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Title: The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory
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Title: Locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock
Year: 1892 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, John A. (John Alexander), 1858-1916 Sinclair, Angus, 1841-1919
Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair, J.A. Hill [etc.]
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nches diameter and13 feet 3 inches long. The brick arch issupported by water tubes 3 inches diam-eter. The boiler tubes provide 1,716.6square feet of heating surface; the watertubes, 14.7; the firebox, 135.3—a total of1,866.6 square feet. The grate has 27.35square feet of area; a Smith triple-expan- There has been a great -al written oflate years about the men who deserve thecredit for making a success of the exten-sion front and Open front stark of locomo-Whcn we look over the field ofeffort and experiment in this line, we thinkthat a good deal of credit is due to Mr.E. M. Reed, who was vice-president andgi 11 ral superintendent of the New York,New Haven & Hartford Railroad at thetime of his death. As early as 1863, Mr.Reed, who was then master mechanic ofthe road, applied an extended smokeboxto one of the locomotives, and after agreat deal of experiment and changinghe made it work successfully. He wasimpressed with the advantage that mustarise from giving the exhaust steam and

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ON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN. TENN.. NARROW GAGE. 3,200 FEET ELEVATION.MOCCASIN BEND, TENNESSEE RIVER IN DISTANCE. sion exhaust pipe is used; the smokestacktapers from 16 to 17 inches diameter. There are two No. 9 Monitor injectorsand a Nathan sight-feed lubricator forcylinders and air pump. The Americanbrake is applied to all drivers and theWestinghouse to tender. The Gouldcoupler is applied to pilot and tender. AHudson bell ringer, Sherburn chimewhistle and Ashton muffled safety valvesare used. The engine has a very handsome ap-pearance, and is reported to be givinghighly satisfactory service. ft ft ft Nearly all locomotive engineers arefond of a smart engine, one that will startwith a bound when the throttle is openedand run at any speed. Many men arefirmly of the opinion that the proper wayto make a smart and fast-running engineis to give the valves plenty of lead. Leadwill help an engine in starting quick, butit acts against her when fast running isrequired. gases a free passage from the

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to see through the smoke, went up the main-mast almost as high as the maintop. While here, a quartermas-ter fastened a rojje around him to keep him from falling. But if deeds of bravery are to be mentioned in telling ofMobile Bay, much credit must be given to the small Confed-erate gunboats, Morgan, Gaines, and Selma, that kept up araking fire which caused great havoc among the advancing ves-sels. To the great ram Tennessee and the magnificent fightthat she fought, honor is due also. Her engines were hastilyconstructed, and of insufficient strength. She charged throughthe whole line; the Hartford dodged her, although it had beenthe desire of brave old Admiral Buchanans heart to sink theflagship. The Brooldyn had a narrow escape, and the Mo-nongaliela, under Commander James H. Strong, attempted toram the Tennessee, and drove, bows on, against her side; thel)low hardty changed the great rams direction. The Ossipeeattempted to follow the Monongalielas lead, but the Tennessee [ 252 ] fiS^

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COPvrtlGHT, 1911 REVIEW OF REVIEWS CO. LEADERS ON SEA AND LAND—FARRAGUT AND GRANGER AFTER THE BATTLE OF MOBILE BAY This splendid picture shows the cahii and finely-molded features of the great admiral just after the accomplishment of a feat whichsave in bravery oer-topped his great achievement of the passage of the forts below New Orleans. Tliere Farragut had done what waspronoimced impossible, but at Mobile he had fought his way tlirough dangers ten times more formidable. Here, -^ith the modesty whichever characterized him, he sits within the captured Fort (iaines on Dauphin Island, discussing with General Gordon Granger plansfor the combined attack by which Fort Morgan was taken on August 22, 1864. It was to Granger that Mobile finally surrendered- passed between them, and made for the Oneida, which was notunder steerageway. It was at this exciting moment that the monitors drew up,and the Winnebago, forging ahead, took her position betweenthe ram and her seemingly helpless prey. T

