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The National Civil-Service Reform League

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The Civil-Service Reform Association of New York.):

PUBLICATIONS.

Per 100,

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I. Purposes of the Civ 11-Service Reform Association, including

its constitution. Per copy, 10 cts.
II. The Beginning of the Spoils System in the National Gov-

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PROCEEDINGS

AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF

The National Civil-Service Reform League

HELD AT

NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND, AUGUST 2, 1882

WITH THE ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT

HON. GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS

NEW YORK

PUBLISHED FOR THE

NATIONAL CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE

BY

WILLIAM S. GOTTSBERGER

PRESS OF

WILLIAM S. GOTTSBERGER,

11 Murray St., New York.

Annual Meeting.

NATIONAL CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE.

AUGUST 2, 1882.

In accordance with the provisions of the constitution and pursuant to call duly issued, the annual meeting of the League was conveneil at the Ocean House, at Newport, Rhode Island, August 2, 1882, at 12 M., the Hon. George William Curtis presiding.

The following gentlemen among others were present :

Boston, Mass. A. T. Sinclair, Bancroft C. Davis, Arthur Hobart, George G. Crocker, Henry H. Sprague, Causten Browne, Edwin L. Sprague, Augustus Hemenway.

Worcester, Mass. James Green.

Cambridge, Mass. Chas. Theo. Russell, Chas. Theo. Russell, Jr., William W. Vaughan, Morrill Wyman, Jr., James Russell Reed, George V. Leverett.

Malden, Mass. Wm. B. de las Casas.
Northampton, Mass. Henry M. Tyler, John E. Hammond,

Newton, Mass. Henry Lambert, James P. Tolman, John 11. Carter, F. F. Raymond, 2d.

Wollaston, Mass. Josiah Quincy, Jr.
Hartford, Conn. Edward D. Robbins.

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