Vermont: Records of the Governor and Council of the State of Vermont ...

Front Cover
J & J M Poland, 1880 - Vermont
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 263 - that government is, or ought to be, instituted for the common benefit, protection and security of the people, nation or community, and not for the particular emolument or advantage of any single man, family or set of men, who are a part only of that community.
Page 285 - Therefore, Resolved, the Governor and Council concurring herein, That our senators in Congress be instructed, and our representatives be requested, to use their endeavors to procure a re-charter of the present bank of the United States, with such powers and provisions as they shall deem most proper for the attainment of the
Page 285 - And whereas, The independence of the judiciary, and the maintenance of its authority, are deemed to be absolutely necessary to secure the rights of the people, and to preserve the union of the states— Therefore, Resolved, the Governor and Council concurring herein, That our senators in congress be instructed, and our representatives requested, to use their influence, and
Page 265 - The venerable founders of our government were well aware of this great truth, and therefore declared in our constitution that "a competent number of schools ought to be maintained in each town for the convenient instruction of youth, and one or more grammar schools
Page 317 - person or persons, or to any state, whether having the right of pre-emption to such lands or not, unless the same shall be made and duly executed, at some public treaty, held under, the authority of the United States. The
Page 366 - Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of the Province of New York, and the Territories depending thereon in America. , A PROCLAMATION. And whereas the Government of New Hampshire, by the Letters Patent of his late Majesty, given at Whitehall, the third Day of July, 1741, is described in the Words following; " Our Province of New-Hampshire, within Our Dominions of
Page 284 - of this state, in the Congress of the United States, be instructed, and the representatives be requested, to use their exertions to procure the passage of a law for the more perfect organization of the militia of the several states.
Page 85 - was duly elected a Senator to represent this State in the Senate of the United States for the term of six years from and after the third day of March next,
Page 329 - shall be valid to any person or persons; or to any State, whether having the right of preemption to such lands or not, unless the same shall be made and duly executed at some public treaty held under the authority of the
Page 367 - in America, bounded on the South Side by a similar Curve Line, pursuing the Course of Merrimac River, at Three Miles Distance on the North Side thereof; beginning at the Atlantic Ocean, and ending at a Point due North

Bibliographic information