The International Year Book

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Page 134 - Delaware Maryland Virginia North Carolina . South Carolina . Georgia Florida Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Texas Arkansas Tennessee West Virginia . Kentucky Ohio Michigan Indiana Illinois...
Page 73 - Sufficient evidence has been adduced to convince your Committee, — 1. That Carriages can be propelled by steam on common roads at an average rate of ten miles per hour. 2. That at this rate they have conveyed upwards of fourteen passengers.
Page 504 - ... superior agent or officer, or of a person having the right to control or direct the services of the party injured...
Page 170 - Beneficent provision for the poor, the unfortunate, and orphan being one of the first duties of a civilized and Christian State, the general assembly shall, at its first session, appoint and define the duties of a board of public charities, to whom shall be intrusted the supervision of all charitable and penal State institutions, and who shall annually report to the governor upon their condition, with suggestions for their improvement.
Page 73 - ... by the feet of horses in common draught, such carriages will cause less wear of roads than coaches drawn by horses.
Page 504 - Knowledge by any employee injured, of the defective or unsafe character or condition of any machinery, ways or appliances, shall be no defense to an action for injury caused thereby, except as to conductors or engineers in charge of dangerous or unsafe cars, or engines voluntarily operated by them.
Page 245 - ... with unfailing loyalty, rendered material aid to the cause of independence as a recognized patriot, as soldier or sailor, or as a civil officer in one of the several Colonies or States, or of the United Colonies or States," provided that the applicant shall be acceptable to the Society.
Page 388 - For the protection of the quality of our American citizenship and of the wages of our workingmen against the fatal competition of low-priced labor, we demand that the immigration laws be thoroughly enforced, and so extended as to exclude from entrance to the United States those who can neither read nor write.
Page 302 - ... it would be an act of bad faith on the part of the client and the opposite party to compromise the action without the consent of or without consulting such attorney.

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