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" ... may, at the discretion of the justice or court having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine mentioned in the first section... "
The National Almanac and Annual Record for ... - Page 294
1864
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The Connecticut Common School Journal and Annals of Education, Volume 21

Henry Barnard - Education - 1866
...attending school, and growing up in ignorance, between the ages of seven and sixteen years, may, at the discretion of the justice or court having jurisdiction...reformation, or suitable situation provided for the purpose by such city or town under the authority of the first section, for such time not exceeding two years,...
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Report, Volume 7

New Hampshire State Board of Education - 1853
...occupation, or growing up in ignorance, may at the discretion of the justice of the peace or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine...mentioned in the first section, be •committed to any said institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable situation as may be provided for...
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A Digest of the Laws of New Hampshire Pertaining to Common Schools: With ...

Samuel Newell Bell - Education - 1853 - 72 pages
...or growing up in ignorance, may, at the discretion of the justice of the peace or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine...mentioned in the first section, be committed to any said institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable situation as may be provided for...
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Laws and Resolves Relating to Public Instruction in Massachusetts, Passed in ...

Massachusetts - 1853 - 41 pages
...or growing up in ignorance,, may, at the discretion of the justice of the peace or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine mentioned in the first section of said act, be committed to any such institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable...
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The Compiled Statutes of the State of New Hampshire: To which are Prefixed ...

New Hampshire - Law - 1854 - 679 pages
...occupation, Or growing up in ignorance, may at the discretion of the justice of the peace or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine...mentioned in the first section, be committed to any said institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable situation as may be provided for...
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Ordinances of the City of Worcester: With the City Charter, and Other City Laws

Worcester (Mass.). - Municipal charters - 1854 - 141 pages
...of growing up in ignorance, may, at the discretion of the justice of the peace or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine mentioned in the first section of said act, be committed to any such institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 23, Part 2

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1855
...or growing up in ignorance, may, at the discretion of the justice of the pence or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine mentioned in the first section of said act, be committed to any such institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable...
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Annual Report of the Commissioners ..., Volume 21, Part 2

1855
...urisdiction of the case, instead of the tine mentioned in the first section of said "Ħict, be commuted to any such institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable situation, as may be provided for the purpose uuder the authority ifivcn in said first section, for such timo...
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Thomas' Town Officer: A Digest of the Laws of Massachusetts in Relation to ...

Benjamin Franklin Thomas - Forms (Law) - 1856 - 486 pages
...or growing up in ignorance, may, at the discretion of the justice of the peace or judicial officer having jurisdiction of the case, instead of the fine mentioned in the first section of said act, be committed to any such institution of instruction, house of reformation, or suitable...
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Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 3

Education - 1873
...occupation or business, and not attending school, between the ages of seven and sixteen years, may in the discretion of the justice or court having jurisdiction of the case, be committed to any such truant school,provided for the purpose under the authority of the next preceding...
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