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blood of the everlasting covenant, make you" all "perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is well pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen. - Page 342

of the United States to call forth the militia for the purpose of suppressing such insurrection or of causing the laws to be duly executed, it shall be lawful for him to employ for the same purpose such part of the land or naval forces of the United States as shall be judged necessary, having - Page 188

grant unto thee the gift of the Holy Ghost for the office and work of a priest in the Church of God now committed unto thee by the imposition of our hands, and - Page 26

the President of the United States to call forth the militia of such State, or of any other State or States as may be necessary to suppress such combinations and to cause the laws to be duly executed; and the use of the militia so to be called forth may be continued, if necessary, until the expiration of - Page 191

work of a priest in the Church of God now committed unto thee by the imposition of our hands, and be thou a faithful dispenser of the word of God and of his Holy Sacraments, in the name of the Father, and - Page 26

An act to enforce the right of citizens of the united States to vote in the several States of the Union, and for other purposes." Finding that resistance was made to judicial process in that suit, without any opportunity, and, in my judgment, without any right to review the judgment - Page 195

to provide for the speedy settlement of such claims, which are not admitted by her Britannic Majesty's Government, the high contracting parties agree that all the said claims growing out of acts committed by the aforesaid vessels, and generically known as the " Alabama claims," shall be referred to a tribunal of arbitration to be composed of five arbitrators. - Page 211

which have given rise to the claims gcnerically known as the *' Alabama claims : " And whereas her Britannic Majesty has authorized her high commissioners and plenipotentiaries to express in a friendly spirit, the regret felt by her Majesty's Government for the escape, under whatever circumstances, of the Alabama and other vessels from British ports, and for the depredations committed by those vessels. "That - Page 211

Prayer Book of 1549, which sanctions a particular form of absolution, has been withdrawn from all subsequent editions of the said book. 2. In the order for the visitation of the sick it is directed that the sick man be moved to make a special confession of his sins if he find his conscience troubled with any weighty matter; but in - Page 23

from the payment of all taxes or duties of the United States as well as from taxation in any form by or under State, municipal, or local authority; and the said bonds shall have set forth and - Page 170

