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...6TBCGOZ.B AKS A.S TTKCERTAIM' BKSU^T'^BOTH P^^TIES COKFIDENT— ;J-' TACTICS OF 6IX>AN ANTD HCSTCD CON« I f TRASTEI>~TBBMBKWHOK-BDGB THBM- l . ,; ..^^"^... ...rk Time*. f :^f|*'ANT, Deo. 81.—la some respects the -^.f*i|f*«iki contest for the Speakership differs .' \\l|inai(';ia*M otbers which have taken pUoe... ...her in 3;r. Sloan's tavofthm a<raln«t him. "Oue man eoufidesrly calculated for bim has gone ov^r to Mr. Hasred, ba5 this is bilano'^d by the Busted mf... ...be reaQbed. by wbioh all Interests will b* rseonoilad. The full Council of Ministers held this e^siiing began at 7 and ended at 10 o'clock. TbyBultaa ... ... a full explanation of tbe policy wbiob it intends to follow in Cuba." Tho Ministers appealod on both occasions to the natrio^ ism of Senators and Dep... ...ted, kowever, aooe moro to delay his full and complete analysis of Ou- baa affairs until tbe bill of the last loan came before -the beuate. He^aiutKin... ...ople it is difficult to say. But those who are mostconspicuous in pub- lic affairs in that section of the Union do lendthemselves to schemes of proscr... ...in a style of so mnch practical ele- ganee at the Bivsrside Press that its external dreaa deserves attention as one ef the most notable speci- mens ef... ...but ashadowy idea of the cause of it. Onee in the open air, however, every external trace of such a thing vanished and tbe two strolled away up the st...

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.... FrMkT. Jnoe IS' friend ofmine tfenis writes me from : : ' Tbe-'oiiditiaB of things here Ifevohitioiiary aa aaywhere in Ebrope." toes that teen 1 If ... ...ather," sucha party is topoaaible. Itcoaldnever master any strong anmbers, for the aimple reason, that there ate not offices and emohiments enough to ... ...they origi* wQy were estabUshed have been dit- yotad <tf ; a vague longing for some new taaia, capable to enliat enUmsiasm fur or against, has got bol... ... pub- lic sentiment apparently against the Government. Our press represent affairs in quite adifferent light, and oonnt the whole force of the rebelli... ...he great man, when Dedmug Gin^le^ as he is called, perceiving the state of affairs, boldly pre- sents himself as the London tragedian, deceives the ma... ...y of 30 yeaia' siandlng -a su>e andspeedy cure ^Bums Sorea, Boils, and all external injunea ; reeont- mended by physicians- Sold by all druggiau in th... ...ion of moaele, bone and mem rane, which constilate the instrument by wiUcb external sonnds are eooveyed to our senses. These dlschargea are alao very ... ... Ihe only waytotfst its validity. [Cheers] He should say pub- licly to tbe ministers ofthis law, " I shall violate this statute, and incur its penalti... ...iii to do so vnlt suffer tbe piHisnmeot wblcb.lt may prescribe. Aar 0. Tbe Ministers of dispatch ari respectively akarred with tbe execntton of this b...

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The Moral Order of the World

By: Bruce, Alexander Balmain, 1831-1899

... 1-- i ' if (•. I 5 j -,| tl 1 THE MORAL ORDER OF THE WORLD . i i #^^-'\^ 1 , •: if' L: f ^ ; I . T- . v32S2>- - i--"... .... v32S2>- - i--" -'T • -f The Gifford Lectures DELIVERED BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW IK 1898 SECOND SEJilES I'-'- *% V iL_ v/a*o --i.!tiiiwW'5a.«... ...ides. One who speaks of a Providence is a Theist, who believes in a God caring for, and governing, all. The Moral Order, on the other hand, is imperso... ... reality and essential nature ? Publication of these Lectures has been delayed for a twelvemonth by the state of my health. A. B. BRUCE. Glasgow, Apri... ...ed in the same drama in these teirms : ' Lo, they come, the gods' swift-footed ministers of ill, And in an instant lay the wicked low.' ' Slow punishm... ... to that accruing to others. In discoursing on the benefits derivable from all external ills, even death, Epictetus uses as an illustration the story ... ... brings the tears into my eyes ? Surely if the gods pay any attention to human affairs they exercise very little discrimination.' ^ Here is the age-lo... ...ntly to all, irrespective of character ; and when they happen they are. purely external events, therefore indifferent For the rest : consider that you... ... states, through the answers which it gave to those who sought its guidance in affairs of grave import. These answers were rendered more imposing by b...

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... OCTOBER 1, 1861. '"^ kdrawal tf tbe Rebels ^9 liefre WasluDgtoii. FU^nkis of He AdTUil tf vAtlHtiMil Foiees. . < nBMBBW'nBiian.BtnEAT .^*r*tTf%wVi 8t... ...of wheels evidently ipa<V by ight battariea, bat nothing like preparations for BtontitiBg stege.guna. In the desertedcamps, the itcB ioiiad tlie usual... ...were several poundsoHiaconi a few jfijialii f 4oar, cakes kaked and' ready for the talTlg. faat nff elotking, kata, boots, etc., and.ap te^D^Cf*Ue qua... ...^^^^^^^'^^W'^''^^^^^^^ ^*JMMBSWtWI?- ** ^n.4Li'II9!igJU'*4W '9 MOJSTETARl^ AFFAIRS. WmUmmtauBtmckBxctuay^ ..Sir. 3(M8n. g: M0WIfl>.8Mrl..b3l'4IX MOM d... ...her daj, M s. BsACxaixsu was the envy of the art world, the toast of prime ministers, and the glory of tlie stage. That she should-live in literature ... ...for th'e' familiesof volunteers, was rtierred to the Committee on National Affairs : Mavox'b Ornci, Nxw-Yoix, Sept 30, 1861. To thtHonmbU the Common C... ..., jams toe doorways and rambles curiously Over<the grounds. Somuch for the externals. Upon presenting ffly pass, I was ushered vritUn the Itoe of sent... ...ity or imfwrfectoess will notdehuuidl^ ther noUce from the Court, as those external ftetodo not ap^ar to have any important bearing Qpon the merits of... ...is evening, having come over in the Niagara. He brings dispatches from our Ministers, but their contents have not yet transpired. AK EXTBAOBDINAI(Y CA...

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...V NEWS. THE M4ILS BTTHE ARABIA. fflGBLY DSTEEESTING CORRESPONDENCE. Stal]s of the 'Battle of Malegn^io. beldeBti, Anecdotes and Facts of the War. OENE... ...ne 18, were received last evening. If* enlarge andamend the meagie summary for- Waided by telegraph with the letters of our Eng- SA and Contioental Co... ... hour the next morning, and 'were fortunately able to take the first train for Paris.' The day was showery but pleasant, and Ibe lide through Xorgiand... ...of Ihe Loaibaido- Venetlan Kingdom, to the caatial daptttiaaats, or to the Ministers ol the farmer GoretaiMBt. 5. The Goremor will nominate spKiil Coa... ...andknown as the Verti- cal Water-lube boilers. Both boilers have the aarne external dimensions; tbe furnaces, ash-pits, doors, ai.d smoke connections ... ...e witness conducted tne private orrest)ondence of ^defendant, and his love affairs were of no consequence. Ob cross-examination, witness said he was a... .... I spent two weeks at Richfield in '57, and, by the use of the water both externally and internally, toeether with the fine air, I was much benefited... ...ence of that victory I havs induced the King to choose for the head of his ministers the man pointed out by public opinion, but ! there remainsmuch mo... ...he heat, wMIe a>work ia Oraenweod Ceaetery, and died the Bight. ^ MONETARY AFFAIRS. aaaaTMrdFaaa. / t'.OOOTeaa.li, KH 1000 do .'..... tllk 10.000 do ....

