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Be wanted the land^ plaeed beyond the control of the Eegishiti •'.•, and tlie proceeds of the same forever hel I inviolato for the dischar;re of the bond debt. Suite would never rctllze anything woi-ih naming, whi U* in thi end thu people would be comp.. ' i The Delano bill was tlicn taken up by | iha ooniniitice. i'cttit moved to amend the bill by ' providing for the payment of the chilms oft t-riiham «L Mc Donald, and EIu, Grinddl ic Keepers iu the general settiemcul. Messrs, Bristol and I)a:iicls, and f^iyorid the '•Di.da- 110 bill," 0.1 the ground that it took tlie se Llleinent ol tiie bonds out of the hands of lac State oili-jers, and out of politics. Smiiii moved as a suboiitiite ths b IM introduced in tiie House by Mr. ij c:)nstitu tion, so Ui it the imjiroveinent lands can 1 ever b^j dispensed of c^j.-pi by a vole of the people. He predicted that to turn over this matter to individu;ils the . The conii.iittec then recotamended that the origiaal Liii [the Briatoi billj lav ou the table. Smith, prescribing that in aciecting hinds i Vir cancelling bonds from lime lo time, one half selected ^hali be from i Lo-ic of the least value. Eolsom thought the bill provided for partial repudiation. The committee recommended that the bill be engrossed for a third reading, which with the other recommendatloiu was adopt- by the Senate. The long list presented on the next page onwards was processed from Mahabharata and Ramayana files as encoded by Professor Tokunaga.The words are carefully arranged based on sanskrit/devanagari alphabets and can be split-up into a file per alphabet.
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T seiiienienl wiili the State ohievrs was just jiivci-sely where it should be left.
that liy Vi lain -d iu :„ Alortgjge-*': Atton*' y for jlortgagee, "^u'-Tt JACOB Til Uil AS, Sheriff of Scott Couuly, Minnesota.
But Iricii Pry w*5 rc^oricd to to •viur«*il"Tj oele^rutcs hud j ^.^,_^^^ ^j^_ j_ j^_ Armstrong iu tlie chaii. ie ordir for eleven o'clock, when that Lour arrived, On tiiotion of Mr. TGAOoi:i.—J times Kgiin, ni.d Marv Euan, his wiii , of Siblev t Jouaiv.
Duuaud, of this County, waauominaled by them as \}.«ir choice fur Elector, by about & two- tiiird Tote. Dut;iels was *i Ckioh reconsidered ia the ubseuce of many j ilr.^t taken up Uoad Bonus, having been made t!