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Authors: Hill, John A. (John Alexander), 1858-1916 Sinclair, Angus, 1841-1919
Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair, J.A. Hill [etc.]
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2inches at top, 16 inches near bottom. Smoke stack top above rail—15 feet 4?^inches. Boiler supplied by—Tivo injectors. Sel-lers improved, 9^ R. H., Monitor No. 9L. H. Weight of tender, empty—46,200 pounds. Wheels, number of—Eight. Wheels, diameter—36 inches. Journals, diameter and length—5 by 9inches. Wheel-base—17 feet 8 inches. Tender frame—lo-inch steel channels. Tender trucks—Center bearing doubleI-beam bolster, with side bearings on backtruck. Water capacity—6,000 United Statesgallons. Coal capacity—10 tons. Total wheel-base of engine and tender—52 feet 25^ inches. Engine equipped with two Coales safetyvalves; Nathan & Co. No. 9 triple sight-feed lubricator; Westinghouse-Americancombined brakes on drivers, tender and

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FIG. 19. HORWICH SHOPS, L. & Y. RAILWAY. milling machine idea in existence. Ido not know who is to be credited withthe origination of it, for in the oldershops at Crewe I saw machines essenti-ally like it at work, and, later, at thegreat establishment of the CockerillCompany at Seraing, Belgium, I saw amachine embodying the same principles toward the work by means of a screwwhich takes hold of the swinging frameat the top, as shown. When the work isat first put into the machine it does notrotate, but is held still in such a positionthat the milling cutter, being fed in, cutsout the slot forming the crank-webs, andthis feed automatically stops when the May, 1899. Lor-OMoTixi-; i: NT. I \i; Kir INC 227 right depth is reached to leave enoughmetal to form the pin. The cutter arboris then held in this position while thefeed motion which revolves the axle onthe centers, being thrown in, mills thepin so closely to size and shape thatwhen the axle afterward goes to the lathe,only finishin

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Title: The Worcester of eighteen hundred and ninety-eight. Fifty years a city
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Rice, Franklin P. (Franklin Pierce), 1852-1919, ed
Subjects: Worcester (Mass.) — Description and travel Worcester (Mass.) — Biography
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epositing theirsecurities and others holding thekeys, that they might bring theirvaluables to a place of safety incase of a threatened visit to the sea-coast bv a hostile fleet. COOPERATIVE BANKS, similar to the building associations which have been of so muchbenefit in Philadelphia and elsewhere, are among the institutions ofWorcester which serve as media between the borrower and the lender.In their case, the borrower is to some extent a borrower from himself. The Worcester Cooperative Bank,vStephen C. Earle, president, wasincorporated October ig, 1877, andhas 5,315 loaned on mortgages. The Home Cooperative Bank, EnochH. Towne, president, has 8,500 onmortgages, and was incorporatedJune 10, 1882. The Equity Cooperative Bank wasincorporated on February 9, 1887.Charles L. Gates is president, andthe amount loaned on mortgages(figures from last annual report)7,500. The three cooperative banks havequarters in common in the Walkerbuilding, south corner of Main and charles m. bent..

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ry ofM. A. C. basketball. Dartmouth was at enough time associated with beat tied up for claim tothe Eastern Collegiate tournament and had been consequently beaten only byPrinceton. The game, throughout, ended up being described as clean, hard playing onthe element of both groups, also it was only by pluck additionally the Aggie .spirit that thewinning point ended up being .scored. The season opened with five veterans, CaptainSamuels, Temple, Smiley, Jones, and Ferranti, and many prospects.Merry Partenheimer of Greenfield was eventually chosen to inhabit the area leftvacant by Eddie bicycle, final years captain. This lineup had been played intact untilLarry Jones was laid up with the grippe, whenever Gus Gustafson of Brocktonbroke to the lineup. Johnny Temple had been high scorer for the group, with 118points to his credit. He had been, however, followed by Partenheimer andCaptain Samuels. In general, it had been the right teamwork and specific excellence that causedthe Flying Agrarians to bloom as the New England Champions for 1925. 15P