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...r at3 o'dMik, P.M. Itirinboaaat ty aaO. arioM. at tka raa lataiaa tka JbAn affairs. ;mrW-TORK WKSKI.T TTBIES. Avan ia>a VxwirArnt roc th> Codiitt, ia ... ...fat aa- e>aaa*. C*;4a. ! par moatb; ikara^ f. Tha aaatlafalariMBthlTBeatnc for tka ladaawtiaa or lala af irinkabaMjt thaomea af tte AaaaelatioaL. No. ... ... l.at i-o'eSock.P. It. Ham- > wnflaata* to par thairdaaa prariaaatathahoar of r. 'TOaalBeawiflbaoooBaTarTTTTlSDATSVKN- XMe.&aBTtsltaVdaek. JOHN YANOKW... ...ry. rSBNCH WINDOW GLASS. 18,000 Baxt*SUwIa >BdOaakleTMckBMi, frm 6x* toMiM for aa!*^ r.HOPKIB8*BBSS _ _ . No. Baiclmy'St.. aaxt door to Astor Hooaa. P... ...s- tain no irreparable loss in a change in the man- agement of the Foreign Affairs. For one, I confess the letter of Mr. Consad te the Steamship Com. ... ...a, thair* those ofthe preseat day. HO' expressed tbe idea, that though the ministersof purday had been quite ,usef\i] In giving somuch oftheir atteati... ...of Stephenson. To-morrow, a Privy Council will be held, at which the chief ministers of State will be present, and the period of the meeting of Parlia... ...orth side. I really know not how to ccmvey an adequate idea of the general external architecture of the mansion, so difl'erent is it from anything I h... ...me of a Republic. You may look on a government, and see it possess all the external modes of Freedom, and yet find nothing of the essence, the vitalit...

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...:- ^ - ^ "-»-'-^, . YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1916._TWENTY PAGES. » v HEAD OF ERIEROAD ISODTFORWILSOU CARLSTROM^PLANS NEW TtST Of BIPLANE Witt Fill Ta... ...n Aerp- lane's Lifting Power. Says Wilton Did Not Play Politics, but Acted for the People — New Law* Have 'Stabilized' Business. f. D. Unde^ood Declar... ...ew Law* Have 'Stabilized' Business. f. D. Unde^ood Declares Un- •quiVggaHy^for PresidenV^n- dortingJudge Lovett's Views. „:.//'':'"'"'"' *^ ![""* ""*'... ...a almost impossible to . do anything positive " In the fields of for- eign affairs. Secretary Lansing declined tonight to , ^__, discuss the mall seiz... ...cording to Jaan Herbette, military .strategist and writer on International affairs. . " ft»nce is only a disinterested spec- tator in the debate," aay... ...^—*— I Justice. Shcbeglovitov. ^9W LrxirUt^On Avi*. a! 25'^SIXJ rihes* t«o Ministers resigned in June. ,..- , ..%, .1 . { i:''.:.^ Ln'.cr the pressure... ...CHjMiii IS utai; V Hostile Demonstrations Made Against French, and British Ministers. MOB WAVES AMERICAN FU« Marches to United States U- gatjon and Ap... ...s terms the amount due in I case of the death of the policyholder: through external means while on a coin - mon carrier was Increased until the| amoun... ...vided against " sunstroke, freezing, or hydrophobia, due in either case to external, violent, and accidental means, independent of all other causes." ...

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..."^ VOL. XI NO. 3361. -! [ N4FFA1RS <tf Qt Events Fridaj and Saturday, of the Rebels uder Jaekson npon Oar Right Wing. eir Repeated Repnlse, with ... ...662. . f Array of the Potomac has no- longer nee^ ^BJHplaia of inaetiTlty, for the comparatlTe quiet Mtiip**^ moiiUi has gireli place to three- daja o... ...te .kiliwi ^t^"' '"*' ""* 1U'*-lne< has b*en the repose of i mtt pieparlag for his spring. SecreUy and sl- ^IccntraUon 9t Ovf Arm; Between tae Cliicka... ...f tlie NortMni Ligbt.witb * . $400,000 in Treasure. ^ <|iriET AT PANAiTIA. AFFAIRS pr ceitt: AMERICA RAL AMli I steamsbip iVc The United States Mail s... ...Rica, has made a postal treaty wilh that State. TJie Secretary' of Foreign Affairs In Costa Rica, In his annual report speaks strongly in favor of the... ... WHITE, ijashier. MEDICAL. Jf A^ BR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. The best external remedy known. Prepared from the receipt of \ix. Stephen .Sweet, of... ...every Sunday, is infi-- nilely preferable, ai^ reflects much credit on the ministerswho have so readily relinquished their pul- pits to the cloth-cler... ...now if the bogus Washington telegram in the lierald, announcing that the ."Ministers .of two lead- ing European Powers had notified the Govern- ment t... ..., Atlas, Medical Rerkew. *c. DR. i?*WEET'.S INFAIiLTBLE EINIMENT. The best external remedy known. ''Prepared from the repeiptof Dr. Stephen Sweet, of ...

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...RESIDEH^QDITS 'CARABAO' SOCIETY *' —" T— ' -^ I Resigns as Honorary Member of Organization That Bur- lesqued Phil AND ORDERS IMVESTlGATION Singing of ... ... yew York Times. WASHINGTON, rfec. 15.—Incensed at What he deemed uncalled-for ridiciilejjt his Administration at the annual dinner of the military or... ...cy toward the Philippines as -portrayed at the. bariauet. . The^(ii?> mapd for an -investigation, together with intimations from the white House that ... ...ing. ex.-Cliairnian of the Military j ^^.^^ report to Mrs. Ray for orders. Affairs Committee. I ^^.^ p^g^y .^.ju i,e the only woman Po- Golden Hall, t... ...y the railroad and telegraph companies. PRAY FOR B. & M. INVESTORS Baptist Ministers Ask Divine Aid for Widows and Orphans. Special to The New York Ti... ...ans. Special to The New York Times. BOSTON, Dec. 15.—Hundreds of Bap- tist ministers, at a conference In Chip- man Hall,' Tremont Temple, to-day, unit... ...ral Fletcher sent a wireless message to the Navy Depart- ment to-day that, affairs there were be- coming normal. •Admiral Fletcher advised the depart-... ...at she had first received. The visual Impression had been stirred up and ' externalized ' Itself when she gazed upon the crystal. We believe that this... ...l swageerings and posturings which make up for those sat- isfied with mere externals the total con- ception of what can be done with the part. Thomas ...

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...E TROOPS TO BE REMOVED FROM THE SOUTH CAROLINA. STATK-HOUSK—PROPO- SITIONS OF COMPROMISE SUBMITTED BY GOV. CHAMBKRLAIN—WHY THEY ARE NOT APPROVED OP BY... ...in his judgment the public in- terests may require. But while contendin'j; for this principle, the President hasno desire to exercise any authority ov... ...ciple, the President hasno desire to exercise any authority over the local affairs of a State and use the Army to guard the public property of a State... ...ect to the civil authority to repress riot and dis- order. The proposition for a compromise submitted by Chamberlain was fully discussed by the Cabmet... ... Ptfeyjgfflrh gStmg, 3?mttr%^^ i^ istt,— ^g/j:^fe ff^ctt I'-'-] 1/ r /: if AFFAIRS U FRANCE. POLITICAL, ARTISTIC, AND SOCIAL. RUSSIAN QKNERALS IN PARI... ...urch or the State, be altogether removed. But these are merely passing and external difficulties, to be'surmounted by patriotic policy, by mutual forb... ...Ta WANrBU. lUostrated Catalocmes i^tailed. A liberal discoDnt to Teachers. Ministers. Churches, lie. (sheetmnsicathalfprice. HOKAOB WATERS& sO.Ns. Mad... ... the royal assent to such had been given by the Queen, under the advice of Ministers of both parties. As in many colo- nies marriage with a deceased w... ...tion and advancement shall depend on good bebayior and efflcieiioy, not on external inflnenoes ; that no poll ioAl test shall be required beyond the s...

