Publications of the Southern History Association ..., Volume 8

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The Association., 1904 - Southern States
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Page 365 - when any member is about to speak in Debate, or deliver any matter to the House, he shall rise from his seat and without advancing
Page 380 - happy man whose wish and care a few paternal acres bound, Content to breathe his native air on his
Page 365 - that no member absent himself from the service of the House, unless he have leave, or be sick and unable to attend.
Page 212 - I very cheerfully agreed to allow the salute as an honorable testimony of the gallantry and fortitude with which Major Anderson and his command had defended their post, and I informed Major Anderson of my decision about half-past seven o'clock, P. M., through Major Jones, my chief of staff.
Page 366 - Resolved, that every member who shall be in the House when any Question is put, shall, on a division, be counted on the one side or the other.
Page 215 - Ewell, informing me, to my profound disappointment, that my orders for his advance had miscarried ; but that, in consequence of a communication from General DR Jones, he had just thrown his brigade across the stream at Union Mills. But, in my judgment, it was too late for the effective execution of the contemplated movement,
Page 102 - moved, That a committee of five be appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of this meeting in relation to the present condition of the country and the propriety of calling a General Convention as soon as practicable.
Page 293 - to suffer no man and no cause to escape the undying penalty which history has the power to inflict on wrong.
Page 34 - Christian religion unto the age of twelve years, and then as occasion serveth, to be trained and brought up in some lawful trade with all humanity and gentleness unto the age of twenty-one years, and then to enjoy like liberties and privileges with our native English in that place.
Page 39 - that for laying a surer foundation for the conversion of the Indians to Christian Religion, cache towne, citty, Borrough, and particular plantation do obtaine unto themselves by just means a certaine number of the natives' children to be educated by them in

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