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Page 453 - Go and show John again those things which ye do hear and see : The blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, and the poor have the Gospel preached to them.
Page 419 - England, it is well known and understood that, wherever a manufacture is established which employs a number of hands, it raises the value of land in the neighboring country all around it; partly by the greater demand near at hand for the produce of the land, and partly from the plenty of money drawn by the manufacturers to that part of the country. It seems, therefore, the interest of all our farmers and owners of lands to encourage our young manufactures in preference to foreign ones...
Page 419 - ... most profitable account, and benefits to the country will result. TAKE FROM AGRICULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES six HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN, AND YOU AT ONCE GIVE A HOME MARKET FOR MORE BREADSTUFFS THAN ALL EUROPE NOW FURNISHES us.
Page 419 - Every Manufacturer encouraged in our Country, makes part of a Market for Provisions within ourselves, and saves so much Money to the Country as must otherwise be exported to pay for the Manufactures he supplies. Here in England...
Page 29 - Governor of the State of Wisconsin. Sir: In compliance with the requirements of law, I have the honor to submit...
Page 258 - These facts can be proved by and (naming at least two persons, one of whom shall be a respectable physician). , Dated this day of.
Page 33 - ... cents for each mile necessarily traveled in going to and returning from the seat of government...
Page 262 - When, in the opinion of the Trustees and Physician, such patient has recovered from his insanity, they shall cause him to be delivered to the...
Page 452 - ... hear the last expressed wish or confession of lips now growing cold are duties both common and pathetic. Indeed from the hospital to the office, from the office to the wing, from the wing to the corridor, from the corridor to the cells, from the cells to the workshop, from the shops to the camps, the faithful, earnest Chaplain will find duty, duty, duty enough to tax all the brain and talents God has given him; and yet he is met by men, professed Christians, and even ministers, with this enquiry:...
Page 262 - ... or death, the court shall charge the jury, that if from the evidence, they believe the defendant to be insane, and that it would endanger the peace of the community to set him at liberty, the}- shall so find.

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