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...ECEMBER 1, 1870. PRICE FOUR OBNTSL IBE POLITICAL SITUATIOJ^. U w fSOBJtBbS OF EVENTS. IkSTTtTATION IK 80UTK CilROLIKA—ADEM- OCRATIC TRICK TO OBTAIN PO... ...l. 3oth parties continued in session, each {earing to adjourn, as the vote for Gover- Mtr ia counted in joint session at noon lo-d^y. Wallace was noti... ...WHAT THEY LOST BY FOLLOW- ING THB EDGEFIELD. POLICY— THE COUNT OF THE VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. BvteUlDinateh to the New-Tork Timet. ' Columbia, Nov. 30.— Ev... ...t is. Both the candidates cannot win, and unfor- tunately tbe situation of affairs is so shaped that the disappointed party, whichever it may be, will... ... otic-motives by allaying the present extreme party bitterness in I'eueral affairs. Under such a state of thlnzs all political parties would feel a gr... ...ous difficulties, and asking questions that will not let ns sleep upon our external pros- perity or withdraw our minds frem public concerns. Thank God... ...niment of raps, and other strango noises, which was resented by his fellow-ministers and congregation. The consequence was that his church was burned ... ...u occasionwas maoe one of all possiblepomp. The Saltan was attended by his Ministers, the . Geueral by tbe Staff of the Embassy, all in ffrande tenue.... ...from under her. She had two chairs, one to place her injured foot upon. No external marks of injury were found upon her. I did not say the noman was n...

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...RBATTLE WEEK. ui^rate Battles on Tfaorsday. Friday and Saturday, 1 Uefieat of the Rebels ion the HxJl Bun Battle-Grotmd. inr Xttssea IVot Lese than .E... ...700 Union prisoners they had Uken since the commence- ment of the movement for which they are paying so dearly. The rebels realized that priioners in ... ...ls have been entrapped, and the result of the recent mancsuvrlng is looked for with intense eagerness. Wasbisoto!!, Sunday, Auk- 31 Evening. Informati... ..., Men- don, Bivreaand Engbien les BaiQ*.^ He ia under the authority o( the Ministers, and is a member of the Board of Ciiecters of the Uont '^e Fiete,... ... foi appointments In the Medical Stalls of orvolunteer legtments. Military affairs throughout the Slate appear to be decidedly brightening. Great conf... ...shl. however, no trace of him had been found. It wasone-of the most brutal affairs that haa for a long lime occurred In the Ward. [Ad T trtuetD^nt. ) ... ... despfte tbe late Governor's eb- jeotions, again passed tbe bill requiring ministers lo lake and file an oath of allegiarice before solemniziag marria... ...il, warmly clad, and thoroughly presided bv tbe GuvtTrwr.cnt wiiri all the external necessaries fer the conAici, while with the inner SDirit the i\ew-... ...KD op OttlCY. AS A LfoN-TAMgB. It i a well-established political fact that external pressure upon a country has a (e.Tdency to unite all parlies and f...

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... NEXT WEEK'S WEDDING PARTY AT THE WHITE -HOUSE Miss Adeline Mitchell Scott of Princeton, Bridesmaid. 1 MISS ELEANOR WILSON. The President's Youoigest ... ...nttheGreater Parts of Their Lives on Adjoining Estates Keminds One of Love Affairs in Novels of English Country Life. (PJtoto (O by underwood d Underw... ...CTRESS KNOWN TO "MOVIE" AUDIENCES. Miss Mary Cliarleson Acts in Many Roles for the FHms. NEWAUTUMN FASHION IN HAIRDRESSING. Band ofBlacKVelvetStudded ... ...aist is lined with net and trimmed attractively with fur. Very Hmart model for theatre or calling. BpcciaUy priced, ^22.50 A'^tualbj worth lfr.0.00. "... ...of the foreign Governmerfs appeared to believe that Gen. HuerU had brought affairs to such a point that drastic action might be necesal^ tated. " Oh, ... ... service, except in the naming of judges of the courts. Am- bassadors, and Ministers, members of the President's Cabinet, and general officers of the ... ...wo years. Henry then wrote to; Francis, informing him that the ^(iiperor's Ministers had made dishon- orable proposals for breaking olf the nia»rlage ... ...the right to tax the Colonies, and the posi- tion of the latter that their external commerce might be regulated and an Income obtained incidentally th... ...n though his rOle is not one of the sort In which a heavy make-up or other external artifice is employed. And in theory It is undoubtedly true that re...

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Letters and Verses of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D. D : Between the Years 1829 and 1881

By: Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn, 1815-1881; Prothero, Rowland E. (Rowland Edmund), Baron Ernle, 1851-1937

...'-m 'm^-f K-j LETTERS AND VERSES OF ARTHUR PENRHYN STANLEY, D.D. 4 ''''W??^^?'fV?r^f^^r^^!f^ fe- - :.^. !-.... ...;:^ From their private nature a large number of the letters are unsuitable for publication ; a still larger number refer to matters which would be of ... ... these pages. The letters given here have been chosen, as far as possible, for their general interest, or for the light which they throw upon^the char... ...es foretell. Where be the Spirits that attend your will ? Where your dread ministers for good and ill ? ! ; • The mighty storms your funeral dirges si... ...ternoon, for the first Q- time since he came to Rugby, he wound up all the affairs ^ of the school on Saturday instead of postponing it to Monday morn... ...ical system, and that by that system he must stand or fall. Ecclesiastical affairs too, George says, people are very anxious to free from the control ... ...ike the streets of Valetta, glimpses of the sea at the different openings. Externally {i.e. seen from a distance, or from the heights), it certainly i... ...ent colours their official or non- official character. These are the chief external marks of the deluge which has engulfed the monarchy of France. Of ... ...in time. Every sound washushed as he approached. First came the four great ministers ; then in a simple European dress, a long blue cloak and a red fe...

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...np deirailrairark*. R teioft IIinpM* |Nnt(llMlMli.'TlMyenttBla HtU* imttar of In- tMM,IMkcrttaa eoBfirmmtlon oftM fall ofICcw- t VcMCtaMiMiMiVl , atf ... ...ttakeadof ** Markets," mentions the very small sap- *ly of edibles exposed for sale, and says. It becomes a qoe*t]OB of grare meraect as to where and ... ...She went down the Gulf to Galveston and Rio Grande with mails and supplies for the blookaders off those points, and is expected back to-morrow. I am g... ...yOKKTOWN' -With an entire page of Narrative. NEWS FROM THE WEST ANiJ SuFTH Affairs In MiSEOuvi, .Arkansas and Tf^nneiaee The Advance of the Union Armi... ...wonnded Boldiers< Alderman Boole moTcd to refer to Committee on Na- tional Affairs. ^Vhich waa cirried on a division by the following rote : Affirmati... ...aiid so much fatigue alone . ht hai more work than allthe other Consult or Ministers. Do Influence tht OoveramaQt to tend a altamer to ply regularly u... ...earance of genuineneas, as to pass the scrutiny o^ the Ausulan and Belgian Ministers with- out exciting a shade of suspicion. Anon came bills of credi... ... appropriate duty of the physician : to gatbertogether and combine all the external symp- toms hearing upon the state of the brain, or any other argan... ... that the leaders of treason wlfl yield to the force of eircum- sUnces and external pressure, and seek full restoration to the Union upon the terms pr...

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...ared to b« oltiaons and entitled to privilezea as sucb. and aUo tho riffhu of white Re- publlcaiia are sabstsntlslly aisregarded and law- lesslr viula... ...he General Guvern- laeot. Grave national reasons shoald oertainly ba g;von for thla by those who insist upon withdraw- ing control from theparty whlob... ...io Commlctee, Oated Sept. So, 1876, de- , elares : ''The time has now come for a radical otaansn ana the sntiscitution of a wholly nevr infla- enoe. t... ...s for a change, that better men—statesmen better calculated to conduct the affairs of tbe Govern- ment—will be placed in charge of its interests if th... ...y of a man who will give the people an economical administratioo of publio affairs, and who will discbarge tbe duties of the ofiice m the interest of ... ...and Bulgaria to be gov- Mfijpsjty expresses this feeling, and requests his Ministers to take measures to put an cud to the deplorable state of affairs... ...- ANCE ESTABLISIIHD. London, Oct. 20.—The Cabinet met yes- terday. All tbe Ministers were present. The Times says the meeting was rendered neces- sary... ...the great triumph, botb con- structive and rosthetic, of itscupola, or the external grandeur of tbe cupola from without, wherever it can be seeu—that ... ...rity ot oases, has its shell inclosed within its body, instead of being an external and protective Structure — and the bodies of both animals, with th...

