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Mr. Simkins submitted the following resolution

Eldred Simkins

Mr. Simkins submitted the following resolution

by Eldred Simkins

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

    Subjects:
  • Public land sales -- Northwest, Old.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 46448.
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17711183M

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Mr. Simkins submitted the following resolution by Eldred Simkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Simkins submitted the following resolution. [Eldred Simkins; United States. Congress. House.]. Account Book, From other end of book, lists of expenditure, Volume of “Papers relating to Washington Monument” Includes copy of John Comegys's resolution submitted to the Legislature, copy of petitions submitted to the House of Delegates, minutes of the Board of Managers from February to March A resolution, submitted by mr.

Patter son on vesterday, appointing additional commissioners of punlic buildings for Barnwell district, was agreed to, and or dcrod to be sent to tho hou-to of representa tives. The question being dccided in the nega tive, the resolution* were not adopted. Simkins then muda a motion tn affix the following.

On about Ap Mr. Grieb spoke to Mr. Simkins. He told Mr. Simkins that Robertson had made a commitment to Rand-Whitney. That is reflected on Exhi the note which Mr. Grieb made on the Simkins telegram which he eventually sent Mr.

Kraft. On about Ap Mr. Grieb also called Mr. Willard. He told him of the Simkins offer. Call introduced the following joint Resolution postponing the hour of adjournment: Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the hour of adjournment on Saturday, the first day of December, be postponed from Noon until fifty-five minutes past eleven o'clock.

Which was lost. ONE HUNDRED TWO ANNUAL REPORT 1 MULLER & PHIPPS (INDIA) LIMITED CIN NO. LMHPLC ONE HUNDRED TwO ANNUAL REPORT DIRECTORS: Mr.

Milan Dalal Mr. Ray. The following arc the remarks of Mr. Barbour, to which' we have alluded: ’dt. the question essentially in.o'v- fhe framers of'th ledge, -lore de-ydy rea 1 in -li; character of man: they hud seen him in every phase ol which he Mr.

Simkins submitted the following resolution book susceptible, in peace and war.— "hey,_therefore, knew that power & distinction er: idols but too. Accordingly, for continuation of directorship of Mr. Raymond Simkins, who will be above the age of 75 years as on 1st April,a special Resolution, has been proposed and justifications for the same is given below: Mr.

Raymond Simkins, 75, is associated with the Company sinceHe Holds a degree of M.E from Buckingham Technical College.

Said resolution was then taken up, and Mr. Russell moved that the same do lay upon the table; Which was lost. Russell then offered the following resolution as a substitute therefor: Resolved, That the House, the Senate concurring, in joint ballot do go into the election of Confederate Senators on to-morrow the 26th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.

Transit recognizes Fred Simkins as Employee of the Year for ; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Fred Simkins is to be congratulated for his excellent work at Monterey-Salinas Transit. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MONTEREY-SALINAS TRANSIT PASSED AND ADOPTED RESOLUTION this 12th day of January by the following vote.

2 MULLER & PHIPPS (INDIA) LIMITED NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the NINETY EIGHTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) OF MULLER & PHIPPS (INDIA) LIMITED will be held at Sir Vithaldas Chambers,6th Floor, 16,Mumbai Samachar Marg, Fort Mumbai - on Tuesday 29th September, at p.m.

to transact the following business: ORDINARY BUSINESS: 1. To. Adopt Resolution recognizing Raul Estrada, Coach Operator, as Employee of the Month for December (Robert Weber) (p. 1) Disposal of property left aboard buses. (Danny Avina) (p. 3) Minutes of the regular meeting of Novem (Sonia Bannister) (p.

5) Financial Report – November (Hunter Harvath. Resolution: Councillors unanimously agreed to pay the above accounts, and noted the Direct Debit Payment to EDF for the electricity for the MUGA, taken on 1st of each month for £ Proposed Mr Fothergill Seconded Mrs Parker. Insurance. We are in a Long-Term Agreement with Inspire until Squad Resolution: The members of the Council agreed abstention, (Mrs Parker), to pay for.

Resolution: Councillors unanimously agreed to pay the above accounts, and noted the Direct Debit Payment to EDF for the electricity for the MUGA, taken on 1st of each month for £ The Direct Debit will reduce from £ to £ from 1 December.

Proposed Mr Lloyd Seconded Mr Cook. Suggested Budget for Speed Investigation Scheme. Question Mr. Jones has 10 books that he is going to put on his bookshelf.

Of these, 4 are mathematics books, 3 are chemistry books, 2 are history books, and 1 is a language book. Jones wants to arrange his books so that all the books dealing with same subject are together on the shelf. Judge Hardy read the following resolution in behalf of Judge Stone and moved its adoption.

To Hon. Jas. Blanding, President of Navarro County Bar Association. Your committee, appointed to present resolutions in memory of our deceased brother and friend, Hugh Lacy Stone, beg leave to report: Mr.

Stone was born in Rusk County, Texas, in From "St. Mathew's Parish, Sept. 10, ", Mr. Tennent wrote the following to the "Council of Safety in Savannah": "Being on my return from the frontiers of South Carolina, where the Honorable Mr. Drayton and myself were sent by the Council of Safety of our Province, I think it my duty to acquaint you that there exists in those parts a most.

Full text of "United States congressional serial set" See other formats. To Consider and if thought fit, to pass with or without modification(s) the following resolution as Ordinary Resolution: “RESOLVED THAT the Company to declare final dividend of ` per equity shares for the year ended 31st March, ” Item No 3- Re-appointment of Mr.

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Thank you again, bye-bye.