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Year: 1898 (1890s)
Writers: Canadian Forestry Association
Subjects: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
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r. McKenzie 15, A. Baltzer 19, N. C. Wigle16, W. A. Smith 19, Gordon Wigle 14, ByronWigle 18, Jack Miner 16, Dorz Wijgle 18, T.Pastorious 19, O. Ferguson 18. Total 2011.Average 67 per cent. KI NGSVILLE-HARROW TEAM SHOOT-IN FULL SWING. Dartmouth Doings the normal monthly shoot of Dartmouth(N.S.) Gun Club happened on their ground-,on Wednesday, Feb. 4th. The day had been bittercold, not much above zero. There clearly was nowind, however the brilliant sun from the snowfall ended up being veryhard on the eyes and incredibly unusual shootingresulted. Ratings:— 10 20 10 20 SA. B. B. T. Egan 4 12 8 12 60 36 H. Greene 6 14 5 15 60 40 G. Mclnnes 8 15 6 9 60 38 F. Monahan t ,2 5 6 12 60 25 H. D. Romans 7 14 9 15 60 45 A. M. Stewart 6 13 7 15 60 41 Handicap event No. 4 resulted in a tie be-tween Greene, Monahan, Romans, Stewart.Romans won aside, making an extra knee onThermos Bottle reward. Romans also won themonthly large average badge, with 75 per cent.,which is considerably below present propels, thethe laot two being 90 and 80 %.

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A number of Canadian Shooters whom attended the Hamilton Tournament in Janu-ary. G. M. Dunk, G. J. Mason, G. L. Vivian, Walter Ewing. Phil Wakefield,Joe Jennings, Ted Marsh, E. H. Houghten, Winnipeg. Phil Wakefield is showingVivian the Imperial layer with that he made a straight score into the Grand CanadianHandicap. Walter Ewing is mischievously keeping another layer over Vivians mind. Hamilton HappeningsTnere was a turn-out in the regular■hoot on Saturday, Feb. 8th, associated with the HamiltonGun Club. The Wind becoming extremely high, it wasalmost impossible to make great results. Themembers were shooting for the trophy givenby Klein & Binkley, for a series of six regular■hoots. Mr. John Hunter made a. very credit-able rating, twenty-one from 20 yard markgiving him a lead of three wild birds over his near-est competitor, at this stage regarding the competition. Inthe spoon shoot, Mr. Hunteit also won in Aclass, Mr. H. Marsh in B course, and Mr. FredOliver in C course. The Buffalo Audubon GunClub members tend to be com

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Image from page 261 of “Purdue debris” (1921)
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Title: Purdue debris
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Purdue University
Subjects: Purdue University College yearbooks Universities and colleges
Publisher: Lafayette, Ind. : Senior Class of Purdue University
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y Swimming INTEREST in swimming has been on the indine at Purdue during thepast year and the team which represented the Boilermakers in twodual meets, while not an outstanding team had a few individual starswho won for Purdue her share of laurels. Captain Hamilton and Robertshave proved themselves to be swimmers of no mean ability and won mostof the points credited to Purdue during the season. Purdue lost the first meet, held with Illinois, with a 54-14 score.Roberts annexed the only first place won by Purdue when he out-dis-tanced his opponent in the 200-yd. breast stroke. Coach Clevetts mengave the Illinois natators some real competition but the greater experi-ence of the Sucker team proved to be too much for the Purdue team. Indiana was decisively defeated by the Purdue tank men, 48-20.The Purdue team copped seven firsts, four of which were won by CaptainHamilton. Purdue finished first in the relay and Roberts and E. C.Stoever each took a first place.

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VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM Sitting: A. C. Stoever, Benton, Hamilton, E. C. Stoever.Standing: Clevett (Coach), Roberts, Murphy, Hentzler (Manager).

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Blue Ribbon Baby Contest (MSA)
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Description: Governor Guy Park stands between the boy and girl scored highest in the 1933 Blue Ribbon Baby Contest.