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...OCTOBER 1, J87G.—TRIPLE SHEET. r >, -t • I "^^ Et«. ! V^^ ~ I THK CAMPAIGN OF 1876. AREPUBLICAN VICJORY EXPECTED IN JiOH'JM CAROLINA. WirrRAORDDrAItT ... ... wMtea. and 79,443 blacks : total. 196.876. The ftte tiorinit that iDontii for Governor was Rt^ pabiicau,92,i^ Deniocrahc,73,594; Republican, migority... ...007. making a Republican majority of 12.168. In 1S70 there wa? an election for Attorney General, Ck>ngresB. and members ot the Lesis- la;ure. During t... ...greater reforms in the civil service, and in the methods of conducting the affairs of the Govern- ment, than have been or can be shown to have hap- pe... ....io by his accounting before tha Surrogate that tMeir luau- asement of the affairs of the deceased was beuuticlal to the estate, and that the Receiver... ...e that, while scarcely anymind is absolutely blank to imprassioas from the external world, lovers of nature prefer different and various scenes, i Oue... ...this week at Hartford. There will be a larire attendance of Congregational ministers from all parts of the country, and several missiouaries will doub... ...ppily, so exhausted that be died at 6 o'clock iii the evening CHURCHES AND MINISTERS. — HOME AND FOREIGN EVENTS. Rov. L. K. Janney and Rev. A. Gilrutb... ...rk of slaugiiteriog is ttoished, and instead of its being a nuisance it is externally orna- mental and the internal arrangements are such that tbe wor...

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... ffMtol fo rh« .Veto rorfc |'iiTU«. WASHINGTON. Jan. 15.—Thlrty-Ov* St»ta> of the thlrty-ntx necessatrir ha;t& row rktUled Uie prohibition amendment t... ... an<Hlhe armies demobilized, th^ Frtaident Tiy proclamation to fix the ut« for aa(A demobilization. Claim An States bnt Three. ProWWtlon leaders here ... ...d- eral Cotistltutlon, which provided that suffrage should not be abridged for race or color, was proposed to the State l>;glslatfires In 1869. It was... ...ns: "The Presideiit of the United Stat«r<^d the Prim* Minister and Foreign Ministers, of the AlUed Po;wer», abated .by the Japanese -Am- bassadors in ... ... to have ended. The inaia obJOet of both Govern- ments i* to arrange wortd affairs sb that their armed forces nncy be de- mobilised in the shortest po... ... , •^ "; idiess Michulsky. The bandit* tore the As evidence of the 4ate of affairs re- i dojhes from both Michulsky and his gardins raw materials With... ...ns Observe the Law. FRAME REPDBLIC OFIiWGERlW WfTH 15 STATES Ebert and His Ministers Com- plete a Draft of Constitution for National Assembly. GERMAN ... ...ong as the enemy su.-Yivej anywhere. And your fight Ifc Iroth internal and external. 'U'hen Islam had won Arabia it set forth to conquer Syria and Egj... ...an 6%s Advance. Strength in the Imperial Russian Gov- ernment 6% per cent, external bonds was manifest in yesterday's trading, ihe close being at .->8...

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...evident thatthe Democrats have given up all hope ofhaviag carriedthe State for Tilden, and arenow preparing to give up the Governor- ship. A« undisput... ...and arenow preparing to give up the Governor- ship. A« undisputed majority for Hayes of abont1^ is conceded. The StateBoard of ConTasseTSmetyesterday,... ... preparing to give up the Governor- ship. A« undisputed majority for Hayes of abont1^ is conceded. The StateBoard of ConTasseTSmetyesterday, but, pend... ...ll Cumback, 4;r , uBW Wallace, John CoBUKN. This is about the aituation of affairs at pres- ent. Gen, Philip H. Sheridan arrived here to-night from Ch... ...her ex- ioBination prores JMrdri to he Hke Morris' iiroik only in the most external qnabtKes. The finoa are ofthe siune length and rhyme simply , iwit... ...^^ on the steadiness of se- curities at London which lead to a belief that affairs in Eastern Europe, if not improve d, were, at least, no more critic... ...ratiou ef empty-headed womeiL To break the charm, the intervention of some external authority is-neoessary. In England, all the great nnivorsi- ties h... ...B* at etiae iaDabU&.i*- XtfscabU ta , exdnk«aa< ~ '•.»^'>r*3^ CHURCHES AND ministers;^ .!.:". BOMB AND FOREiaif. BVETXTS. The Arohbishops ofYorkand Ca... ...lin, and Vienna, presumably for consultation with the re- spective foreign Ministers. Careful oflacial contradictions are published this morning of th...

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...REE CElfTB. HANG E IN THECABINET lieniTION OP SECRBTAST CBASB. illf . Tod, of OMo, Appointed as His r S ' Successor, but Declines, fiMSons for and Spc... ...llf . Tod, of OMo, Appointed as His r S ' Successor, but Declines, fiMSons for and Spccnlatioos opoB tbe Change* B4K*f Executive Session of tbe Senate... ...hlDgtoa a It li andaritood to hare in NaW'Tork, althoagh tbere wai >o here for Um Mm* Incredulity with It la reported the tidingi were re- in J^aw-Tor... ... Committee heretolore appointed on motion of Mr. Brooks to investigate tbe affairs o( the Treasury Department, which was ordered to be printed, and tb... ...EOBOIA. r^lia** just arrived from iha front, and will S*Vaa Uie history of affairs up to tbe 23d Insu, J|(m4* U> (ilaoa I broke oS in my last letter, ... ...hirg that can prove deletcilous to health when taken Internally or applied externally ; its as- tringent and healina properties being well calculated ... ...'be- soming bloody and pnrnlent. 1 hBTSWed msdtciaes of almost t-nrj kind; external appBcatleos to Oe heed, 1 such as eamphor, glager, hot rinegar, sn... ...ed the same identical waters at tbe same time, b'jt that their three Prime Ministers, who respectively accompany them, alt want Kisaingen treatment to... ...o to war. Tbe difference which existed between the King of Denmari^and bis Ministers and Privy Councillors waa setiRd on the 20ih of June i tbe Minist...

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...TORBOOTH IN INDIANA ~— tSEVITAL QUESTIOJ^SOFTHE YEAB. LUCID =1»RKSRNTATIOX OF T^E FINASCIAL PROBLIM—THE SPIRIT OF THE REPUB- I.XCA.N AND OKMOCRATIC PA... ...bis an- dionee at the man who has the very J»8t pl^n_that vrerwas inreated for-sj*aj>jyinir currenoy, ^K^ r Inc specie payments, and paym^ the publro ... ...ber serpents. Of coarse, that wiU be Toarspbat you 'toiisc bide your time, for this is a wicked and perrerse cejieTation. It has ot cot iaat of the wi... ...has received the following dispatch from the Turk-' isb Minister ofForeign Affairs : CoNSTAimNOFi.B, Aug. 31.—The cruel dis- ease of which (be Sultan ... ... These representations are understood to be earrylng the day against those Ministers who counsel moderation and to be over- eeming the pacific tendenc... ...irm the statement that Bnssla desires to include Herzegovinian and Bosnian affairs in the settlement, upon the basis of the Berlin mem- orandum. If th... ...aa a residence. Abdul Hamid, tbe new Sultan, waa yesterday received by th* Ministers and fonotion- anes at tbe Topcapon .Palace, where be was pro- cla... ...<r kioQ which is one of the main elements of eur focial strengtli ; and in external affairs, I have endeavored to develop and stren^^then our em- pire... ...n ; Charles Thornton, badly bruised ; Col.* Pool, foot crushed ; Dr. Carr, external injuries. A large number of others, among them several ladies, wer...

