ARGUMENT REV. ELIPHALET NOTT, D.D

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Page 86 - Contractor to discontinue all work, or any part thereof, as may be designated by the said party of the first part, and the said party of the first part...
Page 11 - That for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar cash in hand paid by the party of the second part to the party of the first part...
Page 11 - Now, therefore, in consideration of the premises and of the sum of $1 paid by the party of the second part to the party of the first part...
Page 26 - It was for the building of a bridge, which it recites the party of the second part "desires to build across the Allegheny river, and in accordance with specifications and plans * * * heretofore submitted to the. party of the first part by the .party of the second part.
Page 31 - New-York; alledging that they were excused from making such returns, by an act entitled " An act to enable the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of Albany to dispose of tickets in a lottery heretofore granted, and to limit the continuance of the same,
Page 53 - ... then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue of law.
Page 15 - An act instituting a lottery for the promotion of literature and for other purposes," had 57 originally been made to the trustees of Union College. And the said trustees of Hamilton College, do hereby for themselves, and their successors, covenant, promise and agree, to and with the said...
Page 26 - It is further agreed by the party of the first part that the party of the second part shall...
Page 15 - An Act instituting a lottery for the promotion of literature and for other purposes,
Page 5 - April 13th, 1814, for the promotion of literature, have already suffered materially by delay in drawing the same: And whereas, it is believed, that said lottery might be managed with greater economy and less hazard, by the institutions interested in its success, than it has hitherto been, or can hereafter be, by the state: And whereas, all that could be thus saved, by greater economy in the management of said lottery, would go to diminish the loss of said institutions: And whereas, by such an arrangement,...

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