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Title: Annual report of the Public Service Commission, and the … annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Annual report
Subjects: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Public utilities
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
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2 02 Total Investment in Road and Equipment during the Year. Total Investment in Road and Equipment since June 30, 1914. §438,676 50t ,549 97 41 70 113 40 1,133 35 2,455 14 S13,293 56 5,382 94t So 00 56 62 1 00 1,224 66 §1,287 28 84,122 SS 56 49 191 99 286,200 00 1,425 31 1,996 67 3,283 95 86,771 449,378 154 1,890 73 2 3,406 55 91t 25t 00 71 00 68 §437,389 22i 813,672 41 169 1,325 286,200 3,880 8305,290 §132,098 99t Respondents Investment in Road and Eqwpment at Close of Year. Item. Investment from July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1914, road, . . ■Investment from July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1914, general expenditures. Investment since June 30, 1914, road, • • • Investment since June 30, 1914, general expenditures Total investment in road and equipment, Length of road owned (miles) Average investment per mile of road, exclusive of improvements on leased lines, t Credit. Owned Lines. 83,414,636 75335,550 31437,389 22t305,290 23 ,618,088 0714.82 4,135 49 Capital Stock.

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Common stock: authorizationsclosed prior to present year. 266 RAILROAD RETURNS. [Jan. Sundry Current Liabilities.Loans and Bills Payable. Name of Cbeditok ob ofObligation. Character of Liability or ofTransactions involved. Credit Balance at Close of Year. Unable to give names of holders, . Notes, 81,860,000 00 Miscellaneous Accoimts Payable. Edgar L. Gillett, .Boston & Maine R.R., Total, Advances,In dispute, S52,089 3823,953 46 ,042 84 Tracks owned or controlled by Respondent at Close of Year. Miles of road, 14.82 Miles of yard track and sidings, etc., . . . . . . .1.66 Total, 16.48 Miles of Road owned at Close of Year, by States and Territories (Single Track). State ob Tebbitobt. Main Line. Massachusetts, Signatures and Oath to Return.We hereby certify that the statements contained in the foregoing return are full,just and true. ARTHUR W. EATON, Treasurer.CHARLES F. ENSWORTH, Chief Accounting Officer. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts.Hampden, ss. Westfield, July 12, 1917. The

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Title: History of the twenty third Pennsylvania volunteer infantry, Birney’s Zouaves; three months & three years service, Civil War
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Pennsylvania infantry. 23d regt., (1861-1864)
Subjects: United States. Army Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 23rd (1861-1865)
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ds, two years ago, on the occasion of the unveiling of the monu-ment of the Twenty-third Pennsylvania regiment, I took occasion torefer to an injustice which had been unintentionally done us, in the reportof the battle by the Army Commander. As the remarks I then made 808 HISTORY OF THE TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT in reference to the Twenty-third Regiment are appHcable to each and allthe regiments of our Brigade, I quote them verbatim. After speakinga word of praise in behalf of General Doubleday, of the First Corps,and General Sickles, of the Third Corps, for the services they renderedon the first and second days respectively, I say, And while claimingthis special recognition for them, I have a less pleasing, but to you amore important duty to perform, and that is, to demand an officialrecognition of the services, in this battle, of the Brigade to which youwere attached. The student who in future years peruses the officialreports and records in the War Department, will there find recorded.

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Gulps Hill. This was the second position of Shalers Brigade. On its arrival hereGeneral Geary of the 12th Corps placed it in the ravine immediately inrear of this position. During the morning the regiments of the brigadewere engaged in the breastworks, which will be observed runningalong just below the brow of the hill towards a large boulder in theworks. It remained here as relieving regiments, until ordered to leftcentre, in support of ist Corps during repulse of Picketts charge. over the signature of the commander of the Army of the Potomac,that in the battle of Gettysburg, Wheatons Brigade was ordered tothe right, to aid in driving back the enemy and in retaking the works.In other words the troops of Wheatons Brigade were credited, inthe official report of the battle, with the service performed by yourBrigade. Upon learning of this error, I spoke to General Meadeabout it, at an ^rmy reunion, held in Boston nine years after the battle,and he promised to have his report corrected. I

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Title: History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and addresses delivered at the celebration of the thirty-fifth anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D.D
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio)
Subjects: First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio)
Publisher: Bellefontaine : Press of the Index Printing and Pub. Co.
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the congregation at meetings held in the lecture roomof the church, September 5 and 12, 1898. This does not pretend to be a perfect book. No history everwas written without mistakes and this by reason of its mode ofcompilation probably has many more than is necessary. Whatever errors or notable omissions are discovered should bereported and in due time they shall be corrected or supplied. Various persons have furnished valuable material and helpand it would be almost impossible to give each and every oneproper credit. So only those are mentioned who contributedspecial papers. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HISTORY.

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CONTENTS. VI CONTENTS .*«»*»/S/»<V4«k GENERAL. Page Synods and Presbyteries 1 Pastors 2 Elders 3 Officers, Deacons, Trustees, Clerks, Auditors, Deaconesses, 4 Early Missionaries 8 First Presbyterian Church ot Bellefontaine 14 Abstract of Yearly Reports 24 I^ist of the Books of Record 26 Seating of the Church—18:^9-1836 . 27 Contributors to this Church—1825-1842 28 BIOGRAPHICAL Our Pastors—Reverends Joseph Stevenson, 33; Robert H. Hollyday, D. D. 35;Geo. A. Gregg, 37: Edwin B. RafFensperger, D. D., 38; Geo. P. Bergen, 41;Geo. Iv. Kalb, D. D., 41; Geo. E Davies, 49. The Elders—Joshua Robb, 50; J. W. Marquis, 51; Robt Patterson, 51; Thos.Marquis. 52; John McCracken, 52; James Kerr, 53; David Patterson, 53;Abraham Boyd, 54; John Paris, 55; James D. Campbell, 55; Ezra Bennett,56; Thos. M. Stevenson, 57: Robt Henderson, 58; Wm. G. Kennedy, 58; Dr.S. W. Fuller, 59; Wm. McCulloch, 61; Josiah Moore, 61; J A. Mcllvaine, 62;Geo. A Henry, 63; J. Q. A. Campbell, 63; Dr. J. P. Walla

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