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...n tSfi oy a mcdorit? t^e Tweed Blug ^ QaturalisatioQ i^a Democrats sncceei for Seymour,; but ^ne 'Demooiratio .^iuoelSSe. Now i |>arn«(l ior Ijiuooln,... ... ^ne 'Demooiratio .^iuoelSSe. Now i |>arn«(l ior Ijiuooln, and was carried for Grant 930. In 1868, when itfered tneir traudul<rnt r«,vJill OTer i)ie S... ... ; since 1872. are oomitisl bat, and I been great obiaDges wbioh tot aware of, ' the ooanty ought TO give a iiui(;|o)dty forHaye^ and Wbeel- er on Tue... ... financial sagacity and strict economy of tne Union men who controlled the affairs -of the State, while men who now hold Stare offices were, for the m... ..., and Chioago, 25 discount. The foreign advices repeat an excited state of affairs at the money centres of Europe, owing te the statementpublished in ... ...f Mr. Mills' office in Exchange court. ^ 4t the. meeting of the- Methodist ministers held at No. 805 Bioadway on Monday last, at which the question of... ... from Madridreports that Gen. Qnesado yesterday held a onnferenoe with the Ministers on the state of the fiasqne Provinces. Thearmy of oconpation will... ...inst ihese atteinpts, and in securing a fair and honest vote. Although the external mani- festations of political excitement bava greatly sab- sided a... ...Uavms been for almost touryearsintimatelybon- Bected with the intamrl.iind external administra- tion of this work, I feel that we have abuadaot cau.ie...

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... cOTTnnnnltj'f MMinpal Building Ike ww act, the services minister Dept Two of Charlie Chamber lam t three sons are connected * thecads* field Don is n... ...ie Chamber lam t three sons are connected * thecads* field Don is naanacer for CKCW Moncton. Ma David holds a similar pact WUB CJCWftsssai Tin fim iin... ... minister test, co-sponsored by the b limn and merchants m are*, kicks off for two 10 1 Pull details will be found > where in this edition Workshop On... .... He*. Geri POft With NBid Kipping as manager of infor nution and putoiic affairs (m The New Brunswick T< Company Limited has bti announced The appwn... ...ilable to ib * ter tatt) tke ecu to ae m rcBBTtbylJec H, tofttec of aripal affairs. tatMn aad cat I cabinrf Smith taut it estaousli tfer was decided t... ...r Counties over a decade: the immui over thatsame period of former cabinet ministers Don lami^Mn and Jean-Eudes Dube; the unified voice of the Campbel... ... adopted shortly, he said. Mr. Boudreau also announced that he has invited ministers and their deputies from eastern Canadian provm cial government de... ...ties far sallallh Mexican candi ^v department of Manpower .or behalf of of External KfataaOaal Hi (will he judged in > 11 to 17 and i offers three tot... ...ice dsnt rank* i quality ilfl My odktr ft* phone , >mpjn in '%*r f Amenta. external fmannts * MrM miUion.' -.:., i To be in t pvitian k* and maintainm...

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...ould not be 4Uiiid but few momenta. Jhere U another very interesting phase of the ItcCa* Ttia. If you recollect, in a former letter I advNMl y that, a... ...o there, as . per appfdntment, but Bi0KMAH failed to arrive. McCoOK waited for him nearly two day?, which gave the rebela a cbaAc* to contract their c... ...negroes. All sorts of rewards <br the deliverance of the former, and small for- tunes offered for the Capture of the latter. The Rebel states that a n... ... to move to waother point, indicated by the governing mind of our military affairs as more eligible than the one we then occupied. This feeling grew o... ...game, Messrs. Cop- parkaads aiibei at borne or abroad ' THEODOaE. MONETARY AFFAIRS. *! mt the Bteek Sxekaace^AttS. P,000 0. 8. (. 'S1..B. 110 M,000 n.... ... have been the undivided Union, with 4ts malerlallsUo tenden- cies and lis external strength neutralized by an m- teinal secUonal balance of power." X... ... other ofa monib both oomin? ob snd.lenly. aod imprtgaabis to upiiances of external blistering and Internal washings anif ollings could, nevertheless,... ...raduates will doubtlessbe larger than on any previous com- menceihent, and ministers snd laymen, friends of the college^ wUl gather from all parts of ... ... fits term, therefore, la not yet iver 4t kaa not begun to ran. Ha aad bla ministers iava already several times, and In aevaral forms BOmatad that the...

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...EATHER f air toda\ ; F'ridttv fair, warmer; southeast to south^lj^'inds^ t^For full weaiher r»port a^* I'ug'} '^S. VOL. LXV ^^^(f~22,IJ27. NEW YORK, T... ...thin CominHtlng Dlwtmnre. Kl»«wh«r». SENATE WAR INQUIRY MODIFIED AT DEMAND OF PRESIDENT; WILSON NAMES C. E. HUGHES TO SIFTAIRCRAFT CHARGES; IHARD FIGH... ...ers ^d Parcels Made Without Mishap. NewSUp TuekeJioe in Service; Was Ready for Sea in 37 Days TIMES IN THE FIRST POUCH Flier Bound from Washington to ... ... " that nothlnc in this rcaolution shall be held to authorise the Military Affairs Committ*'* toitake over or in any man- ner direct oc superintend th... ...ad told Sena- tors that he did not object to an in- quiry by. the Military Affairs^Commit- tee' Into the aVcpaft program, he dlA" -QTi^t'op Daring -Fo... ...l- K-el^ed in Amsterdam today says that plomacy V'^d that the words of tho Ministers at the German Army Head- ' uage of the courts decide ndehlp nor e... ...d that the^ Oau< awus Oovewimnnt- 8»;nrf its delogtii^a to l^atoum. '' TWO MINISTERS RESIGN IN. ITALY Heads of Mamtions and Tranz- - port Departments ... ...mply- .; inff with these Instructions, the board I reported : ^ 1 (a> Thnt external protection bv any Out- ' "'^'an^ -*i> far .<^ueF;ested Is n<it a p... ...istance of the Russian Army and Navy was not lost through the influence of external military operations. It was lost as the result of an internal gang...

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Abbeys, Castles, And Ancient Halls of England and Wales : Their Legendary Lore and Popular History

By: Timbs, John, 1801-1875

... PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. HE reception accorded to the first edition of the present work has induced the Pubhshers, at considerable expense, to ... ...st in the metropolis—denotes it as the likeliest to be chosen, in any age, for the site of its chief edifice devoted to religious worship. That it was... ...f a stone altar sculptured with the image of Diana, during the excavations for the foundations of Gold- smiths' Hall, in 1830. Hence the idea that a t... ...bliterated. The fVhite Tower is a rare example of Norman architecture, hut externally it has been much disfigured by casing and restorations in the ar... ... Rahere, from his counsel and help derived much encouragement. Alfun, with ministers of the church, sought and provided necessaries for the jxxjr men ... ... above all, by a dispute concerning tne appointment of an assistant in the affairs of Ireland, when he was abmit to visit that country as Lord Deputy.... ...will prove a very good wife." In the following year, 161 7, these domestic affairs totally changed. The political marriage of his daughter with Villie... ... she spoke very graciously, first to one, then to another, whether foreign ministers, or those who attended for different reasons, in English, French,... ...660. Eltham Palace was quadrangular in plan, and surrounded by a moat, and external wall. The entrance was on the north, but there was a drawbridge on...

