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" I do not know that I can add anything to what has been already said in the text of the Lecture on this point. "
Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Illinois Industrial University - Page 257
1868
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 20

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1860
...the letter R. 3469. Will you state to the Committee any objection which you have to this plan ? — I do not know that I can add anything to what has been already stated ; but notice having been left at my premises that the Committee was sitting, I did not wish...
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Sunday: its origin, history, and present obligation, considered in 8 ...

James Augustus Hessey - 1861
...bear upon them morally and physically. Note 506, page 318. 'So, again, with respect to travelling.' I do not know that I can add anything to what has "been already said in the text of the Lecture on this point. It will be obvious to any candid reader that I am most anxious...
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Sunday: Its Origin, History & Present Obligation

James Augustus Hessey - Sunday - 1866 - 435 pages
...bear upon them morally and physically. Note 506, page 237. ' So, again, with respect to travelling." I do not know that I can add anything to what has been already said in the text of the Lecture on this point. It will be obvious to any candid reader that I am most anxious...
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Report: Containing the Proceedings of the Annual Session ..., Volume 48

Iowa State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1914
...would like to have a statement from him as to which ones he regards most valuable. Mr. Harrington : I do not know that I can add anything to what has been said. The Manna Berry makes a good showing. Some of the boys like the fruit when it is ripe. We have...
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Reports to the General Assembly of Illinois, Volume 3

Illinois - 1869
...friends tell us that our dairy cows do not produce the amount of butter that theirs do. Why is this t Mr. COLMAN — Mr. President and gentlemen : I do...by the gentlemen who have preceded me. I will give Borne of my experience with stock and answer Mr. Dunlap's question. In raising cattle I think we should...
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Proceedings of the American Gas Light Association ...

American Gas Light Association - Gas - 1901
...size ? Is it screened and if so, what is the size of the mesh ? MR. AS MILLER (New York City) : — I do not know that I can add anything to what has been so thoroughly, completely and satisfactorily covered by Mr. Prichard. He states facts which are not...
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Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Volume 17

Royal Institution of Naval Architects - Naval architecture - 1876
...the anvil in that instance at all ? Mr. RILEY : Yes. With reference to the certainty of manufacture I do not know that I can add anything to what has been stated by Dr. Siemens and other gentlemen in the room, that we seem to have a practical certainty as...
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Debates of the Senate: Débats du Sénat

Canada. Parliament. Senate - Canada - 1884
...hon. gentlemen and it is not necessary for me to say anything more about it. HoN. MR. KAULBACH— I do not know that I can add anything to what has been said by my hon. friends on this subject, yet, coming as I do from that part of Nova Scotia which sends...
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Sunday: Its Origin, History, and Present Obligation Considered in the ...

James Augustus Hessey - Sabbath - 1889 - 436 pages
...bear upon them morally and physically. Note 506, page 237. ' So, again, with respect to travelling.' I do not know that I can add anything to what has been already said in the text of the Lecture on this point. It will be obvious to any candid reader that I anj most anxious...
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Sunday: Its Origin, History, and Present Obligation Considered in the ...

James Augustus Hessey - Sabbath - 1889 - 436 pages
...bear upon them morally and physically. Note 506, page 237. ' So, again, with respect to travelling.' I do not know that I can add anything to what has been already said in the text of the Lecture on this point. It will be obvious to any candid reader that I am most anxious...
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