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Mr. Noble presented the following motion for consideration

James Noble

Mr. Noble presented the following motion for consideration

by James Noble

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Published by s.n. in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winchel, Peter -- Claims vs. United States.,
  • Bell, Thomas -- Claims vs. United States.,
  • Harman, John -- Claims vs. United States.,
  • Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1812-1815.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 42486.
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. Senate.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17705269M

      On a Motion by Mr. Karpay, seconded by Mr. Noble, with all in favor, the Board closed the Public Hearing for Cordoba Ranch Community Development District. Mr. Roethke presented Resolution to the Board, which will adopt the updated -.   On a Motion by Mr. Karpay, seconded by Mr., with all in favor, Noble the Board approved he proposal from Aquagenix for aquatic plantings in pond # and quarterly littoral shelf maintenance at a total cost of ($2,) for plant installation and $ per quarter for littoral shelf maintenance for Cordoba Ranch Community Development District.

    The daily phoenix. [volume] (Columbia, S.C.) , Decem , Image 2, brought to you by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. The book is divided into 3 parts: Orientation (I), Objections and Replies (II), and Present & Future (III). Each part contains a number of excellent essays which cover a variety of topics.

    Mr. Baker's report of this preliminary meeting then proceeds as follows: " The meeting was organized [subsequent to the foregoing introduc- tory remarks of Mr. Leakin], by calling Dr. W. Stump Forwood to the chair, with Mr. Noble L. Mitchell, Vice-president, and Mr. Charles W. Michael, vSecretary.   A motion by Mrs. Mast was seconded by Mr. Walter to approve the agenda for this Novem Regular Meeting. Yes: Gilbert, Mast, Snyder, Walter and Noble No: None Motion Passed APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion by Mr. Gilbert was seconded by Mrs. Mast to approve the minutes of the following meetings: 1. Octo Regular Meeting 2.


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Congress. Senate.]. Noble submitted the following motion for consideration: regarding establishing a land office in the eastern part of Indiana.

{{Citation | title=In Senate of the United States. [electronic resource]: Febru Mr. Noble submitted the following motion for consideration | author1. The Senate, on motion of Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN, resumed the consideration of the resolution yesterday submitted by him, and which had been under consideration this morning.

FORSYTH rejoined to the remarks of Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN and Mr. NOBLE. After a few further remarks from Messrs. NOBLE, WHITE, and FRELINGHUYSEN. Search for books, ebooks, and physical media Search Search for books, articles, library site, almost anything Find.

Advanced Search Tips. Combined Search Books & Media Articles & more. The claims of the citizens of Staff View; Cite this. A subscription of 3 guineas was then made by the members present, and on the motion of Mr.

Dell, seconded by Mr. Blackmore, Mr. Wheeler was unanimously elected treasurer to the Committee. Le Lubez then proposed, Mr. Whitlock seconded, and it was unanimously agreed to that the following be added to the Committee: Vasbenter, Morrissot.

On motion of Mr. Trimble, Mr. Armstrong was authorized to act as a member of the Executive Committee in place of Mr.

Trees at the meeting of Febru The Board considered the following matters presented by the Presi- dent of the University. MAlTERS PRESENTED BY PRESIDENT KINLEY APPROPRIATIONS FOR NEW BUILDINGS (I) I. By failing to present the issue of immunity to the motion judge, defendant's counsel did not provide an occasion for the judge to consider the appropriateness of granting judicial immunity to Noble.

As such, the motion judge had no opportunity to evaluate whether the Commonwealth's interest in preventing Noble's testimony was valid or whether. item was received for consideration at the July meeting. c c JuneAction Agenda Higher Education was presented by Mr. Noble. Noble reviewed the On motion of Regent Hurwitz, the following three items were approved: Item R dated Jlast revised Aug Motion carried.

Water & Sewer Committee - Mr. Noble It was moved by Mr. Noble, seconded by Mr. Hoover to accept the Engineer's findings related to Cherry TreeBond Reduction Request No.

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MOTION by Commissioner Butler, seconded by Commissioner Austin: To approve the Liquor License Renewal for the Letter Drop Inn as presented. The motion carried unanimously. Livengood presented one of the restored and archival public record books for the Boards review.

On motion of Mr. Noble, The article relative to the distribution of the powers of government was read a second time. And on motion of Mr. Parke, The same was ordered to lie on the table. Graham, of Clark, from the committee relative to the executive department, reported an article on that subject, as follows, to wit: 1st.

Solicitor Yingst: Manager Bowersox and Secretary Neiderer. Councilpersons Mr. Baumgardner, Mr. Noble and Mr. Shea were absent. It was moved by Ms. Pranses, seconded by Mr. Lockard to approve the minutes of Ma as written. Motion carried. It was moved by Dr.

Rupp, seconded by Mr. Chesney to approve the payment of the bills. On motion of Mr. Noble, The said article was further amended, by adding a ninth section, as follows: "All commissions shall be in the name and by the authority of the state of Indiana, and sealed with the state seal, and signed by the governor, and attested by the secretary of state." On motion of Mr.

Dill. § Mr. Clinton seconded the motion. Following review and discussion the motion carried. Vote Mr. Clinton Ms. Hunter Dr. Miller Ms.

Remec Ms. Richardson Ms. Lawrence Aye X X X X X X Nay Recused Abstained Absent. iv) Karen Zirkle. On motion, it was resolved, the Senate concurring, that the present session of Congress be closed on Thursday, the 30th inst.

COX, of Ohio, (Dem.,) said that he understood that the Senate. The Court granted Mr. Noble’s motion in part, directing him to file by no 4 later than February 5, copies of all of the trial exhibits except for Exhibit 1—the one he received on Janu See Minute Order of February 4, The Court gave Mr.

Noble until Febru to file Exhibit 1. The Board considered the following matters presented by the Presi­ Mr. Herbert, Mr. Noble, Mr. Small, Mr. Trimble. INJURY SUSTAINED BY MR. RALPH BRADY, A STUDENT (9) A recommendation that the claim of Mr.

Ralph Brady for $, be paid. On motion of Mr. Hoit, an appropriation of $90, was made to. About the Book. The purpose of this work is to propagate Vedic energy doctrines and related fundamental concepts that led Indian astronomers to the amazing discoveries of zero, in.

Mr. Noble noted that the proposal is presented at this time for discussion only. It is the intention that there be ample opportunity for discussion among all interested parties and no action will be taken on the proposal until the December meeting of the Regents.

Mr. Noble reviewed the proposal, concluding.In its decision the trial court made the following finding: "Because Buyer/Defendant was unable to timely complete the sale and purchase of Lot #2 pursuant to that covering Agreement, at Buyer's instance, a further and separate Agreement dated was entered into between the parties by which, and for a separate consideration in the.Mr.

Noble was notified that the value of his resources made him ineligible for any assistance. (Id. 4 [Noble Aff. 6].) Specifically, in a letter dated Februthe El Paso County, Colorado, Social Services Department stated that, according to the "Gold Book," a Firebird V6 in fair condition, such as the one owned by Mr.