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...emperature C7 |n»r full wcathar r«p*rt ••• Pmo IS. ••1 CAMPAIGNTO OJT COST OF LIVING s' Preliminary Survey of Situation Made at Conference with Attorn... ...Producers. ULTIMATUM FROIVl TRAII^MEN Demand Wage Increase or Lower Prrce* for Neceseltlea • by Oct 1. Special to TheNew York Timet. WASHINGTOX, July ... ...ent •officials whoso duties are most closely affiliated with ' UVlng cosU, for an ex- change of . views. Mr. Palmer said the conference had been calle... ...nt." POLAND TO GET GALIGIA. recent boom for Dr.. J. O. Rutherford, j local affairs to a consTde^abl But Peace Conference Experte Rec- ommend Limited A... ..." i'^"..'" 4i"> •*' ' Calvin, when selling at 100 per cent ?.<'J"^'"«9* of affairs abroad '^ profit, adds more to the cost of the meat to the consumer... ...wish colonies In snd alve the people of Russia the odbor- I The Council of Ministers has approprl- : Judea. Galilee, and Samaria. - tuhltv to establl.... ...mlngs announced that/fie had " greatly enjoyed himself." ^-^ APOLOGIZES TO MINISTERS. einployment.' Former service men who are qualified for shipbuild... ...umble Judgment it Is not—«.s to Internal questions such as immigration, or external such a^ the Monroe Doctrine, yet there is a reason why amehdments,... ... members of the League the obligation " to respect and preserve as against external aggression Uie territorial integrity and existing political indepe...

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...s Gratified by Their Efforts •to Start New Sys -Otem on Date Set. SEES END OF PANICS Use of Commercial Bills Will Guar- antee Money and Credit to Meet... ...rectors of the several banks made to my suggestion that the banks be ready for business on Nov. 16. In spite of the fact that only three weeks were al... ...e a central gov- erning body, and allow the cantons to run their own local affairs. The people there begged me to be their head, and I am proud of the... ...their head, and I am proud of the part I played in their behalf. I did not for a moment believe my Government would back me up." BIND AND GAG MILLINER... ... by the banka. The persons desiring ,advance8 -will have to disclose their affairs and th^r books- to the banks. The gruaranteiB Is to apply only to a... ...he action taken by the United States Government in maidng inquiries of Its Ministers in Ecuador and Colombia for information about the alleged vio- la... ... and argument of cause set down for the fourth Monday of Nov., 1914. . . „ Ministers, Bldera, and Deacons of the Rs- formed Protestant Dutch Church In... .... Morgan & Co, announce that they are prepared to deliver Republic of Cuba external debt 5 per cent, gold bonds of 1914 in exchange for temporary cert... ...ts deliberate con- tempt for good faith, loyalty, and treaty agreements In external rela- tiona would raise a crowd of enemies. ,, sad prevent it from...

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...643. SOUTHERN COMMERCE. Highly Important Order irom the President. Bemoval of the on Internal Restrictions Trade. The Greater Portion of the Sonth Thr... ..., gray xiniforms and cloth, locomotiTes, cara, railroad ifon and machinery for operating railroad i, tel- egrahh wires, insulators and instruments for... ... ty. and the Suta Department buUdlBg wUI ahortly be demolished to make way for the north whig. T^heB this la completed the building will be one of gre... ...d boat, as well as fleet one. Mr. Wm. J. GAasaai. haa control of tbe olSco affairs, while our,friend Jambb McGiXTi win be fattBd In the saloon, where ... ...Ma'lne, tbe Marquis ns Sa pa BAsasiaA ; Minister of Finance and of Foreign Affairs, Count b'Ava.A ; Minister or tbe Interior, and of Justice, Saanoa S... ...rb, Pr. HoiraHTOS, tbs Rector of the church and several other Episcopalian ministers, and were deeply impressive in their character. The church was cr... ... allowed to slumber for a sufficient length o< time to pat the Em- peror's Ministers partly off their guard. And probably It is owing to this that the... ...man thai the North knows nothing about. Mr. LiRCOLa sometimes supported an external appearance of serenity and cheerfulness which ne waa far irom feei... ... no less than eight adults with but one sieeplag-VBom, These hats measured externally WU eiD. iQuare '^ la Lobefihan, Llcetterahlr,oat of thlrtV'five ...

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...numDering ."<O.0oO, remained fa.thful to the Majtimalists. . ' " The cause of Kerensky's unpopular- ity, according to this Hi!.ssian, was hid oppositi... ...Jior Gallenga, Secre- tary of State, who appreciates the love .America has for our own country, and of which she has given proof. " A dispatch, receiv... ...rmy can'ar- rive." said AiberL Kerry yesterday in says, has taken measures for evictual- { tiie Chamber of JJepuues. As a former ing the Russian capit... ...will not sacrifice its bloodifa^d treasure to the incoi;npetent ham^B^ the affairs of Europe. " Ip saying all this, wnich\^^vfe'$' much on mv mind, be... ...alian Army's Collapse. By ARTHUR POLLEN. roracnoct British Writer on Naval Affairs. The perennial diffldUty In war is to ee events first as they truly... ...s of the Oovernmert., the States and territories, regular or daly ordained ministers of religion, students who on May IK were In attendance at theolog... ... by advice pivcn by department offlcUiIs summoned for the purpose. Cabinet ministers are not summoned, but sometimes volunteer. Th« Congressmen are no... ... Interest. It stands for the subjection to human judgment of all claims of external authority, whether In an organised Church, or In more loosely gath... ...The new Patriarch may show them the reason : Russia must be cleared of the external and internal foes, order established, and the Con- stituent Assemb...

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...News That's Fit to Print." mCAL STRIKE TIES UP TRAFFIC ONGMANROP Paralysis of Communication Fast Spreading West from Central States. . REDS INCITING W... ...idner of Coal j pRQHMAII'S D^BTS LARGE Bulk of Hayman Estate Goes to Widow for Lif^ After Bequest to Brother lis Paid. and Supply dec-lared loday that... ...e supply of electric current in Greater Berlin. RaUroad pas.«engcr traffic for points n O.Ttral-fterniany has entirely 'ceased and Ihe larger .'»tatlo... ...l Sewat^t, . Chairman of the Brlllsli War Mission, returned to wind up the affairs of the mission In U>e United States and to visit his mother in Cana... ...ate and -the Com- 1 .^as. Democrat, who was la the chair mittee on Foreign Affairs of the House : ! called for the regular order of business. MCK. Ir ... ...rts that Lindner, after shooting-j '^jyKL,?,',},,. Auer. made a search for MinistersTin^ ,-- ''-igntniy and Rosshaupter, who were absent froin the Gov... ...iy. The toMig tution provides 1h»t the rrestcient i appoint three (~ablnet Ministers that the other thrpe shall be appoBH" by the Slate Council. .Much... ...d and promotes n-imfort. Good i stiff tnusdos, too, sprains and md ; other external aches and pains. j Economical, reliable, c'lesr.. ix^ :ask your dr... ...was to pass to the item. ' Formative Influences on Ix>weirs character : A, external ; B. internal. Note that ho moved rajildly from New Eng- land and ...

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... nP Hf^BI Festival off to great start Thousands of people turned out along the parade route Monday night towitnessone oft... ...ong the award-winning floats entered was the one put together by the Knights of Columbus, Council 1935, featuring a replica of a sailing vessel. The g... ...featuring a replica of a sailing vessel. The group won the Recognition Prize for its efforts. (Northern Light Photo) Cool temperatures did not deter t... ...nt when it finally did arrive. Green Thumb Landscaping won the overall prize for their entry; the float also won die best commercial float category. T... ...n the field for about 12 years. She said she still enjoys the action of city affairs, but she and her husband, Guy Rose, have always wanted to return ... ...e heat from grumbling taxpayers. There's room for cynicism here when federal ministers go about criticizing provincial counterparts for increasing the... ...olid roots in this community where I was educated, participated in community affairs and was always available to assist individuals and groups enhance... ...hornton It's a pity Prime Minister Brian Mulroney put a gag on federal unity ministers because now, unfortu- nately, we no longer know how they're mak... ... with FREE CD Rom Software can be used with or without your computer Compact external CD Rom drive with f~i'"'jf 'fon ' P anel aijdio controls Comes "...

