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The Shedden massacre involved the gang-related killing of eight men, whose bodies were found in a field five kilometres north of Shedden, a small village in the Canadian province of Ontario, on April 8, 2006.Four vehicles, with the bodies inside, were first discovered by a farmer. The day after the bodies were discovered, five people, including one member of the Bandidos motorcycle gang, were ...
Sacco and Vanzetti went on trial for their lives in Dedham, Massachusetts, May 21, 1921, at Dedham, Norfolk County for the Braintree robbery and murders. Webster Thayer again presided; he had asked to be assigned to the trial. Katzmann again prosecuted for the State. Vanzetti was represented by brothers Jeremiah and Thomas McAnraney.
Joseph, who is the central figure in my text, was at an early age the fondest hope of an aged but indulgent parent, and was the brightest gem in a pious home, which fact was the cause of his brothers' hatred. But the fact that his mind was susceptible of Divine revelations which you perhaps would call dreams, added to the hatred which they had ...
the success of scorsese's wolf of wall street is that it's enjoyable to watch and it shouldnt be. it should simply be a lesson learned about the world of the stock broker because it's not possible ...
Facilities were provided in British Guiana, at Atkinson Field, the Army air base on the east bank of the Demerara River, 25 miles upstream from Georgetown. A 2,000-foot runway and parking area, two mooring circles with connecting taxiways, a shop, and an administration building, were built by the Army for the Navy on a reimbursable basis.
And in Guardian Trust Co. v. Brothers, (Tex.Civ.App.) 59 S.W.2d 343, 346, a case in substance much like ours, the court said: "The loss or injury actually sustained by the obligee, rather than the cost of performance by the obligor, is the proper measure of damages for the breach of a contract.
Address of William H. Taft at the Peace Meeting at Carnegie Hall, New York, Sunday, May 17, 1914 (New York: American Association for International Conciliation, 1914), by William H. Taft (page images here at Penn); Administrative Adjudication in the State of New York: Report to Honorable Herbert H. Lehman, Governor of the State of New York (1942), by Robert M. Benjamin (page images at HathiTrust)
100 DEFINITIONS. 110 EMPLOYER. 111 NON-PROFIT, CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. A non-profit, charitable hospital corporation, as an employer of non-professional employes, is an employer within the meaning of the Act since it is not within the named exceptions of the Act, and there is nothing in the Act indicating any legislative intent to exempt charitable institutions.
ing it I perceived that my mind, not satisfied with the transient impression made on it by the massive-ness and great height of the trees, felt overwhelmed by the scene. It seemed to receive a solemn or pen-sive repose from it; and my hands, acted upon by the mind, ceased their labor, and my eyes were instantly uplifted. I gradually felt myself ...
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SAVANNAH REPUBLICAN 1862. SAVANNAH [GA] REPUBLICAN, January 1, 1862, p. 2, c. 1 The Republican.—We commence the year by presenting the Republican to its numerous readers, considerably reduced in size. Our object is simply to economize in the cost of paper, which has become necessary both from the loss of advertising business and the difficulty of procuring supplies.