Coverage: United States – Missouri – Pettis – Sedalia

Date: 1933

Rights: Copyright is in the public domain.

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Title: The Fabricator : New Bedford Textile School yearbook
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: New Bedford Textile School New Bedford State Textile School New Bedford Textile Institute New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology New Bedford Institute of Technology
Subjects: New Bedford Textile School New Bedford State Textile School New Bedford Textile Institute New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology New Bedford Institute of Technology
Publisher: New Bedford, Mass. : New Bedford Textile School
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(80) 19 3 1 THE FABRICATOR

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SOCCER TEXTILE is again proud to acclaim another highly successful soccer teamthis year. In defeating such teams as Yale Frosh, Brown Frosh, FitchburgNormal, and Durfee Textile the eleven appeared to be as strong, if not stronger,than Techs undefeated team of 28-29. Chief among the millmens triumphsare the two defeats pinned upon our erstwhile rivals, Durfee Textile, markingthe first time that the squad has been victorious over Fall River twice in oneseason. The man who deserves the most credit is our fine coach, Fred Beards-worth, who for the past three years has turned out teams capable of defeat-ing some of the strongest scholastic elevens in this part of the country. On offense and defense this past season the work of the team could notbe excelled. The forward rank sank the ball in the netting 27 times whilethe defense held its opposing elevens to a mere 7 goals. Teamwork was one ofthe main factors in Techs play this year which aided greatly in the scoring.Coach Beardsworth was fo

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Title: Buddies intelligencer
Year: 1919 (1910s)
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Subjects: Society of Friends
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today making reservationsfor Ninth thirty days. THE INNBuck Hill Falls, Pa. The Eastbourne Pacific Avenue, reverse Park PlaceATLANTIC CITY, N. J.A household household of well-known reputationOcean view, steam-heat, sunshine parlor, ele-vator to street degree. Areas single or easuite, with private bath. Open all theyear. Booklet. GARWOOD & JOHNSON. HOTEL WARWICK SC AVENUEATLANTIC CITY, N. J.OPEN ALL OF THE YEARFirst household from beach and boardwalk.Steam temperature, electric lights, elevator.Excellent food; peaceful, dignified sur-roundings and attentive service. Reasonable rates. WriteSARAH H. FULLOM, Prop. THE PENNHURST MICHIGAN AVENUE AND BEACHATLANTIC CITY, N. J.Ownership Management. Flrst-Claa*Service. Garage. WM. R. HOOD. Entirely on Beach contrary Heinz Pier, Atlantic City, N. 3.Ocean spaces. Table friends. Constantly open, MRS. A. W. WHEELER HOTEL SWARTHMOREOCEAN CITY, N. J. Overlooking ocean. Tennis-court. Ex-cellent cuisine. Moderate prices. Undermanagement of Friends. W. P. and F. R Lippincott.

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Identifier: annualreport00ocea_0
Title: Annual report
Year: 1869 (1860s)
Authors: Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association
Subjects: Methodist Episcopal Church
Publisher: [Ocean Grove, N.J.] : Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Contributing Library: New Jersey State Library
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in the county or state. There are 118 arc lights, and they ran a total of 815 hours.135 new poles were erected. The commercial lights ran 1,081hours 45 minutes, and made 45,233 ampere hours. Lights werein Auditorium 44 nights, and ran 108 hours, averaging 860 lightsper night. Coal consumption for the past four years is as follows: Same period, 1894, – – ,500 1895, – – 4,700 1896, – – 2,000 1897, 2,200 Your committee have given much time, attention and careto the water and light systems and the constantly-recurring ques-tions incident to them, and are gratified to report that the plantsare in excellent condition and repair. The committee also desire at this time to express their sin-cere appreciation of the faithful and intelligent labors of ourchief-engineer, Mr. Turner, to our electrician, and both of theirassistants. You will observe, from the financial statement, that the totalreceipts for the year for water and electric light are ,404, and TWENTY ITY-EIGHTH ANNUM. REPORT. 63

