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" We desire to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact, that... "
Journal. Appendix - Page 41
by Tennessee. General Assembly. House of Representatives - 1885
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Governor's Message and Annual Reports of the Public Officers of the ..., Part 2

Virginia - Virginia - 1854
...the discharge of his responsible duties. Before leaving this subject, the Board feel it their duty to call the attention of the general assembly to the fact, that there is no provision made by law requiring the Virginia Central railroad company to pay toll on the...
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Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Missouri at the ...

Missouri. General Assembly. House of Representatives - Missouri - 1851
...• 9,715 00 2 50 23,929 50 Counties to which apportionments are due. The undersigned would ask leave to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact, that the sum of $189,014' 98, the cash item in tabular statement F, is to be reduced by the substraction...
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Executive Documents, Annual Reports, Part 2

Ohio - 1863
...received, have been promptly shipped to the several counties of the State. In this connection, I desire to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact, that, after a very liberal distribution of ihe Laws, Journals, and Documents, quite a large surp'us has yearly...
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Pamphlets on Insurance, Volume 1

Insurance - 1872
...Governor Jewell, of Connecticut, in his recent message to the legislature of that state, savs : " I desire to call the attention of the general assembly to the fact that, while our legal rate of interest is but six per cent, very little money is, in fact, loaned at that...
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Annual Reports of Officers, Boards and Institutions of the Commonwealth of ...

Virginia - 1873
...CONCURRENT JURISDICTION OF THE HUSTINGS AND CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND. I deem it my duty to call the attention of the general assembly to the fact that there, probably, lies no appeal from decisions of the hustings court of the city of Richmond, except...
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Reports Made to the ... General Assembly of the State of Illinois

Illinois - Illinois - 1874
...endeavored to provide ready means of escape in the event of such a visitation ; but we again feel it a duty to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact that the buildings occupied by the Institution are light frame pine structures, liable to burn so rapidly,...
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Reports to the General Assembly of Illinois, Volume 4

Illinois - 1874
...endeavored to provide ready means of escape in the event of such a visitation ; but we again feel it a duty to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact that the buildings occupied by the Institution are light frame pine structures, liable to burn so rapidly,...
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Minutes - United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Volume 3

United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly - 1874
...with the dignity of a separate Board of the Church, with incorporated powers. The Committee desire to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact, that the expenses of the custodian of the funds of this Board are 2000 annually, in the form of a salary...
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Appendix to the House and Senate Journals ..., Volume 28

Missouri. General Assembly - Missouri - 1875
...earnestly renew the recommendation therein contained upon the subject. Once more, I regard it my duty to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact that there is not an organized militia company in the State, subject to be called upon by the Executive,...
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Vermont Public Documents

Vermont - 1878
...to which, the Directors would refer to the Superintendent's report. FINANCIAL. The Directors desire to call the attention of the General Assembly to the fact that we now have a larger number of prisoners than we have accommodations for, there being only one hundred...
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