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Title: Handy manual of useful information and world’s atlas, for mechanics, merchants, editors, lawyers … and all classes of workers in every department of human effort; also a compilation of facts for ready reference on 2,000 subjects, being an epitome of matters historical, statistical, biographical, political, geographical, and of general interest. A universal hand-book for ready reference
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Authors: Conklin, George W., comp
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: Chicago, Laird & Lee
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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ovei,000,000. The water battery is considered one of thefinest military works in the world. Leon P. Fredemeyer is credited with having trundled#, wheelbarrow from San Francisco.. Cal., to New Yorkin 7 months and 16 days. He arrived iii: New York July^ 1879. O tUObJO -^ a ^ *^«. 2 (U C—i O _1 PI 1c^ g qj find ::s-^ 2 .^ .1^5 .^ ^ (U ^ Pi sis– *^ S booi-i g u S dj ^ rQ • S? g. (U w O lA O 1^ ^ fl S . O £ :3 .2 ^cj(rf(ui;rrt ■*- o CO 1 ^T3 a -^1 g^ 1 ■^^^J^ ^r;:J:;:::;:! ^ ^r^^-Xj HM^_i^^_, ^ ^ ?D ?2p;dp^ * 4- o cAininiAiAiniAtAin ^ 2 >^>.>^>^>^>>>^>^>^ J=^T^ C! dduiciciciQicici 2 o n:3T3T3T^X5T3dndT3 Anx per nges 00 lO -^ sh O t^ ^00 rj-i-i H^ !h TJdTJTJldXJ^TJTlJ (X0 Oh O) • •….. .^* . . I : I I I u ^ i ^ :l : :i :ld £.s : : -.t x^ io p a Q. P ^ <u w to d OT3 Tl o ^.s O <D <Dai -* n •- ^rt ^^ oc ^ o •^-^^ <u .xJ toS ,^^ d CJ ss

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89 DIGESTION. Average time required for the digestion of variousarticles of food : Hours. Min. Apples, sweet (boiled) 2 30 . Barley (boiled) 2 Beans, Lima (boiled) 2 30 Beef (roasted) .. -3 Beef (fried) 4 Beef, salt (boiled) 2 45 Bread 3 30 Butter .3 30 Cheese 3 30 Chicken (fricasseed) 2 40 Custard (baked) 2 45 Duck (roasted) 4 Eggs (raw) 2 Eggs (soft-boiled) 3 Eggs (hard-boiled) 3 30 Eggs fri9d) .^ 3 30 Fish, various kinds (raw, boiled, fried) 2 44 Fowl (roast) 4 Hashed meat and vegetables (warm) 2 30 Lamb (boiled) 2 30 Milk (raw) 2 15 Milk (boiled) 2 Mutton (boiled) 3 Mutton (roast) *. 3 15 Oysters (roast) 3 ,15 Oysters (stewed) 3 30 Pigs feet, soused (boiled) i Potatoes (baked) , 2 30 Pork, salt (stewed) 3 Pork (roast) 3 15 Rice (boiled) i Sago (boiled) I 45 Soup, barley , I 30 Soup, chicken, etc. (average) 3 15 Tripe, soused (boiled) I Turkey (roast) 2 30 Veal (boiled) 4 Veal (fried) 4 30 90 THE PULSE. The natural rate of the pulse varies at different agesas follow^: Beats per Mi

