w est
to Los A ngeles. W hile in C ...
Annual Report, City of Somersworth, 1980 Annual Report, City of Somersworth, 1980
Category City, Directories, Histories, and 1 moreOrganizational
Date 1900's
Location United States, and New Hampshire
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1980 RESOLUTIONS

1. Resolution on NERCOM. 3/11/80.

2. Resolution on Housing Authority. 4 1 80 (Loan on 45 dwelling units St. Martin’s
Complex).

3. Resolution Community Development. 4/1 80.

4. Resolution on Housing Authority 4 1 80 (St. Martin’s Complex).

5. Resolution on Wastewater Employees. 4 1 / 80.

6. Resolution Chandler School. 5/7/80.

7. Resolution Budget Advisory Committee. 6/3/80.

8. Resolution on Chandler School. 7/23/80.

9. Resolution on Hydro Project. 7/23/80.

10. Resolution on Transfer of Land on Main Street. 7/23/80.

11. Resolution Purchase of Land and Building 35-39 High Street. 8 28/80.

12. Resolution Solid Waste Study. 10/7/80.

13. Resolution on Hydro Contract. 10/7/80.

14. Resolution N.H. Housing Commission. 10/7/80.

15. Resolution City Vehicles. 11 5/80 (Use of).

16. Resolution City Vehicles. 12/2/80 (Color, etc.).

17. Resolution Transfer of Funds. 12 11 80.

18. Resolution Buffumsville Road Bridge. 12 11/80.

19. Resolution on Tax Anticipation Notes. 12/20/80.

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT
ANNUAL REPORT 1980

Receipts:

Restaurant License Fees ....................................................... $ 895.00

Septic System Permits............................................................. 330.00

Milk License Fees.................................................................. 42.00

Stamping Health Certificates........................................................ 4.00

TOTAL ................................................................ $1271.00

Activities for the Year:

Inspection of Business Establishment ................................................ 302

Complaints ........................................................................... 71

Investigation of Complaints........................................................... 71

Inspection of Areas.................................................................. 121

Inspection Septic System (average three inspection per system) ....................... 66

Inspection of School Building (interior & exterior).................................... 7

Inspection of School Cafeteria......................................................... 6

Inspection of Industries............................................................... 9

Inspection of Foster Home (for State Welfare Dept.).................................. 4

Inspection of Day Care Center.......................................................... 1

Inspection of Meal for Old Age Program................................................. 1

Inspection of Head Start (state program)............................................... I

Inspection of Strafford Learning Center................................................ I

Inspection of Boys Home ............................................................... 1

Was 1410 hours on ...
A Computer Simulation for the Evaluation of Artillery Direct Fire Support Systems. A Computer Simulation for the Evaluation of Artillery Direct Fire Support Systems.
Category Military, and Service
Date 1900's
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control state is shown in Figure 4.

f. Control State 6

Control in this state pertains to freedom of movement.

During the progression of the simulation, a unit FPC is never

allowed to advance w hen it is ahead of its sister unit by more than

a specified separation distance. The distance used is 1/5 the

distance from the unit line of departure to the objective center.

When a unit enters this state, movement becomes restricted. The

algorithm controlling unit movement is shown in Figure 8.

g. Control States 7, 8, 9

Once a unit enters state 5, it becomes eligible for

the assignment of a subsequent objective. The subsequent objective

can be either independent of the next higher objective or can be

a portion of this objective. The assignment rules for new

objectives are illustrated in Figure 5 and Figure 6. A unit is

placed in control ...
Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Prickitt, Eves, Evans, Moore, Troth, Borton and Engle Families Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Prickitt, Eves, Evans, Moore, Troth, Borton and Engle Families
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1600's, 1700's, and 1800's
Location United Kingdom, England, United States, and 1 moreUnited States
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Th e small numbers indicate the generation of each person. In
tracing the trunk line o f ancestry o f any one, or of a fam ily, it
w ill be v ery readily done by follo w in g back from generation to
generation the page numbers on the margin, set opposite to the
parents of each and every family. A n d to find the ancestry of
persons zvho have married into the different families— zvherever
their ancestry could readily be traced— it w ill be found to fo llo w
after the fam ily into which such person or persons have married.

Richard Haines and Margaret, Jiis wife, of “ Aynhoe of ye
H ill,” Northamptonshire, England, with their children— Richard,
William, Thomas and M a ry — sailed from the Downs, England,
in the ship “ A m ity ” — Richard Diamond’s ship— on the 23d of
April, 1682. T hey had a long and tedious v o y a g e ; Richard, the
father, sickened and died'', and after his death, Joseph, the fifth
son, was born in mid-ocean. John, the eldest son, came to A m er­
ica two years previously to his father's family, and lived in ...
David Laing, a Memoir of His Life and Literary Work, With Introd. by Lord Guthrie David Laing, a Memoir of His Life and Literary Work, With Introd. by Lord Guthrie
Category Family & Biographies, and Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and Scotland
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Thus ends the narrative which, though only a
fragment up to the thirtieth year of his age, is
yet a precious one. While much more that we
would have liked to know is omitted, it gives a
succinct and unpretentious account of his early
days such as could not otherwise have been
presented. It is entirely in his own handwriting
in one of his small manuscript volumes, but a
copy of it in a recent hand, and not very accurate,
has also been found among the papers.

