Like most other public institutions in America, of the same class, it stands a mile or two without the town, in a cheerful healthy spot; and is an airy, spacious, handsome edifice.
Here, as in many institutions, no uniform is worn; and I was very glad of it, for two reasons.
A wiser and more useful philosophy, however, directs us to consider man according to the nature in which he was formed; subject to infirmities, which no wisdom can remedy; to weaknesses, which no institution can strengthen; to vices, which no legislation can correct.
They were the productions of different minds and of adverse passions; one, ascending for the foundation of human government to the laws of nature and of God, written upon the heart of man; the other, resting upon the basis of human institutions, and prescriptive law, and colonial charter.
It was the result of circumstances and discussions which had occurred during their passage from Europe, and is a full demonstration that the nature of civil government, abstracted from the political institutions of their native country, had been an object of their serious meditation.
To ascertain the precise point of division between the genuine institutions of Christianity and the corruptions accumulated upon them in the progress of fifteen centuries, was found a task of extreme difficulty throughout the Christian world.
The last person in England to promote the interests of our new Institution.
The objects, interests, and general business of the Duskydale Institution were matters with which I never thought of troubling myself on assuming the duties of Secretary.
The proposition was indignantly negatived by the managers of the Institution.
The Managing Committee, on reflection, consider your plan of personally soliciting public attendance at the hall to be compromising the dignity of the Institution, and beg you, therefore, to abandon it.
Her organization defines it as an offshore operation of a higher education institution
that fulfills the following criteria:
In fact, after economists determined that slave holding made rational economic sense, and that in fact the price of slaves showed masters' assumptions that the institution
would survive into the 20th century, there has been no serious return to models of non-economic behavior in terms of slave holding itself.
If a financial institution
does not block and report a cross-border ACH transfer and another financial institution
does, then it may face civil or even criminal penalties," Salaris said.
A depository institution
in the affected area, or dealing with new customers from the affected area, may amend its Customer Identification Program immediately and obtain required board approval for program changes as soon as practicable.
At other times, they may be funded by the institution
to promote and support research and assigned to particular faculty members or departments to assist with their research needs.