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Title: Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the … session of the Legislature of the State of California
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Authors: California. Legislature
Subjects: Legislative journals
Publisher: Sacramento : State Printing
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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78.875 99,581 5,883 200,036 119.060 354.305 110,270 36.429 132,065 37,789 129,657 28,290 131,984 210,532 118,295 9,506,344 ,957,997 crro ,842,409300.828 4,555,34412,940,209 5,321,74511,443,04515.765,843 2.048,444 3,710,60028,180,820 9,511,40518,099,949 1,802,54519,168,090 7,111,785 3,178.460 3,298.780100,520,956 5,360,28511,336,635 2,096,58710,331,46512,147,562 3,003,805 1,100,06716,406,96211,254,570 6,448,23010,518,260 7,055,485 2,046,67910,512,40333.096,030 5,828,16513,523,11018,241,620413,099,99329,S49,91011,393,34114,151,79013,223,64750,654,63510,634,960 7,922,865 1,485,371 7,533,10416.727,61324,135,59410,783,325 5,902,33610,011.330 1,567,99813,929,361 6.261,260 8,071,38115,083,482 5,051,845 1,192,584.318 NoTE.-Where two rates of taxation are given, the lesser rate is that levied upon property situate* Includes solvent credits. t Includes special school tax of 35 cents. REPORT OF THE STATE CONTROLLER. 137 NO. 17. the Year 1901, and Rate of Taxation (State Rate, 48 Cents).

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,121,485 within tiie limits of incorporated cities or towns, sucli property being exempt from road tax 10—c 138 REPORT OF THE STATE CONTROLLER. STATEMENT Values of Property in, and Indebtedness of, each County for Counties. Alameda .– Alpine – Amador Buite Calaveras … Colusa . Contra CostaDel Norte-.-El Dorado… Fresno Glenn Humboldt.. Inyo Kern Kings Lalie .- Lassen Los Angeles. Madera Marin , – Mariposa …Mendocino . Merced Modoc Mono -. Monterey .-. Napa Nevada Orange Placer Plumas Riverside–.Sacramento so a n> t3oCD < ►rS, 3d57th35th23d33d42d19lh55th40ih7th47ih11th53d26th37ih45th51st2d44th29th49lh14th39th48 th56 th16th27th21st15th28th50th20th . 5th SanBentto | 43d 10th 9th 1st 8th 25th 32d 17th 4 th 13th 22d 54th 24 th 12th 6th 38th 46 th 36th 52d 18th 34th 30th 31st 41st San Bernardino San Diego – San Francisco … San Joaquin San Luis Obispo. San Mateo Santa Barbara… Santa Clara Santa Cruz Shasta …. Sierra.- Siskiyou Solano – Sonoma Stanislaus Sutter Teham

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Title: Robinson Crusoe’s father : the projector of savings banks /
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Greene, Charles T.
Subjects: Williamsburgh Savings Bank Savings banks Banks and banking
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Eagle Press
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: The Durst Organization

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derfullysince then. The present number of loans outstanding to the credit ofthe bank is 5,183, amounting in the aggregate to ,097,895,or an average of ,421 per single loan. The present numberof depositors is 99,438 and their savings total to ,615,446.It is only a question of a few more months when the depositorswill exceed the one hundred thousand mark. More Than 12,000 New Depositors PutMoney in the Bank in 1909. During the year 1909, 12,279 persons, representing prac-tically every civilized country and every phase of religiousbelief, opened accounts with the Williamsburgh SavingsBank for the first time. Were you one of them? Since the founding of the bank in 1851 the stupendoussum of 9,573,358 has passed through it. In other words,the total deposits for the fifty-nine years of its existence haveaggregated 5,177,094, and the total withdrawals to4,396,264. It has paid out in interest during these fifty-nine years ,835,757. The Williamsbnrgh Savings Bank of Brooklyn

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Have yon gotten any of this money? If you have not, you are that much poorer; but you maybegin to participate in the future distributions of dividendsby opening an account of your own now. The Williamsburgh Savings Bank is aPerfect Investment Machine. That a savings bank, and the Williamsburgh Savings Bankin particular, is the most highly developed investing machineyet devised by man is an irrefutable fact. Greater sums ofmoney can be invested by savings banks with a consequentgreater aggregate return at a less expense than by any otheragency. The expenses of operating the Williamsburgh Sav-ings Bank for the year 1909 amounted to 1,830. The rateof expense for each dollar of liabilities was little more thana quarter of a cent; for each of the 99,438 persons who hadaccounts in the bank, .82. In comparison with the com-missions demanded by brokers and other banks employed inthe investment of capital this rate is ridiculously small andinconsequential. Robinson Crusoes Father, the Pro

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