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OCEA. N GROVE WATER-WORKS. 64 OCEAN GROVE, N. J. that the total expenses for both plants were ,,637 ; which,after crediting for street lighting ,250, Auditorium and publicbuildings ,000, and water for street sprinkling ,000, and allow-ing six per cent, interest on cost of both plants, we have a profitof 176/1000 of one per cent. This is getting profit down to finefigures ; but we must remember this class of street lighting wouldbe cheap at per lamp per year. This item would make thestreet lighting cost over ,000, while we have credited only,250. Observe also that over one hundred million gallons of waterare wasted per year. This loss charged at the rate of seven centsper thousand gallons would be ,000. This great waste is dueto defective plumbing, carelessness on the part of consumers, andthe absence of water meters. All of which is respectfully submitted by your committee foryour consideration and approval. T. J. Preston, A. H. De Haven, John E. Andrus. Licenses.â

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Title: Haverford College Athletic Annual and 1900 Class book
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Haverford College. Class of 1900
Subjects: Haverford College – Students – Yearbooks
Publisher: Haverford, Pa : Haverford College
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Part I. ATHLETIC ANNUAL Edited bv James A. Babbitt. M.D.Part H. SENIOR CLASS BOOK Edited bv the Class of /goo

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N attempt was made in 1899 to makethe Athletic Annual more trulyindicative of general college life by theaddition of College and Class Depart-ments. This met with such approval thatwe have taken a step farther and assignedone half the space to the Senior Class tobe edited as a Senior Class Book in accord-ance with the custom of many of oursister institutions. This Department has been conducted bythe Class Committee entirely indepen-dently, and all credit or responsibility mustbe given to them alone. We trust our many friends and Alumniwill give this yearly report, now publishedfor the seventh time, the same cordialgreeting as in former years, and considerany failures of the present year as pre-paratory efforts for a strong athletic future. The editor would express his appreciationof the work of the Class of 1900 in prepa-ration of their department, and also renderthanks to Mr. Chase for photographicassistance. J. A. B. HaverfordCollegeJune I, igoo

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Title: New Boston; a chronicle of progress in building a greater and finer city–under the auspices of this Boston-1915 action
12 Months: 1910 (1910s)
Writers: Boston–1915, inc. [from old catalog] Munroe, James Phinney, 1862- [from old catalog] ed
Topics: Boston (Mass.)
Publisher: Boston, Mass., Boston 1915, inc.
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A Chronicle of Progressin Building a Greaterand Finer City—Underthe Auspices of theBoston-1915 Movement Published month-to-month

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VOL. II AUGUST, 1911 No. 4 ITEMS NOTE AND COMMENT FOR UNLOCKING BOSTONS SCHOOLHOUSES PUBLIC RECREATION COMMITTEE CITY THINKING IN LOS ANGELES ALBANY—1916 LOAN-SHARK LAW FOR MASSACHUSETTS HOT WAVES AND MORTALITY COSTS THE BOSTON NEWSBOYS VACATION MUNICIPAL ENHANCEMENT BOARD IN BROOKLINE BOSTONS MUNICIPAL BALL LEAGUE THE SOCIAL SIDE OF CITY PLANNING H. E. Tuttle BOSTONS RECREATION SERVICES J. E. Chadwick PARTNERSHP OF DIRT AND INFECTION Lawrence Veiller HEALTH PERSONAL SERVICE—A SHEET ANCHOR OF CONTEMPORARY Elizabeth V. H. Richards MEDICATION and Michael M. Davis. Jr. THE PAGEANT OF THETFORD Edith Brownell BOSTON—AS SEEN FROM HARVARD BRIDGE J. Gordon Gilkey A PAGEANT OF PATRIOTISM Frank Chouteau Brown… WHAT IS CITY THINKING? DIRECTORY OF DIRECTORS OF BOSTON-1915 123123124124125125125126127127127129135 137142145146149151 BOOK COMMITTEE Mrs. Fannie Fern Andrews, Civic ConferenceArthur Burnham, Fine and Industrial Arts Con-ferenceDr. Richard C. Cabot, Health ConferenceJohn H. Fahe