The story of his childhood is artlessly told, as
indeed is the whole narrative, bearing the impress
of truth and modesty at every turn. Parental
aspirations for his future eminence in ecclesiastical
life or in professional position other than the
ancestral vocation did not come to realisation,
and the great book-lover was left to rise to his
own special eminence in his own special way.
For this I think we should feel grateful; for,
though there is no saying to what distinction he
might have attained in some other domain of
intellectual life, had the Fates so ordained, yet
he could not have been the D a v id L a i n ...
Canadian Art Libraries Newsletter [periodical], March 1996 Canadian Art Libraries Newsletter [periodical], March 1996
Category Histories, Periodicals & Magazines, and Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Canada
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At the fall meeting of the Northwest Chapter of ARLIS/NA there seemed to be
sufficient interest to encourage me in this decision. I also think that it would
be nice to finish off with volume 20 which will be the current numbering,

I am hoping that some form of electronic publishing will be possible in the
future. I cannot undertake it myself but I am sure that there are others who
will be able to do so.

I am not attending ARLIS/NA next month. I have an important meeting here in B.C.
which conflicts with the ARLIS conference. I am sorry to miss seeing my friends
again, since it is the only time that we all get together.

I am also not planning on IPLA in Beijing. I visited China three years ago and
do not wish to go back at this time. I shall have to depend on others to give me
reports on the meetings which I am missing. I am sure that someone will come to
my assistance.

Mel va J. Dwyer, Editor
2976 McBride Avenue
Surrey, BC V4A 3G6
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Autobiography of the Life and Times of the Rev. George Pegler Autobiography of the Life and Times of the Rev. George Pegler
Category Family & Biographies, Histories, and Interviews & Personal Histories
Date 1700's, and 1800's
Location United Kingdom, and England
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Solomon once said, “ Of making books there is no end.” W hat
he would say were he living in our day it is difficult to conjecture,
for books of various kinds seem to be as numerous as the leaves of
autumn, and pass into obscurity as soon as they.
Some volumes presented to the public at the present time are, in
my humble opinion, better fitted for the waste-basket than for
circulation, especially among indiscriminate youth; and very proba­
bly many who condescend to peruse the following pages may have
a similar opinion of my humble effort.
However, this work was not begun or continued in a spirit of
ostentation. The author had no vain desire to gratify; neither had
he any expectation to edify or amuse critical readers; but in a plain
and simple manner he has recorded some interesting facts connect­
ed with the various phases of his checkered life.
I have often been requested by kind and indulgent friends, to
whom some of the incidents here written have been related, to pro­
duce a work of this k in d ; but I have been deterred from complying
with their wishes until very recently, from a conscious sense ...
Empire Club of Canada Addresses 1920 Empire Club of Canada Addresses 1920
Category Directories, Discourses & Writings, Histories, and 2 moreOrganizational, Society & Organization
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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(2) Branches of the Club may be established with the
authority of the Executive Committee, and subject to
such conditions and regulations as may from time to time
be decided upon by the Club in Toronto.

(3) A committee may be appointed, under the provisions of sub-section 2, article 1, for the establishment of
branches of the Club, and the word “Unit” shall denote a
Branch.

Classes of Members

Art. 2.—The membership of the Club shall be open to
any man of the full age of eighteen years who is a
British subject and shall consist of

(a) Active Resident Members.

(b) Non-Resident Members.

(c) Life Members.

(d) Honorary Members.

Active Resident Members and Non-Resident Members

Art. 3.—(1) Candidates for membership shall be proposed and seconded by two members of the Club in good
standing, and shall be elected by a two-thirds majority
of those present at any meeting of the Executive Committee.

(3) Active resident members shall pay an annual fee
of $3.00 and non-resident members $2.00, this fee to
include membership, obtained after October fifteenth in
any year, till December thirty-first of the following year.

ix X EMPIRE CLUB OF CANADA

No member in arrears for fees or dues shall be considered
to ...
Dominion Medical Monthly Dominion Medical Monthly
Category Directories, and Professional
Date 1900's
Location Canada, and Ontario
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from the appendix which hail been a factor in causing intestinal
obstruction. The distal end of the appendix was thus left firmly
imbedded in the pus wall. A partially buried cystic ovary was sep­
arated and it, together with the pus tube and uterus, were removed.
Fresh pads were put in position. 'The line of cleavage l>eing found
between the abscess and the broad liganent, the wall of the former
was separated with fingers and gauze. As the sac wall was thin at
the part to which the appendix was still attached, with the most
careful dissection a slight leak of pus was unavoidable.
The adjustment of pelvic peritoneum, toilet of the pelvis, an
abdomino-vaginal drain, and through and through sutures of silk
worm gut to close the wound completed the operation.
R e m a r k s .— Appendicitis is not an uncommon cause of intestinal
obstruction, but this case, by reason of complications, probably
merits a place in our list. The pus tube and cystic ovary might
well be caused from an infected uterus, but the abscess in the broad
ligament was evidently secondary to a diseased appendix.
As a rule, when practicable, it is safer to ...