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Title: Negro slavery in the northern colonies
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Boggess, Arthur Clinton
Subjects: Slavery Theses
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slaves are set down to Massachusetts.This return, made: by the marshal!, of the district, may be consideredas the formal evidence of the abolition of slavery in Massachusetts,especially as no person as appeared to contest the legality of thereturns. M. H. S. Coll. I, IV, 199, 204. It is scarcely proba-ble that none of these negroes and raulattoes were held as slaves,although many had been manumitted, and traffic in slaves had beenforbidden in Massachusetts in 1788.^ Vermont is credited with 17 slaves. This was the result ofa clerical error, and was officially corrected in 1870.^ The census of 1790 gave the number of free blacks as 59527.These were about equally divided between free states and slave states.The colored element at this census constituted ifg larger proportionof the population than ever after, viz., 19.3 percent. 1. Hist, of Slavery in Mass., 247. 2. Ibid, 125. 3. Ibid, 226. 4. New Eng. Hist, and Geneal. Regiater XIIX, 248. || 5. Amer. Statistical Assn Pub., 1890-91, 93.

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For the sake of comparison a few statistics of the number ofslaves elsewhere than in the northern colonies are given. The Lordsof Trade in 1721 reported: in South Carolina, 9000 whites and 12000 blacks;in North Carolina, 1600 inhabitants of which about one third a. 3.were blacks; in Maryland, 34796 whites, 7935 negroes; in Pennsyl-vania, 60000 whites and 5000 blacks, although others are said to haveestimated not more than half this number. In 1764, Colonel Bradstreet wrote:lam assured by persons late-ly from Illinois, that exclusively of the French Garrisons there,the Inhabitants are 600 fighting Men, have one thousand Negroes well-accustomed to the use of small arms, averse to our taking possession sr. of the country. The number of negro slaves bartered for in one yeai? ( 1768) on the coast of Africa, from Cape Blanco to Rio Congo, by the different European nations, amounts as follows: Great Britain, 53,100; British Americans, 6,300; France, 23,520; Holland, 11,300; Portugal, 1,700;

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“Tickets” the Card-Dealer
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From ‘Street Life in London’, 1877, by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith. This chapter tells of the life of a man nicknamed "Tickets":

"About this time "Tickets" made the acquaintance of a Frenchman who possessed considerable skill as a sign-painter; and the two forthwith entered into partnership. The one paints, the other undertook to travel. "Tickets " is the traveller. From morning t ill night he wanders about, looking into the windows of small shops, till he discovers a ticket of dingy appearance, stained in colour, dog’s eared, bent, and altogether disreputable. With eagle eye all these defects are discerned, and "Tickets" enters boldly into the shop, to press on the tradesman the advisability of purchasing a new ticket. He undertakes to supply a precise copy of the old and worn announcement on a better piece of cardboard, freshly painted, or, perhaps, more elaborately ornamented.
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He hopes that the number of his customers will gradually increase, and that he will be able to save on his earnings. Then, like a true Frenchman, he will return to France, and purchase the goodwill of some small shop. In the meanwhile he observes the strictest economy. He never drinks. His bed costs him two shillings a week. His breakfast consists of cocoa and bread , and butter, the former being more nutritious than tea. For dinner he generally consumes a pennyworth of potatoes, with a herring or a haddock and a cup of tea, while his supper consists of bread and cheese to the value of twopence. I t is only on days of exceptional good fortune that he indulges in a little meat."

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Title: Authorities reserve and home defense guard manual
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Dawkins, William Aaron, 1881- Cahalane, Cornelius Francis, 1875- authorities practice and treatment
Topics: Home security league, Nyc Drill and small strategies Police
Publisher: New York, E.P. Dutton & Organization
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our item, and attempt to learn all you can of thecircumstances surrounding the theft, so your membersof the division taking within the case from your own reportwill manage to proceed intelligently. If you don’t make amemorandum of all material details, it should be necessaryto send another officer to locate all of them aside prior to the Depart-ment can continue efficiently. A lot of judgment is employed at scene ofthe crime. It could be discovered that if you arrest the thiefon suspicion instantly, and before sufficient evidencehas been gotten to justify it, he will escape belief;for, when a crook knows he is suspected, he can maybe not doanything to corroborate those suspicions. In such a cir-cumstance, you have to straight away telephone the important points tothe station-house in order that a detective may be assigned to thecase. Becoming in plain clothes, along with his identification not known,he can secure proof which you, with your workplace known,might never be capable get. 139 POLICE RESEEVE AND RESIDENCE DEFENSE GUARD

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Sydney from Australian Continent resort searching east
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Title: Rod and gun
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Subjects: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Que. [etc.] Rod and Gun Pub. Co. [etc.]
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Kelsey, of the U. M.C. Co., rendered valuable assistance. Last andnot by any means least great credit must begiven to the High Scribe of the Canadian Indians,Mr. Thos. A. Duff, for the splendid work accom-plished by him in making all the necessary ar-rangements and making possible the successfulissue of the greatest trap shooting alTair everattempted in Canada. The Scores. Preliminary practice, 100 targets: S.A. B. Geo. Lvon 100 98 Guy Ward 100 97 Mrs. Topperwein 100 96 G. S. McCarty 100 96 H.S.Welles… 100 96 R. 0. Heikes 100 95 H. H. Heikes 100 95 Geo. Beattie 100 95 H. D. Freeman 100 94 F. Shattuck 100 94 W. B. Darton 100 94 W. Huflf 100 94 T. H. Keller, Jr 100 94 E, 0. Bower 100 93 C. A. Young 100 93 E. G. Henline 100 93 L. B. Fleming 100 93 H. Dixon • 100 92 J. R. Taylor 100 92 G. E. Painter 100 92 Hugh Fleming 100 92 Dr. Calvert 100 91 Geo. Wagner 100 91 J. F. Mallorv 100 91 H. B. Edwards 100 91 E. H. Tripp • 100 91 Chris. Gottlieb 100 90 Finlar 100 tO A. M. Hatcher 100 89

