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Page 21 - DEAR SIR: I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the 15th instant, and to inform you, in reply, that the seven officers belonging to the rebel steamer
Page 13 - The Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, which were approved. Dr. George A. Thompson, of Chicago, read a paper entitled :
Page 22 - ... show me what was the matter, and would put it up to me to save it, I would say that I could do it very easily. All you have got to do is to tell me what is the trouble and I would guarantee to fix it. (Applause). Thereupon, after some minor discussion by Messrs. Davis, Mcllhenny, Owens and others, it was regularly moved and seconded that a vote of thanks be tendered to Mr. Holmes for his paper, which motion was unanimously carried by a rising vote. On motion, the convention adjourned, to meet...
Page 59 - AT a meeting of the executive committee, held in New York City, Dec.
Page 29 - Feb. 23rd., 1909. the following preamble and resolutions were adopted and ordered spread upon the Minutes of the Association, and a copy of the same...
Page 31 - He hoped thi committee's report would be adopted, as it would at least be a case of the tail wagging the dog, instead of the dog wagging the tail.
Page 42 - ... ardor." The present system of education is strongly biased in favor of professional and literary pursuits, to which there would be no objection were every man's vocation in life law, medicine, theology, or other kindred vocations, but the great majority of our youth are not intended for these callings. They must earn their bread by the sweat of their brow and be producers.