Annual Report of the Secretary of State to the Governor and General Assembly of the State of Ohio for the Year Ending ...

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第 409 頁 - January of each year, during the time occupied in said survey, to make a report to the governor of the results and progress of the survey, accompanied by such maps, profiles and drawings as may be necessary to exemplify the same, which reports the governor shall lay before the general assembly.
第 281 頁 - In 1840 the quantity given by the census was 286,000, but a committee of the Home League, in New York, made it 347,700 tons. Taking the medium of the two, it would give about 315,000 tons, being an increase in eight years of 50 per cent.
第 421 頁 - ... related to irrigation and the reclaiming of waste lands ; of political, rural, and domestic economy. Every one of these branches of knowledge is intimately related to scientific agriculture and the mechanic arts. Certainly the demands of modern science in either or both of these fields far outrun the usual popular and superficial estimate of them. But while science was appointed to be the leading aim of the schools, there was to be no exclusion of other studies which are suited " to bring the...
第 10 頁 - Mexico. •The result of the election in 1848 was not finally determined In joint convention of the two houses of...
第 6 頁 - ... resolution providing for the publication of the Ohio State Reports and the advance sheets of the same. " Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the Secretary of State be and he is hereby authorized to contract with some responsible person or firm to furnish material, print, bind and supply the State with three hundred and fifty copies of the thirty-eighth and any other subsequent volume or volumes of the Ohio state reports that may be ready for publication within two...
第 409 頁 - ... performance of the duty assigned to him by this act of the Legislature, the Governor nominated the following persons members of the Geological Corps ; and these nominations were confirmed by the Senate : JS Newberry, Chief Geologist. EB Andrews, "| Edward Orton, V Assistant Geologists.
第 420 頁 - The international expositions had opened the eyes of our educators and scientists to the inferiority of our country in almost all departments of applied science. Our students were resorting to the European schools for scientific training. Few original scientific •works of authority were produced or could be produced here, from the lack of the requisite opportunities for scientific culture. The country abounded in material wealth ; it was poor and provincial in the sciences and arts. What was demanded...
第 262 頁 - Graftou, and Chester, Illinois; and at Cottonwood, Kansas. 45. Sandstones. " Sandstones vary much in color and fitness for architectural purposes, but they include some of the most beautiful, durable, and highly valued materials used in construction. Whatever their differences, they have this in common, that they are chiefly composed of sand — that is, grains of quartz — to a greater or less degree cemented and consolidated. They also frequently contain other ingredients, as lime, iron, alumina,...
第 420 頁 - At the time of the passage of the act there were in America very few instrumentalities for adequate instruction in either theoretical or applied science ; while in Europe the schools of science had already reached a high degree of development, and were exercising a farreaching influence, not only on all the professions outside of the theological and legal, and in all departments of arts and manufactures, but also greatly modifying theories and methods of education in nearly all its phases. The international...
第 10 頁 - July 13, .1788. when the first civil government was established in the Territory, until about the close of the year 1802, when he was removed by the President 2.

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