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Madrid - Page 603
a cabinet officer in one of the numerous ministries of Isabella Sekunda, and at one time President of the Spanish Cortes ; died in Madrid. ...
Boston - Page 142
because when salt is imported into this country the same duty is collected upon it whether at New Orleans or at Boston ; but in case that salt is used ...
New Orleans - Page 142
and the Constitution is not violated, because when salt is imported into this country the same duty is collected upon it whether at New Orleans or at ...
San Salvador - Page 92
and Nicaragua, neutral for a time, afterward changed her policy, and entered with San Salvador and Guatemala into an alliance offensive and defensive, ...
Guatemala - Page 92
and Nicaragua, neutral for a time, afterward changed her policy, and entered with San Salvador and Guatemala into an alliance offensive and defensive, ...
Philadelphia - Page 629
In Philadelphia the jurisdiction and powers now vested in the District Courts and Courts of Common Pleas shall be Tested in four separate and distinct ...
Rome - Page 653
appointed to address the Presbyterians of America in reference to their cooperating with this Church and the Free Church in the mission work in Rome. ...
New York - Page 142
It was seen at once that without such a provision the Western States would have to pay tribute to New York and other seaboard States. ...
Guayaquil - Page 272
they being at the same time confirmed in the possession of the privilege for supplying Guayaquil with pure water by a system of pipes. ...
Vienna - Page 66
that of the harvest of the year unfavorable, though not threatening want ; the fine arts are said to have maintained their old reputation at Vienna. ...
Paris - Page 504
He lived for some time in Paris, in the house of the French economist, Jean Baptiste Say, where he made the acquaintance of many men ...
Baltimore - Page 400
been for many years a teacher in Baltimore. He received a good education, and came to New York while still a young man. In that ...
Berlin - Page 327
On September 16th the Emperor was visited in Berlin by King Victor Emmanuel, who was received by the population of Berlin ami by the liberal press of ...
Hartford - Page 361
When he came to Hartford, the first volumes of the "Connecticut Reports "had been published, and they contained not more than three or four cases upon ...
Cartagena - Page 717
soon restored ; but in Cartagena the partisans of state independence maintained themselves against the federal Government. The Minister ...
London - Page 315
Many photographs of the excavations in their present state have been exhibited in London, which show the great size and importance of the earliest ...
Florence - Page 399
advised to write for some English magazine, and, his article being accepted and paid for, he went to Florence and lived on the proceeds all winter. ...
Brooklyn - Page 393
being elected supervisor of the old town of Bushwick, and holding the position until the consolidation of the cities of Williamsburgh and Brooklyn. ...
St. Louis - Page 319
According to the official reports the cost of transporting a ton of grain from St. Louis to the Southeastern Atlantic ports, by this mute, ...
Athens - Page 340
and the Greek Government declared that it would carry on its transactions with the three protecting powers through their ambassadors in Athens. ...
Albany - Page 356
road thus projected was about 45 miles, and, with its connections, effected a saving of about nine miles as compared with the Boston & Albany line. ...
Milwaukee - Page 38
and during the six months previous to his death the disease had become so serious and painful that the physicians in Milwaukee had advised him to come ...
Chicago - Page 122
to which lie was elected upon the consolidation, a few years since, of the various connecting lines forming this route from Buffalo to Chicago, ...
Zanzibar - Page 780
The population of the island of Zanzibar consists chiefly of enslaved negroes; the ruling class are the Arabs. The principal cities are: Zanzibar, ...
Nashville, Tenn - Page 486
the purchase of ground and erection of buildings, upon certain conditions, one of which was that the institution should be placed at Nashville, Tenn. ...
San Francisco - Page 83
This is particularly true of nil mining tools and machinery whicli are produced in San Francisco and other Californian cities of exceptional ...
Montreal - Page 653
The basis of union as opted by the joint committees of the four arches in their meetings at Montreal and St. >hn, and approved by the General Assembly ...
Buffalo - Page 229
was scarcely a mile of railroad west of Lake Erie, and no connecting line west of Buffalo. Let him who would rightly estimate the future ...
Cincinnati - Page 483
For a short period before the breaking out of the civil war he was French consul in Cincinnati ; but early in the war he entered the army, ...
Jerusalem - Page 340
The Patriarch of Jerusalem, who had refused to sign the decree, was soon after deposed from his office by a synod of the patriarchate of Jerusalem. ...
Milan - Page 463
He was educated at Milan and Pavia, and while he had imbibed from his grandfather the Voltairean philosophy, the poetic side of his ...
Entre-Rios - Page 34
In fact, assassinations were for a long time the order of the day throughout the whole of Entre-Rios, which was scoured in every direction by the ...
Bogotá - Page 129
had arrived at Bogotá, charged with a mission to obtain the cooperation of the Colombian Union to deliver Cuba from the dominion of Spain, ...
Brussels - Page 481