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Longview Fiber Mill on the Columbia River. Longview Is the Home of the Weyer-Hauser Company, One of the Largest Forest Operations in the World 04/1973
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Original Caption: Longview Fiber Mill on the Columbia River. Longview Is the Home of the Weyer-Hauser Company, One of the Largest Forest Operations in the World 04/1973

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Image from page 1148 of “QST” (1915)
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Title: QST
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Radio Relay League
Subjects: Radio Radio
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-, TARS AuxiUary, devoted the week end tokeepitig their OMs well-nourished. From noonSaturda- to finish time Sunda>-, the girls workedin shifts and served quantities of tasty home-stylo fare. Auxiliary President Dorothy McGuyer,XYL of W9DGA, remarked: Besides being gladto help, this event is enjoyed by all. We do makea little profit and use it for entertaining our OMs.Other YL FDers weve heard about wereWlBCU, K4BNG, W5s KQG, WXT, W9sGAHC, JUJ, SYX, and WlQON. And credit issurel- due that scores of loyal XYLs w^ho packedl)ox lunches for their OMs or w^ho actually en-

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October 1955 51 camped with their spouses and braved the rigorsof cooking in the field alfresco. Reports of theusual W6 activity are missing this year, for anunderstandable reason. The YLRLs first Inter-national Convention was held in Santa MonicaJune 2-lth-27th. Plans for the affair had gone toofar before the convention committee realized thatit coincided with FD. If you were in there pitch-ing and dont see your call in this account, sendus the details. Wed like them for future reference. Starting right now were going to stump formore YLs working Field Day. From the stand-point of experience and sheer enjoyment, we justcant afford not to take part in Hamdoms mostinteresting annual activity. See December QST for the complete tabulationof results and CU next FD for sure! New YLRL Net Schedule Here is the schedule of nets registered with the YLRL forthe 1955-56 term, as received from the YLRL Vice-Presi-dent. Please address inquiries direct to Gloria Matuska,W9YBC, 2322 South Second Ave

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Title: Bell telephone magazine Year: 1922 ( 1920s)Writers: American Telephone as well as Telegraph Company American Telephone as well as Telegraph Company. Information Dept Subjects: Telephone Publisher: [New york city, American Telephone as well as Telegraph Co., and so on.] Adding Library: Prelinger Library Digitizing Sponsor: Net Archive View Publication Web page: Book Viewer Concerning This Publication:
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orpromises, transmits or causes to betransmittedusing cord, radio, or tv interaction in in-terstate or international business, anywritings, indicators, signals, images, orsounds for the objective of executingsuch scheme or con, shall befined not more than,000 or im-prisoned not even more than 5 years, or both. Considering the problem from theBell System factor of sight, toll fraudcan be separated right into 3 separatecategories: 1 )fraudulent usage ofelectronic tools to illegally enterthe telephone network, 2)fraudu-lent usage of telephone charge card,3)fraudulent usage of third-numberbilling. Bell System losses from creditcard and third number cheatsamounted to.5 million in 1971while losses incurred from elec-tronic fraudulence are virtually impossibleto quote with any degree of ac-curacy. A closer take a look at each type oftoll fraudulence may reveal that each mustbe taken care of as a separate problemwith various service Note About Pictures Please note that these photos are removed from checked page images that might have been digitally boosted for readability-pigmentation as well as appearance of these illustrations might
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Title: Legislative regulation of railway finance in England
12 Months: 1911 (1910s)
Writers: Wang, Ching-Chun, 1883-
Subjects: Railroads and state Railroads Theses
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hemortgagees depended. The balance provided: 3. The undertaking as difined because of the Companies Glauses J Consolidation Act, 1845, and all sorts of the machines, carriages, wagons andother plant, movable and inmovable (including work-shops), utilized orrequired for the proper management and working of this railv;ay, andbelonging toward railroad organization, will probably be protection the paymentand whilst the situation may require, when it comes to repayment, of the principalmoney regarding the debenture financial obligation; therefore shall maybe not hereafter be lawfulfor anyone to seize and take in execution, in pleasure of anydebt or claim, (apart from prices or fees, or rent fees in respectof which discover an electric of stress, or settlement for personalinjury, or reduction) incurred or made following the passage of this work,such undertaking, machines, carriages, wagons, or other plant, in-cluding workshops as aforesaid. 1. Hansard, vol. 185, p. 781. 2. The bill was introduced on Feb. 12, 1867. Hansard, vol. 185,pp. 297-299. 3. Hansard, vol, 185 p. 781.

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As is seen from th< passageway, the balance couldn’t assist thedebenture-holder to his key. It only protected him their in-terest. For, obviously, it had been only the sale of range in vh ichhis cash ended up being sunk which may pay the home loan if the credit ofthe undertaking was so damaged that no brand-new loan provider would come for-ward to replate the old ones. But this actually was not veryobjectionable, since provided that one got their interest frequently,he generally would not stress much about his principal. This is es-pecially true in The united kingdomt at that moment, as soon as the individuals were veryent erpri sing. This measure ended up being regarded as both prompt and helcful in establishing the desirability of debentures. No-one could question, 1 remarked the Economist, this enactment is beneficial. Itamounts to protecting the attention associated with mortgages from all danger,if the range yields money enough to pay it, since the entire earn-ing device is kept together and intact to help make what gains itcan. It absolutely was in addition believed in Parlia

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