Annual Meeting: Proceedings, Constitution, List of Active Members, and Addresses

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Seite 108 - But for those first affections, Those shadowy recollections, Which, be they what they may, Are yet the fountain light of all our day, Are yet a master light of all our seeing; Uphold us, cherish, and have power to make Our noisy years seem moments in the being Of the eternal Silence...
Seite lxv - THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That our thanks are due and are hereby tendered to the...
Seite 175 - Systematic Education ; or Elementary Instruction in the various Departments of Literature and Science, with Practical Rules for studying each branch of Useful Knowledge.
Seite 126 - Constitution, may be adopted at any regular meeting. 2. This Constitution may be altered or amended, by a vote of two...
Seite 9 - Go ye into all the world and teach all nations." To those who were inclined to make religion complex and mysterious, magical and formal, He said, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy might, with all thy mind, and with all thy heart; and thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." And yet again, to those who either then or thereafter were to make an ecclesiastical system the basis of personal power and worldly splendor, and who were to surround the church with the pomp and circumstance of...
Seite 126 - By-Laws for its government. 6. It shall be the particular duty of the Curators to select books, and to take charge of the library of the Institute. 7. The Censors shall have authority to procure for publication the annual address and lectures. It shall be their duty to examine the annual reports of the Standing Committees, and all other communications made to the Society ; and to publish such of them, as, in their estimation, may tend to throw light on the subject of Education, and aid the faithful...
Seite 12 - Human societies are born, live, and die, upon the earth; there they accomplish their destinies. But they contain not the whole man. After his engagement to society there still remains in him the more noble part of his nature; those high faculties by which he elevates himself to God, to a future life, and to the unknown blessings of an invisible world. We, individuals, each with a separate and distinct existence, with an identical person, we, truly beings endowed with immortality, we have a higher...
Seite li - ... the military and naval schools established to impart this knowledge and training will fail in their objects, unless young men are selected as students, of the right age, with suitable preparatory knowledge, with vigor of body, and aptitude of mind, for the special studies of such schools; and...
Seite 154 - A system of geography, popular and scientific; or, A physical, political, and statistical account of the world and its various divisions.
Seite 127 - Trustees may elect an auditor, to hold office during the pleasure of the Board, whose duty it shall be to audit the accounts of the Treasurer, and who shall report thereon from time to time as the Treasurer may require or as the Executive Committee may direct. The compensation to be paid such auditor shall be fixed by the Executive Committee subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees. SEC. V. The Director shall present a report of the work...

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