The CHIEF JUSTICE$1.Mr. Starr$1.Mr. Counsel STARR. Thank you$1.Mr. Chief Justice, House Managers, and staff, Members of the Senate, the majority leader, and the minority leader, at the beginning of these proceedings on January 16, the Chief Justice administered the oath of office to the Members of this body and then again on Tuesday. Full text of "Biographical annals of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania: containing biographical sketches of prominent men and representative citizens and of the early settled families" See other formats. [-----], B. Letter, 20 April 1864. Accession 50594. 4 pages. Letter, 20 April 1864, from B. [-----], hospital, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, in Louisa County, Virginia, to his wife, possibly in North Carolina, regarding his work in the 2nd Corps hospital in Louisa County, noting one patient with smallpox, and commenting that the overall number of sick in the hospital is down. Sound decisions. Community safety. Accountability to victims. Most inmates serving time in prison will be released and return to the community. These individuals will either be on parole supervision or will have reached their maximum sentence date.
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Received from the Senate the following petitions and memorials, endorsed “Read and referred as by the House of Commons,” to-wit:—The memorial of Francis Child, the petition of Edmund Hall, the petition of Joseph Dickson, the memorial of James Tindall, and the petition of Richard Blackledge. Caption: Forrestal CVA-59 entered Naples, Italy, circa early 1959 the Department of Defense released the photograph on 19 May 1959, as Mount Vesuvius towers over her in the distance. Aircraft visible on the crowded flight deck include Douglas A-3B Skywarriors of Heavy Attack Squadron VAH-5, Douglas F-6 Skyrays of Fighter Squadron VF-102 and McDonnell Douglas A-4B Skyhawks of Attack. The 1902 Senate Park Commission or McMillan Plan provided support by recommending the building of a highway from the planned Arlington Memorial Bridge to Mount Vernon. In anticipation of the bicentennial of Washington’s birth in 1932, Congress directed construction of a “suitable memorial highway” under the auspices of the Bicentennial. George W. Maxey BA was a Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania from 1930 to 1943 and Chief Justice from 1943 to 1950. Abner Vernon McCall LLM In 1943, he received an LL.M from the University of Michigan. He was appointed a Texas Supreme Court.
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January 8, 1909—Laughter flooded the House Chamber, rising from both sides of the floor and cascading down from the crowded galleries. Atop the marble rostrum Speaker Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois, looking to regain order, banged his gavel so hard that he cracked the top of his desk. The cause of this ruckus stood frozen at the chamber’s entrance looking bewildered and embarrassed—a House. Page 18 OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE showing only an honest disregard of that high functionary of party usages, rules, and domination, where the safety of the country, the liberties of the people, and the unity, permanency, and prosperity of the nation was concerned; and Wheeas, The result has shown, in the narrow escape of the honored Chief.
The city of Allentown, Pennsylvania was founded in 1762 as Northampton Town by William Allen, a wealthy shipping merchant.During its first fifty years of existence, Northampton Town was a small unincorporated settlement, consisting of a few homes, stores and taverns. Mrs. Bross was 63 years old. She came to Wisconsin early and first resided in Milwaukee, coming to Madison about forty years ago. Her husband was for several terms chief clerk of the state Senate and for several years has been the Madison manager for the Western Union Telegraph company. He and one daughter, Mrs. William Price, survive. Dictionary L LABATUT, Isidore, physician. Born, New Orleans, April 16, 1793; son of Gen. Jean-Baptiste Labatut q.v., commander during the Battle of New Orleans, and Marie-Felicité St. Martin. Education: College of Pontvoix, in France, then at the medical school in Montpellier. In Edinburg, Scotland, received an oculist diploma. Returned to New Orleans. W. Yale Smiley was a Minneapolis lawyer who successfully represented a Congressional candidate who challenged a vetoed Minnesota reapportionment enactment and its subsequent implementation by the Minnesota Secretary of State, Mike Holm, in the U. S. Supreme Court case Smiley v. Holm, 285 U.S. 355 1932. In 1909, W. Yale Smiley was an agent for. Circular to chief quartermasters of armies., by Confederate States of America. Quartermaster General's Office and Alexander Robert Lawton page images at HathiTrust Quartermaster 3 / [Pensacola, Fla.].
