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Page 228 - VII. AMENDMENTS.—This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting by a two-thirds vote of those present; Provided, That the proposed amendment shall
Page 200 - climes—things within the remembrance and reach of most of us ! All this, the memory and the feel of it, are in Trilby's voice as she warbles that long, smooth, lilting, dancing laugh, that wondrous song without words ; and those who hear, feel all, and remember it with her. It is irresistible; it forces itself on you; no
Page 98 - legislate slavery into any Territory or State, nor to exclude it therefrom, but to
Page 132 - tired. The night came upon us, we stopped at a place, and we called upon the Messiah to help us because we were tired of the long journey. We went to sleep and in the morning we found ourselves at a great distance
Page 132 - use the paints and grass I give you. In the spring when the green grass comes, your people, who have gone before you, will come back, and you shall see your friends then, for you have come to my call.
Page 73 - of taxation, assessment, borrowing money, contractingdebts and loaning their credit so as to prevent the abuse of such power.
Page 73 - the legislature to provide for the organization of cities and incorporated villages by general laws
Page 204 - The rules were suspended and the Secretary was instructed to cast the unanimous ballot of the Society for the persons
Page 103 - Every human being of sufficient capacity to understand the obligation of an oath, is a competent witness in all cases both civil and criminal, except as