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Title: Travels within the central elements of Indo-China (Siam), Cambodia, and Laos : throughout the years 1858, 1859, and 1860
Year: 1864 (1860s)
Authors: Mouhot, Henri, 1826-1861 Mouhot, Charles
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casions wear a rich,suit, comprising compartments, vest, gear, and a sizable tunic.each goes barefoot, hardly ever having even sandals. They arenot of a migratory nature, but have their particular fixed habita-tions, and they are fond of beauty and deluxe. Yery imi-tative inside their ways, they feel a pride in putting on aEuropean gown; many of these made after thefashion of Louis XIV.s reign are nevertheless maintained, espe-cially on the list of descendants associated with the Portuguese, whoare numerous. The unifornis for the troops are copiedfrom those of European countries; while the Avhole nation features a greattaste for the Parisian furnishings, cotton fiber, silk, and woollenfabrics, porcelain, china, cup, bronzes, cutlery, iron-mongery, and toys. Various other articles in much esteem withthem, and exported by united states, are fire-arms, side-arms,saddlery, quilts, carpets, clocks, and windows. Ourchampagne, brandy, gin, and kirsch, would find in Siama certain and ready sale in exchange for the produce ofthe country. The attempts for the Americans to have from the

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Attracted by M, Bocourt, from an image. SIAMESE ROPE-DANCER. Chap. II. PACT WITH AMERICA. 103 Siamese national favorable regards to commerce werefor a period fruitless, however in 1833 a treaty had been concludedwith the usa, which proved of but little materialbenefit. An extra embassy from the Western Eepublicfailed completely. Balestier, the envoy, cannot evenobtain an audience from the master, and consequently wasunable to produce his letters of credit. The Americanshad been unfortunate in their selection of Balestier as theirrepresentative, he having formerly held it’s place in a mercantilehouse at Singapore, plus no favor either with theking or his ministers. A treaty was, but eventuallyconcluded involving the two nations. Sir James Brooke, the English ambassador at Bangkok,found their improvements coldly got. Most likely the Com-tfelt aggrieved by the mindset thought by that gentle-man ; but, whatever was why, mattersnearly approaclied to an open rupture. In September,1

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Title: Legislative regulation of railway finance in England
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Wang, Ching-Chun, 1883-
Subjects: Railroads and state Railroads Theses
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ed intosome participation in their faults. In the midst of this chaos,a royal commission was appointed to examine the whole matter,with a view toward Government purchase as a solution of the pro-blem. Parliament intended to postpone 2,11 action until thecommission had finished its work; but the prevailing difficulties made early action necessary. Therefore, in 1866 the Railway 2 Companies Securities Act was passed for the purpose of remedyingthe situation. By 1867 the panic subsided; but the old ominous contro-versy over the nature and value of railway securities was stillrife. In fact it held all other financial matters in abeyance. Of the aggregate railway capital of about 1450,000,000 more than 27^ 3 represented debenture debts, the number of investors in such se- 4 curities numbered no less than 100,000. 1. Economist, 1866, pp. 1484-1485. 2. 29 & 30, V. c. 108. See Chapter on Registration of RailwyaSecurities. 3. London Times, Feb. 6, 1867, p. 9. 4. Hansard,, vol. 185, p. 297.

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Meanwhile it became clear that the current belief was that a man lending money upon a debenture, lent it upon a mortgage not only of the income, but also the property of a railway company. But this belief was shattered by the decision of the Lord Justice in 1 the London, Chatham and Dover Companys land case, in which theprinciple governing the question was laid down at some length andwith great perspicuity. It was held that the holders of railwaydebentures were not only without any immediate hold on the generalproperty of the undertaking as distinguished from its income, butwere not entitled to any claim to the rents or proceeds from thesale of the companys Burplus land. In other words, the debenture-holders had only a hold on the tolls and earnings of the line andnot on the property of the company. The whole question seemed tohave turned on the interpretation given to the word undertakingin the security which the debenture-holders received for theirmoney. The popular idea was that by

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