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...THER Cieariac to<l«x; Tbarsday fair, cooU •outfiwest to horthwcft winds. C For full w«»th«r report ae« P»«e IS.. VOL. LXVIII...NO. 22,458. NEW YORK. W... ...dmits He Favors New War to End Wars if League . Plan Fails. • ^S SKEPTICAL OF HISTORY 3.- Of Tmrks tt Ask MU€$ t^ Let TbtmExtnae EwierFakg PARIS. July... ...hcr great-«r to ,„,j^^ j— tW«„ To* TlsM Om^if. •*.taljll^li universal pcaw for good In the ' ^, ^ <f«nl 0? the failure of th? L^agui of. Special Cable... ...rsailles, III I .-.t.»/i by Herman MUUer as !' ,^feiah Minister of Foreign Affairs late Iniinie: — z^r* CODRT ORDER HALTS GAS HEARINGSHm /udge Manton ... ... re are countries where • the oc- on of readjusting the tide trhlch ta the affairs of men Is not ut hazard. Mr. ' H. N. Bka>ls- Ipiself one of the wor... ... fiftieth yaar. „iss ADm.J^IDB CfMMINO. ajcharacter tress last seen as the ministers wife in " Little Teacher " road company, died Mondav a^ a local h... ...ntegrity and politteal Independ- ence of the members of the League sgalnst external aggression, and yet that argument might not applv with the same fo... ...prescriptions in distinct cocv tainen. Internal remedies in white bottles, external in bitie bottles. Powders, piD$ and tablets in hinged boxes to avo... ...URCH, IVth Avsnue and Thirty-seventh StK «,_.-.— i William Pleraon MerffiL Ministers JTheodore Ainsworth Orasoa. Rev. G.- A. JOHNSON ROSS. D, D.. will...

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The Williams Record

...111 has amioiincccl that Pml. Mohcrt C. L. Scott has been ap- pointed Dean of the Colkf^e (oi the eoiniiiK aeedeinic year when present Dean Robert R. ... ...rnival Spirit Invades Student Body; Wagon To Herald Damsels ant assignment for the Ford Foundation for the Advancement of Education, No elaboration of... ...me a valued citizen of the Berkshires and has served as an active work- er for the Williamstown Bicen- tennial. He is an authority on lo- cal history,... ...is wav through all manner of Scottish wars, raids. cutlass duels, and love affairs. The supporting players are for the most part a pretty insipid bunc... ...t. Although in ousincss for himself, Muir remains very active in religious affairs and plans to continue working for the college and the Qui with the ... ... Moscow after servin the INS staff coverini; the recent Biu Four forcijjii ministers ference in Berlin. He has also workeclfor the United Press. II. t... ...d to Washington to testify on the success of the communists In en- listing ministers In the 1930's from the Baltimore area, where he was serving at th... ...erms of the words and concepts each of them employs. The mora- list has no external standard by which to criticize the Freudian description of charact... ... by arguing that people rea- lize the necessity for referring to something external to the lan- guage as a confirmation for the very words they're usi...

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...keller Introduction to Career Weekend —Chairman Heru-y Dawes '28, Director of Personnel, Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., Hart- ford, Connectic... ...l, Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., Hart- ford, Connecticut. A word of welcome from Dr. Samuel A. Matthews, Chairman pro tem of the Faculty. De... ...oardman '38, International Economist, Office of Greek—Turlcish and Iranian Affairs; Senator Robert P. Cramer, State Senator, Boston, Massachusetts. CO... ...e Nurembui'g tri- als; John F. MacVane '33, well- known radio news analyst for the American Broadcasting Co.; and Karl A. Hill, dean of Dartmouth's Am... ...e RECORD and of the Pur- ple Cow. HENRY DAWES '28: The grad- uate chairman for Career Week- end, he was a member of the var- sity swimming and footbal... ... a true representation of college feeling. C. C. Okays Proposal On Current Affairs The possible re-establishment of a Williams Current Affairs Weekend... .... Sproat lUlribuled the fail- ure of their mission, both to in- ternal and external problems. In- ternally, they not only naively in- terpreted politi... ...ded contact with the masses. DEVELOPMENTS In the I870's and 80's two major external developments threw the movement into a self-destructive hysteria. ... ...ffin told about a series of psychological tests given to a group of parish ministers. "Those men whose ministry was judged effective' in the typically...

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...l Cd i4Hofs Ihxi^ KvL'Mng Fines To SAC to Aid Reserve Fund; SC Tables Move for Approval Monday, Jan. 16 - Tlie allocation of Dirty Rushing lines was t... ...eserve Fund; SC Tables Move for Approval Monday, Jan. 16 - Tlie allocation of Dirty Rushing lines was the main topic of discussion at tonij;lit's Coll... ...nriiij; recent years, Mann proposed that the nionev he placed in the fiuid for use in aidinj^ student orf^ani/ations "that have debts incurred in the ... ...RD to stimulate student, faculty and alumni interest in the activities and affairs of Williams C;ollege. Tlie RECORD considers itself free from any do... ...) which for- ReportOn Weekend Appears in TIME Wednesday, Feb. 8 - Eighteen ministers from eleven different countries made a special trip to Willlamsto... ...is this free thought to be sup- pressed? If wc allow it to be go\-erued by external pressures, then wc are being traitorous to our own integritv of th... ...o the uncivilized peoples of Asia. Now, one hundred anu fifty years later, ministers from these very mission countries—In- dia, China, Japan, Egypt, P... ...collect, analyze, discuss and disseminate information concerning political affairs. Ephs Ready to Return to Reality; Dance, Sports Highlight Weekend B... ...ieater, was formerly a one-fam- ily faculty home. Extensive inter- nal and external work ha.s been done during the last summer and fall under the acti...

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...LIAMS RECORD, MONDAY, JUNE 15. 19S6 mm .\.iff' •' -•'?' :,^-v m: .m. Class of 1936 We, Business Men and Merchants, have deeply appreciated your patron... ... coming college year, it has been announced by the Undergraduate Committee for theThomp- son Concerts. First to appear in the cele- brated series is J... ... committee are John Charles Thomas, baritone of radio and operatic renown, for December 4; the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra under tlie leadership of A... ...reer was devoted to 37 years' of service at Williams. He was active in the affairs of St. John's Episcopal Church and prominent in his avocation asa p... ...han the farmers and workers, have en- joyed a favored position in national affairs. They are the champions, broadly speakmg, of laisset-faire because ... ...ty must be considered to be part of the pro- cess of nature rather than an external creator. Hut such a view of (iod cannot lie accepted by genuine re... ...4. His childhood in New England was too brief to have been affected by any external influences since atan early age he was taken by his parents to Rus... ...n't heard from commentator Keller as yet. Zweitausend bassy, when visiting ministers stay for sev- eral days at each of the fraternity houses and cond... ...s wishes and abdicate, or siile with Cliurchill, and defy the Cabinet, and Ministers of the Realm." WoUe Speaks With a slight frown, Marshall Wolfe, e...

...mpus were published; suspended May 14, 1943-Nov. 21, 1944 during which time the Wind tunnel, and the Blinker were published by Navy units ; Vols. 1-4 of continuing title, RecordAdvocate, constitute v. 87-88 ; Vol. 70 (Jan. 21, 1956)-v. 86 (Feb. 11, 1972), compiled by Carol F. Relihan (W.C. '77) ; The Williams advocate, to form; RecordAdvocate ;...

