Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association: ... Annual Meeting with Constitution and By-laws and List of Members, Volume 4

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Page 52 - And thou, too, whosoe'er thou art, That readest this brief psalm, As one by one thy hopes depart, Be resolute and calm. O fear not in a world like this, And thou shalt know ere long, Know how sublime a thing it is To suffer and be strong.
Page 99 - ... a bond in the sum of one thousand dollars conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties.
Page 99 - Board, the books, accounts and papers of his office, which shall, at all times, be open to the inspection of the Board. The...
Page 95 - Institute, and shall hold office for one year, or until their successors are chosen. They shall be eligible for re-election.
Page 81 - The extravagant luxury of our country, in the midst of all its distresses, is to me amazing. When the difficulties are so great to find remittances to pay for the arms and ammunition necessary for our defence, I am astonished and vexed to find upon inquiry, that much the greatest part of the Congress interest bills come to pay for tea, and a great part of the remainder is ordered to be laid...
Page 92 - Clarkson, his wife, to me known to be the individuals described in, and who executed the within conveyance, and severally acknowledged that they executed the same for the purposes therein mentioned.
Page 78 - Men imagined they saw in him a sage of antiquity, come back to give austere lessons and generous examples to the moderns. They personified in him the republic, of which he was the representative and the legislator.
Page 98 - President. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Association and of the Executive Committee, and in general shall perform the duties incident to his office.
Page 45 - Jogues must not go. * But as the summer wore on all became quiet, and, yielding to his entreaty, the Superior permitted him to depart. In September, 1646, he left Three Rivers for the last time with Lalande, a worthy successor of Goupil, and some Hurons. As they advanced, they heard tidings which seemed positive as to the end of the peace: some Hurons left them, but Jogues went fearlessly on. After the return of these, the French were left in the greatest anxiety and uncertainty as to his fate. Months...
Page 100 - By-Laws may be amended at any duly-constituted meeting of the Association by a two-thirds vote of the members present. Notice of the proposed amendment with a copy thereof must have been mailed to each member at least twenty days before the day upon which action thereon is taken.

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