University of the United States March 10, 1896 (Classic Reprint)
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Opis: University of the United States - States United States; Congress; Senate;

Excerpt from University of the United States: March 10, 1896
The Senate having under consideration the bill (S. 1708) to establish a national university -
Mr. Hunton said:
Mr President: I gave notice that to-day immediately after the routine business of the morning hour I would call up the bill (S. 1708) to establish a national university. I desire now to call up the bill.
The President pro tempore. Is there objection The Chair hears none, and the bill is before the Senate as in Committee of the Whole. Does the Senator from Virginia desire to have the bill read at length
Mr. Hunton. I do not desire to have the bill read at length unless some Senator calls for its reading.
Mr. Cullom. The bill ought to be read before we pass it.
Mr. Hunton. Very well; then let the bill be read.
Mr. CULLOM. If the Senator from Virginia simply desires to address the Senate upon the bill called up, I do not ask for its reading. I supposed the Senator had called up the bill to put it on its passage.
Mr. Hunton. That is my desire.
The President pro tempore. The bill will be read at length.
The Secretary read the bill.
Mr. Hale. Mr. President, I do not think any member of the Senate supposed, when the request was made for unanimous consent to take up this most important bill, that it was to be attempted to push it through this morning. I supposed that the Senator expected to make a speech on the subject, and so made no objection. It is very evident, however, that this measure can not pass in the morning hour, and if it is not too late, I shall object to its consideration, in order that it may go to the Calendar under Rule IX, where it can be debated in some way commensurate with its importance.
Mr. Hunton. I gave notice that I should call up the bill after the routine business of the morning hour to-day, and I take it that it is too late now to object to taking up the bill, after it has been taken up without objection and the bill read. I hope the Senator will not object.
Mr. Hale. Does the Senator think that he can pass this most important bill in the morning hour, involving very great changes and departures from any previous course of the Government
Mr. Hunton. Probably not in this morning hour.
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Szczegóły: University of the United States - States United States; Congress; Senate;

Nazwa: University of the United States March 10, 1896 (Classic Reprint)
Autor: States United States; Congress; Senate;
Wydawnictwo: FB &c Ltd
Kod paskowy: 9781330470480
Języki: angielski
Ilość stron: 182
Format: 15.2x22.9cm
Oprawa: Miękka


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University of the United States
March 10, 1896 (Classic Reprint)

Excerpt from University of the United States: March 10, 1896
The Senate having under consideration the bill (S. 1708) to establish a national university -
Mr. Hunton said:
Mr President: I gave notice that to-day immediately after the routine business of the morning hour I would call up the bill (S. 1708) to establish a national university. I desire now to call up the bill.
The President pro tempore. Is there objection The Chair hears none, and the bill is before the Senate as in Committee of the Whole. Does the Senator from Virginia desire to have the bill read at length
Mr. Hunton. I do not desire to have the bill read at length unless some Senator calls for its reading.
Mr. Cullom. The bill ought to be read before we pass it.
Mr. Hunton. Very well; then let the bill be read.
Mr. CULLOM. If the Senator from Virginia simply desires to address the Senate upon the bill called up, I do not ask for its reading. I supposed the Senator had called up the bill to put it on its passage.
Mr. Hunton. That is my desire.
The President pro tempore. The bill will be read at length.
The Secretary read the bill.
Mr. Hale. Mr. President, I do not think any member of the Senate supposed, when the request was made for unanimous consent to take up this most important bill, that it was to be attempted to push it through this morning. I supposed that the Senator expected to make a speech on the subject, and so made no objection. It is very evident, however, that this measure can not pass in the morning hour, and if it is not too late, I shall object to its consideration, in order that it may go to the Calendar under Rule IX, where it can be debated in some way commensurate with its importance.
Mr. Hunton. I gave notice that I should call up the bill after the routine business of the morning hour to-day, and I take it that it is too late now to object to taking up the bill, after it has been taken up without objection and the bill read. I hope the Senator will not object.
Mr. Hale. Does the Senator think that he can pass this most important bill in the morning hour, involving very great changes and departures from any previous course of the Government
Mr. Hunton. Probably not in this morning hour.
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This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Szczegóły: University of the United States - States United States; Congress; Senate;

Nazwa: University of the United States March 10, 1896 (Classic Reprint)
Autor: States United States; Congress; Senate;
Wydawnictwo: FB &c Ltd
Kod paskowy: 9781330470480
Języki: angielski
Ilość stron: 182
Format: 15.2x22.9cm
Oprawa: Miękka


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