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...AHV 9, 1955 PRICE 10 CENTS woe Winter Carnival Features Varied Festivities For Weekend Of Entertainment, Merry-Making Tommy Tucker's Band, Jazz, Ski C... ...PRICE 10 CENTS woe Winter Carnival Features Varied Festivities For Weekend Of Entertainment, Merry-Making Tommy Tucker's Band, Jazz, Ski Competition H... ...clock in Baxter Hall. Music will be provided by Tommy Tucker and his "Sing for Your Supper" Or- chestra. Tucker has performed for audiences the countr... ...ying even llii' slightest ves- tige ot student control of their own social affairs, is not only an in- sult to tlie officers trying to carry on a repr... ...it, hut denies to the entire enrolhiient the right to order its own social affairs. .\iid this is not going overboard. Let's look at the facts. Four y... ...re of these crystlas, although many chrystallographers had stu- died their external symmetry and angles. Curry Explains X Ray Curry then explained to ... ...fications. There is ir I medicine, which is the treatment of internes, and external i,.i;uicine, which is the treatment of externes. Diseases also fal... ...mpson Memorial Chapel. Termed by Rev- erend Cole "one of the outstand- ing ministers in the country to- f!ay," Dr. Robinson spoke on the itreams and i... ...j^ent choice of visitin)^ preacher.s, the WCC has a chanct' to hrint; many ministers to the Chapel and to expose the students to men who |)reach and r...

...mpus were published; suspended May 14, 1943-Nov. 21, 1944 during which time the Wind tunnel, and the Blinker were published by Navy units ; Vols. 1-4 of continuing title, RecordAdvocate, constitute v. 87-88 ; Vol. 70 (Jan. 21, 1956)-v. 86 (Feb. 11, 1972), compiled by Carol F. Relihan (W.C. '77) ; The Williams advocate, to form; RecordAdvocate ;...

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...lorer I Pushed To Largest Satellite Orbit Bt/ Theodore G. Mehlin Professor of Astronomy With the successful launching of a satellite from an army Jupi... ... minimum ap- proach distance is the vital figure in predicting a long life for the satellite. Friction with the earth's rarlfied outer atmosphere is p... ...l. 2 dent. "Whoever it was, he was fairly well acquainted with the system, for he stole books at a time when many other students wt-'ie leduliiiig ihc... ...ions. There is internal medi- cine, which is the treatment of interns, and external medicine, which is the treatment of externs. Diseases also fall in... ...non-athletic student or- ganizations were other topics un- der the student affairs category. Jeffs Finally Achieve Liberal Honor System The Amherst Ho... ...ob and emphasized the need for intelligent and eager doctors, lawyers, and ministers to work in the slums of the great cities. He [ also mentioned the... ... further their solution" and that similar discussion of world and national affairs may also be of some value in years to come. It is this hope that "R... ... Bates pounted out that I the southern liberals, as charac- terized in the ministers, teachers, and lawyers, are currently being "run out of the South... ...an atid wife. No marriage is without its difficid- ties, both internal and external, and rlo difficul- ties are so great that they can^ibt be worked t...

...mpus were published; suspended May 14, 1943-Nov. 21, 1944 during which time the Wind tunnel, and the Blinker were published by Navy units ; Vols. 1-4 of continuing title, RecordAdvocate, constitute v. 87-88 ; Vol. 70 (Jan. 21, 1956)-v. 86 (Feb. 11, 1972), compiled by Carol F. Relihan (W.C. '77) ; The Williams advocate, to form; RecordAdvocate ;...

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... Singers Present Final Recital Before Recess Garfield Dance Held Highlight of Program is Four Songs by Quartet A diaappointingly small audience wit- n... ...y on Rigoletto".' I^engthy applause brought the quai-tet back to the stage for the evening's only encore, another "barber-shop" melody, "Way Down Yond... ...n Yonder in the Cornfield." Honorary Madrigal Club Sings A close contender for the recital's honors was the Smith College Madrigal Club. The nine girl... ...ughout his lecture the speaker em- phasized the difficult position of many ministers in present-day communities who would like to aid the cause of the... ...ament program of England is the envy of all other European w^x and finance ministers, but its salutary effects of the present hold in store future pot... ...to a con- flagration, and any one ofmany other occurrences in the national affairs of Europe's squabbling family could set off the heralded Next War. ... ...ack. . . . Hcdden '15 discusses "New Day in Tur- key" before International Affairs Chih. . . . Sargeant and Swinehart '32 win hockey and basketball co... ...ction of hormones, so vital in the sexual processes, is influenced by such external factors as light coming in through the animal's eyes. According to... ...repro- ductive cycles of organismsare coordinated in many animals with the external en- vironment. "The work of the future will be con- cerned with th...

...mpus were published; suspended May 14, 1943-Nov. 21, 1944 during which time the Wind tunnel, and the Blinker were published by Navy units ; Vols. 1-4 of continuing title, RecordAdvocate, constitute v. 87-88 ; Vol. 70 (Jan. 21, 1956)-v. 86 (Feb. 11, 1972), compiled by Carol F. Relihan (W.C. '77) ; The Williams advocate, to form; RecordAdvocate ;...

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..."i '" !...:..uijl.--jsti«"--i^^»''^ - -^'''- ^^ Gift of The Williams Record PERIOD .:'^:' irtr^ Willi, 3Rje^0fj& c^/^C Volum... ...k's College Council meeting set Monday, February 11, as the final deadline for submitting petitions for candidacy in the college elections. Following ... ...irman Frank Dengel's Rules, Nominations, and Elections Committee, the date for the actual balloting was set for the following Thursday, February 14. D... ...ringement of the undergraduates' constitutional right to conduct their own affairs. By Simeral Bunch Action is expected Friday to de- cide the future ... ...- nificant because now these alumni events will be focused upon all-school affairs like a football game or Commencement rather than individual fratern... ...Swe- den and Kaarle Valtiala '59, of Finland. Kent Selected Head Of Future Ministers Jack Kent '58, was elected pre- sident of the Washington Glad- de... ...t the Council endorse the idea of Total Opportunity without recommend- ing external force as a means for achieving this goal. Suggrestion His two-step... ... of Freshmen, William Graham Cole. Dean Cole has combined the car- eers of ministers, teacher and guidance counselor and then finds time to devote to ... ...on any agreement whether written or unwritten, open or secret, internal or external, which restricts a fra- ternity from making Its own de- cisions. S...

...mpus were published; suspended May 14, 1943-Nov. 21, 1944 during which time the Wind tunnel, and the Blinker were published by Navy units ; Vols. 1-4 of continuing title, RecordAdvocate, constitute v. 87-88 ; Vol. 70 (Jan. 21, 1956)-v. 86 (Feb. 11, 1972), compiled by Carol F. Relihan (W.C. '77) ; The Williams advocate, to form; RecordAdvocate ;...

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...Highlighted by a six-piece band, un- limited grog rations, and the opening of the A.D and D.K.E. fraternity houses as entertainment centers, the initi... ...ivity at post-war Williams will take place this Saturday, with the support of some 2S0 Williams men with an almost full complement of ISO charming gue... ...en SO and 100 stags. There's always a "catch", and in this case it's $2.00 for a couple and $1.50 for a single person—man or Bennington woman. As for ... ...sses and Jimmy Stites play- ing forward will keep the nets rustling enough for plenty ol excitement, andm the mats the wrestling practice should prove... ...e elected for their integrity, special knowledge and experience with large affairs, and repre- senting military, diplomatic, legislative, industrial, ... ..., Merrill Behre, and Chuck Blakney are all anxious to take up the game the Indians bequeathed us. Little can be stated now as to the prospects of the ... ...^hapel recently, it must be increasin},'ly apparent that a readjustment of affairs there is of the utmost importance. To say le.ss wduld be unnecessar... ... the numbers attending, the transportation obstacles confronting vi.siting ministers— these and other factors were driving influences in the neces.sar... ...unity of the government. There was internal dissent in the bureaucracy and external criticism of the government because of taxation. Of the political ...

...mpus were published; suspended May 14, 1943-Nov. 21, 1944 during which time the Wind tunnel, and the Blinker were published by Navy units ; Vols. 1-4 of continuing title, RecordAdvocate, constitute v. 87-88 ; Vol. 70 (Jan. 21, 1956)-v. 86 (Feb. 11, 1972), compiled by Carol F. Relihan (W.C. '77) ; The Williams advocate, to form; RecordAdvocate ;...

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