He also called the Maritime Conference held at Brussels in 1868, in which the United States and nearly all the European Governments were represented, ...
Panama - Page 128
Steamers run weekly from Panama to the principal Pacific ports south, and to San Francisco and intermediate ports north. ...
New Haven, Conn - Page 571
A few years later, upon his marriage with a Connecticut lady, he removed to New Haven, Conn., and taught the New Township Academy and the Grammar ...
Little Rock - Page 34
The regular biennial session of the Arkansas Legislature began at Little Rock on the 6th of January. One of its first duties was the canvass of the ...
Charleston - Page 408
abolition societies and the robbery of the nmil- at Charleston cost his paper its circulation in the South and a large portion in the North, ...
Omoa - Page 354
Finding the country without a (governing) head, in consequence of the events which took place in the port of Omoa, in the month of July last : ...
Barcelona - Page 714
The primo minister himself repaired to Valencia and Barcelona, in order to calm the excitement. The discipline in the army did not improve. ...
Córdoba - Page 32
on the opening of Congress, was one, prepared by order of the Minister of Finance, concerning the material development of the province of Córdoba, ...
Washington, DC - Page 560
He was tiie first publisher and one of the founders.of the National Era, an antislavery journal published at Washington, DC He was also engaged in the ...
Copenhagen - Page 254
On April 18th the Japanese embassy arrived at Copenhagen, and soon after was received by the King.
Denver - Page 681
Jarvis Hall, at Denver, the first and so far the only collegiate institution in the Territory, which has received the grant of the university lands, ...
Portland, Me - Page 14
Science, in Portland, Me. Some eminent meteorologists aro inclined to doubt whether the cutting off of tho timber of a mountainous ...
Arequipa - Page 642
A company of Arequipa merchants was formed for work-ing the mine ; and the coal, now exclusively used in the locomotives of the line mentioned, ...
Cambridge - Page 9
Agassiz had founded at Cambridge, and added very largely to the world's knowledge of the zoology and natural history of that interesting empire. ...
Salt Lake City - Page 619
A charter has been granted by Congress for a railroad from the Columbia River to Salt Lake City, and a new road is now in progress from Portland to ...
Atlanta - Page 319
To discuss this project, a convention was called by Governor Smith to meet at Atlanta on May 20th, to which the Governors of the various States of the ...
Turin - Page 681
He was educated at the College of Alessandria, and, having chosen the legal profession, was admitted to the bar at Turin, where he practised with ...
Gloucester - Page 473
Most conspicuous among these was General Butler himself, who had been elected a delegate from Gloucester, that he might in person direct the movements ...
New Brunswick - Page 489
New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, the New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Conference ; and Newfoundland, Labrador, and ...
Quito - Page 271
of Quito, in an article ander date of March 19th, explained the prolonged insolvency of the republic on the pounds that "Ecuador, like Colombia, has, ...
Naples - Page 435
He was appointed professorat Naples; he was quite satisfied; the students loved him and followed him ; an abrupt ministerial decree ordered him back ...
East Haddam - Page 361
nal lite, while at East Haddam, his business ud income from his practice were exceedingly mall, scarcely sufficient to meet his expenses ; ...
Amsterdam - Page 276
The meeting of a General Conference of the Alliance in New York was first moved at the fifth General Conference, in Amsterdam, where the Rev. ...
Gibraltar - Page 718
The captured steamer Vigilante had previously been transferred by him to the Spanish consul of Gibraltar. Contreras, who had been kept as a prisoner ...
Harrisburg - Page 580
Hutter subsequently removed to Harrisburg, where he had charge of another newspaper. He spent a short time in Lancaster, and was for three years ...
Columbus, Ohio - Page 183
Senator seems to imply that it has, unless it is interference to be quartered in the city of New Orleans rather than in the city of Columbus, Ohio. ...
Orenburg - Page 404
It advanced against Khiva in three different directions: an Orenburg corps from the north, a Caucasian corps from the Capsian Sea in the west, ...
Babahoyo - Page 271
F. de la Quadra, having received a steamer from the United States, offered to place it on the river to ply between Babahoyo and Savaneta. ...
Andover - Page 571
Subsequently, he returned to Boston, resuming his specialty in teaching there and at Andover, lecturing in the Teachers' Institutes in Rhode Island ...
Augusta - Page 462
a proposed new Insane Hospital, appointed by the last Legislature have reported in favor of erecting on the E resent hospital-grounds in Augusta a new ...
Cologne - Page 66
In 1842 Herr Benedix removed to Cologne, and in the university of that city commenced the delivery of a course of lectures on German literature, ...
Milledgeville - Page 320
Milledgeville have been unoccupied for severs! years, the convicts being leased and employed on public works in various parts ot the State. ...
Zurich - Page 701
The number of young Russian ladies studying at Zurich has been steadily on the increase for about ten years, and in 1873 amounted to one hundred and ...
Valencia - Page 714
The primo minister himself repaired to Valencia and Barcelona, in order to calm the excitement. The discipline in the army did not improve. ...
