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Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Subjects: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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.229,766.14 183,888.9475,115.07 155,935.74 Tolls, daniag-es, taxes, etc. 60,386.8 > 28,359.00 20,654.08 108,873.87 95,548.90 Ratio of expenses to earnings:With tolls 47.6136.52 56.2546.49 56.7243.49 60.1848.62 CLAMBAKE OF THE AMERICAN ELECTRICALWORKS. The new interurban electric railway between Oskosh and Neenah,Wis., is completed and in operation. In the early part of September the 21st annual clam bake of theAmerican Electrical Works, of Providence, R. I., will mark yetanother anniversary of this enterprising concern. The occasion ofthese outings is one always to be remembered and appreciated bythose of the electrical fraternity whose good fortune it is to attendthem, and the annual meetings at the Pomham Club have increasedir. popularity with each succeeding year. Mr. Eugene F. Phillips,president of the company, has become well known as the prince ofentertainers, and the occasion of this years outing is looked for-ward to with the keenest anticipation. STREET RAILWAY REVIEW. 567

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PUBLISHED ON THE 15th OF EACH MONTH. WINDSOR & KEN! inLD PUIiLISHING CO., rcLePMONc, tiAnniaON 764. MONON BUILDING, CHICAGO. SUBSCRIPTION, – – – THREE DOLLARS.Foreign Subscription, Four Dollars American Money. Address all Communications arid Remittances to Windsor & Kenfield Publishing Co..ifonou HuHJing^ Chicago, H. H. WINDSOR, F. S. KENFIELD. Editor. Business Manager. EASTERN OFFICE, 100 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK. CORRESPONDENCF. We cordially invite corrospnmKiiLC on all subjocls of interest to thoseenffaKed in any branch of street railway work, and will (jratefully appreciateany marked cttpics of papers or news items our street railway friends may sendus, pcrtainiug- either to companies or officers. DOES THE MANAGER WANT ANYTHING? If you cotiteniplale the purchase i>f aiiv supolios or material, we can saveyou much time and trouble. Drop a line t<i Tiif. Kkvikw , slating what you arein the market for, and you will promptly receive bids and estimates from all thebest dea

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Title: Annual report of the Commissioners of Fisheries, Game and Forests of the State of New York
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: New York (State). Commissioners of Fisheries, Game and Forests
Subjects: Forests and forestry Fisheries Game and game-birds
Publisher: [Albany, N.Y. : The Commission]
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ntime the Court of Appeals rendered a decision that the title is still vested in theState, in view of which I have retained it in our schedule of lands and on ourAdirondack map, have colored it red to indicate that it still forms part of the ForestPreserve. This schedule does not include any of the lands recently purchased by the ForestPreserve Board which, at the time of going to press, amounts to over 250,000 acres.The various tracts and parcels composing this large and valuable addition to thepreserve will appear in the next publication of the land list. From the following schedule it appears that, exclusive of the area acquired by thepurchase made by the Forest Preserve Board, the State Preserve contains at thepresent time 908,904 acres. Of this area the Adirondack Preserve contains 852,392acres, and the Catskill Preserve 56,512 acres. These figures include the 39,564 acresacquired by the tax sale of 1895. The acreage of the preserve, as contained in each county, is as follows:13s

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HT AH UNEXPECTED OPPORTUNITY. REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF FISHERIES, GAME AND FORESTS. 139 Adirondack Preserve. Counties. Clinton, Essex, Fulton, Franklin, Hamilton, Herkimer, Lewis, Oneida, St. Lawrence Saratoga, Warren, Washington, Total, Acres.17,863197,12418,89980,498291,84488,681 4,377 5>23730,612 9,11072,868 1,241 8i8,354 Catskill Preserve. Delaware.Greene,Sullivan,Ulster, Total, 11,146 796609 38,435 50,986 Additional I^ands geared at ft)e Tax 5ale of 1&95. Adirondack Preserve. Counties. Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Lewis, . Oneida, St. Lawrence Saratoga, Warren, Total, Acres.3,2734,0184,0712,6202,726 85170120 2,155 2,298 12,502 34,038 140 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF Catskill Preserve. Total, . • Counties.Delaware,Greene,Sullivan,Ulster, Recapitulation.Adirondack Preserve, ….Catskill Preserve, …. Adirondack Preserve, tax sale of 1895,Catskill Preserve, tax sale of 1895, Total, . Acres.2,982 564 6881,292 5,526 818,354 50,986 34,o38 5,52

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Title: Dearborn’s guide through Mount Auburn : with seventy-six engravings for the benefit of strangers desirous of seeing the clusters of monuments with the least trouble ; with the established rules for the preservation of the cemetery, purchase of lots, and other concerns ..
Year: 1854 (1850s)
Authors: Dearborn, Nathaniel, 1786-1852
Subjects: Mount Auburn Cemetery Cemeteries Sepulchral monuments
Publisher: Boston : Nathaniel S. Dearborn
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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18 RICHARD HAtGHTON. LOT 777. PIKE AVENUE. Ah I how unjust to Nature and himselfIs thoughtless, thankless, iuconsislent man!Like ehiklrcii bahbling nonsense in llieir sports,We censure Nature for a span too short;That span too short, M-e tax as tedious too;Torture jnveiition, all expedients tire,To lash the lingering moments into speed,And whirl us (happy riddance) from ourselves.

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REV. WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING, D.D. GREEN DRIER PATH. The sage, peer, potentate, king, conqueror! Death humbles these ; more barbarous Life the man! Life is the triumph of our mouldering clay : Death is the spirit infinite! divine ! Death has no dread but what frail Life imparls. Nor Life true joy but what kind death improves. No bliss has life to boast, till Dealh ran give Far greater. Lifes a debtor to the grave : Dark lattice ! letting in eternal day.

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