The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the Year ..., Volume 30

Gray and Bowen, 1859

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Page 141 - An act to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of the fiscal year ending the 30th of June, 1852," approved the 2ist of July, 1852, be, and the same is hereby, repealed: Provided, That Edward K.
Page 142 - Union at that time ; and if so, shall proceed to form a constitution, and take all necessary steps for the establishment of a state government, in conformity with the federal constitution, subject to the approval and ratification of the people of the proposed state.
Page 255 - ... major part of them, and the judges of the court of appeals, or the major part of them.
Page 142 - Constitution, subject to such limitations and restrictions as to the mode and manner of its approval or ratification by the people of the proposed State as they may have prescribed by law, and shall be entitled to admission into the Union as a State under such constitution, thus fairly and legally made, with or without slavery, as said constitution may prescribe.
Page 214 - Minesota east of the Mississippi River, all of which have been formed out of the Northwestern Territory, as conveyed with certain reservations to the United States by New York in 1781, by Virginia in 1784, by Massachusetts in 1785, and by Connecticut in 1786; also the lands within the boundaries of the States of Mississippi and Alabama north of 31° north latitude, as conveyed to the United States by Georgia in 1802. 2d. Within the territories of Orleans and Louisiana, as acquired from France by...
Page 146 - AN ACT to authorize the President of the United States, in conjunction with the State of Texas, to run and mark the boundary lines between the Territories of the United States and the State of Texas.
Page 141 - I therefore cordially acquiesced in what has been called the English compromise and approved the "act for the admission of the State of Kansas into the Union ' ' upon the terms therein prescribed.
Page 77 - The more distinct development of the notion of such chemical attraction, gradually made its way among the chemists of the latter part of the seventeenth and the beginning of the eighteenth century, as we may see in the writings of Boyle, Newton, and their followers.
Page 192 - The Vice-President of the United States is the President of the Senate, in which body he has only a casting vote, which is given in case of an equal division of the votes of the Senators In his absence, a President pro tempore is chosen from among the Senators by the Senate.

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