Santo Domingo - Page 664
I transmit herewith for the consideration and determination of Congress an application of the republic of Santo Domingo to this Government 10 «. ...
Thionville - Page 327
and they will draw only five feet of water, so as to be used on the Moselle as far as Thionville and other affluents of the Rhine. ...
San Juan - Page 496
supposed to have been erected centuries before the dis-covery of Mexico, have been found in the mountains of San Juan in the State of Chiapas ; and in ...
Auburn, NY - Page 584
VAST ANDEN, CHARLES E., MD, an eminent physician and scholar; died at Auburn, NY Having received a good medical education, he devoted himself to his ...
Belfast - Page 589
He was well known in Belfast and Londonderry, where he labored successfully, as he did during a long lite in other parts of Ireland. ...
Portland, Oregon - Page 38
Davis, with his headquarters at Portland, Oregon ; and the Department of Arizona, nnder Brigadier - General George Crook, whose headquarters are at ...
Mazatlan - Page 496
The rebels were routed, with heavy loss, and were divided into separate bands; one of which, 2000 strong, attempted to take possession of Mazatlan ...
Liverpool - Page 341
and also investigations and discussion in brotherly love, such as, on the happy occasion of the consecration of the Orthodox Church in Liverpool, ...
Edinburgh - Page 399
sent to Edinburgh, which enabled him to pay for his passage and go on to Toledo, from which place lie had been absent about twenty-eight ...
Brunswick - Page 572
Having been urgently solicited to return to his former residence in Missouri, he went to Brunswick, in that Sute, and took charge of an institution ...
Hanover - Page 93
Hanover directly to Washington, DC, and opened a classical school for boys, which, though small nt first, gradually became popular, ...
Des Moines - Page 382
A mass convention of the friends of woman- suffrage was held at Des Moines on the 4th of March, at which the following resolutions were adopted among ...
Rome, Georgia - Page 319
Across this isthmus a canal thirty miles long would connect these two rivers, and open navigation to Rome, Georgia. ...
Worthington, Ohio - Page 93
long journey to Worthington, Ohio, made with his elder brother and the late Henry R. Schoolcraft. There wore delays at different points on the route, ...
Choluteca - Page 353
About the beginning of January, disturbances were produced by a band of assassins and incendiaries in the department of Choluteca. ...
Northampton, Mass - Page 408
He then taught awhile, after which be studied law in Northampton, Mass., and opened an office in Putney, Vt. Soon afterward he went to New Haven and ...
Prescott, Arizona - Page 38
headquarters at Portland, Oregon ; and the Department of Arizona, nnder Brigadier - General George Crook, whose headquarters are at Prescott, Arizona. ...
Venice - Page 595
in public until 1847, when, having amassed great wealth, she retired to Italy, where she had magnificent residences in Venice and on Lake Como. ...
Louisville, Kentucky - Page 38
under the command of Mnjor-General Irwin McDowell, headquarters at Louisville, Kentucky ; and the Military Division of the Pacific, under the command ...
Newport - Page 588
He was a native of Newport, and a son of Rev. William Patten, DD, for nearly fifty years pastor of a Congregationalist Church in Providence. ...
York - Page 580
He was first selectman of the town for several terms; rip- resented it in the Legislature for a number of years; was twice County Attorney for York; ...
Leroy, NY - Page 571
an eminent jurist, crown adviser for fourteen years to the Hawaiian Government; died in San Francisco, aged 63 years. He was born in Leroy, NY,.
Putney, Vt - Page 408
He then taught awhile, after which be studied law in Northampton, Mass., and opened an office in Putney, Vt. Soon afterward he went to New Haven and ...
Oxford - Page 457
At the age of sixteen, when nearly ready for Oxford, his father's affairs became so deeply embarrassed, th»t the son was compelled to abandon his ...
Orense - Page 716
The aged Orense, the Marquis of Albaida, long known as a leader of the Republican party of Spain, and now one of the spokesmen of the Federal ...
Genoa - Page 605
He attained the rank of lieu-tenant-general, and on the return of peace entered the Italian Parliament as deputy from Genoa, and used his influence ...
Glasgow - Page 90
Andrew's Church, Glasgow, and in 1831 was called to the kirk at Bonhill, in the dale of Severn, where he continued to officiate till he became ...
Santiago - Page 266
to Secretary Robeson, and requested that steps might be taken to inform the proper officers at Santiago that the salute would be dispensed with. ...
Peking - Page 391
The ambassador then went to Peking, where in common with the ambassadors of other foreign powers he was received in the first audience given by the ...
Bombay - Page 599
He subsequently practised law for some years in Bombay, and for a short period was acting Judge of the High Court of that presidency. ...
La Serena - Page 116
At La Serena the severity of the shock caused great alarm ; in Quillota many edifices were destroyed ; the damage at Ligna was estimated at $50000, ...
Nagasaki - Page 391
In April 1938 other Christians returned from their exile in the remotest provinces of the empire to their homes in the neighborhood of Nagasaki. ...
Calcutta - Page 374
The Viceroy, therefore, went to Calcutta, in order that, if the actual facts should warrant Sir George Campbell's making state importa-tions from ...