Debow's Review: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress and Resources, Nide 5

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J. D. B. DeBow., 1848
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Sivu 120 - An Act for adjusting the claims to land, and establishing Land Offices in the districts east of the Island of Orleans. " The first section ratified all titles and claims derived from complete Spanish grants, and complete titles emanating from the British authorities in West Florida prior to the year 1783. which had been
Sivu 345 - every plant of the ßeld before it was in the earth, and every herb of the field before it grew.
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Sivu 282 - us, there is a regulation that " No scholar shall take tobacco unless permitted by the President, with the consent of their parents and guardians, and on good reason first given by a physician, and then in a sober and private manner.
Sivu 310 - we have quoted, he continues: " But why should the Americans write books, when a six weeks passage brings them in their own tongue, our sense, genius, and science in bales and hogsheads. Prairies,
Sivu 282 - by the President, with the consent of their parents and guardians, and on good reason first given by a physician, and then in a sober and private manner." We can't undertake to say how it is at Harvard University now,
Sivu 94 - (and this is a hint to those who think their own common sense is law.) that " nothing is law that is not reason;" a maxim, says Jones, " in theory excellent but in practice dangerous, as many rules true in the abstract are false in the concrete ; for since the
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