The announcement in February 1985 by Russell B. Long, senator since 1948, that he would not seek reelection, and the indictment of former Governor Edwin W. Edwards by a federal grand jury on conspiracy charges during the same month, caused turmoil in Louisiana's political arena. Edwards was defeated in 1987 by Buddy Roemer, a young, well. TO J. W. GRIMES. EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, D.C., October 29, 1863. HON. JAMES W. GRIMES. MY DEAR SIR:—The above act of Congress was passed, as I suppose, for the purpose of shutting out improper applicants for seats in the House of Representatives; and I fear there is some danger that it will be used to shut out proper ones. Iowa, having an entire Union delegation, will be. Apr 27, 2018 · An etching by M. Rajon, the late eminent French artist, and a recent masterly engraving on wood by Mr. Gustav Kruell, were both based upon it, but it is now for the first time reproduced, by the photogravure process, with absolute fidelity to the original, through the courtesy of its possessor, Mr. W. L. Garrison, of Boston. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Abstract. From 1911 to 1966, the United States government operated a savings bank at local post offices. Throughout the early 20th century grassroots agitation. Proceedings of a general court martial held at the Horse-Guards, on the 24th and 27th of March 1792: for the trial of Capt. Richard Powell, Lieut. Christopher Seton, and Lieut. John Hall, of the 54th Regiment of Foot, on several charges preferred against them respectively by William Cobbett, late Serjeant-Major of the said regiment; together.
As per Sean’s wish, cremation has taken place. A memorial funeral service will be held on Saturday, June 27 at 5 p.m. at House of Eberhardt Funeral Home, 472 W. Turkeyfoot Lake Rd., Rt.619 Portage Lakes. Family and friends will be received from 3 p.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home. The city of Allentown, Pennsylvania was founded in 1762 as – Northampton Town by William Allen, a wealthy shipping merchant.During its first fifty years of existence, Northampton Town was a small unincorporated settlement, consisting of a few homes, stores and taverns.
Alexandria gazette. [volume] Alexandria, D.C. 1834-1974, September 19, 1851, Image 2, brought to you by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA, and the National Digital. Apr 23, 2011 · Upon the death of Mr. Leonard, in July, 1882, he was appointed, and at the next annual meeting of the board was duly elected president of the bank, an office he has ever since most satisfactorily filled, the present healthful condition of this institution being in. INTERESTING PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. The Arkansas Bill Still Under Consideration in the Senate. Continued Debate in the House in Reference to the Manageri' Prisoner. Another Proposed Amendment to the Constitution. The President to be Ineligible for a Second Term. Abolition of the Office of Vice President and the Electoral College. Washington. Sep 06, 2018 · Last month, Hoosier State Chronicles published a story on John T. McCutcheon and George Ade’s charity cartoons during World War I.In this post, we will be sharing another cartoonist’s work during the war. Hoosier cartoonist and author Kin Hubbard. Indianapolis News, November 30, 1917, Hoosier State Chronicles. Frank McKinney “Kin” Hubbard, cartoonist for the Indianapolis News and.
In his later years he served as chief clerk of the Idaho House of Representatives and on the staff of United States Senator Herman Welker. Bottolfsen was elected to the Idaho State Senate in 1958 and 1960, but declined to seek reelection in 1962 due to poor health. Florence W. Ramaley was the son of John Ramaley 1834-1919. John Ramaley was a tailor and florist in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before moving to St. Paul in 1878 and beginning a catering business. Florence W. Ramaley 1864-1949 began the F. W. Ramaley Catering Company in 1889. Page 3. JOURNAL OF THE CONVENTION, HELD AT MILLEDGEVILLE IN OPEN SESSION. MILLEDGEVILLE, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1861. In accordance with a proclamation issued by his Excellency, JOSEPH E. BROWN, Governor of Georgia, bearing date 21st November, 1860, delegates from the several counties of this State, duly elected by the people thereof, assembled this. 5. John 3 Clopton Elizabeth Dorrall Ford 2, William 1, born 7 Feb 1756, in New Kent, Virginia, died 11 Sep 1816, in New Kent, Virginia.He married Sarah Bacon 15 May 1784. Sarah Bacon was born 17 Apr 1769, in New Kent, Virginia, died about 1808, in New Kent, Virginia. John Clopton is mentioned in many modern books about Virginia and John Marshall. David W. Carter Family Papers, 1833-1863. ~ 58 items. TSLA. [View Manuscript Finding Aid] David W. Carter was the Clerk of Circuit Court for Carter County, Tennessee in the 1840's. The bulk of this collection is composed of business correspondence with some family correspondence included as well. Joseph Marion Dixon Cates Papers, 1846-1942. 100.
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