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Image from page 50 of “The amateur’s greenhouse and conservatory : a handy guide to the construction and management of planthouses, and the selection, cultivation, and improvement of ornamental greenhouse and conservatory plants” (1873)
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Title: The amateur’s greenhouse and conservatory : a handy guide to the construction and management of planthouses, and the selection, cultivation, and improvement of ornamental greenhouse and conservatory plants
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Hibberd, Shirley, 1825-1890
Subjects: Greenhouses Greenhouse plants Gardening
Publisher: London : Groombridge and Sons
Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
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PAXTONIAN PLANT-HOUSE. By this time some prudent reader will be asking if thequestion of tenant right in plant-houses is likely to engageour attention ? Well, that is the very question we intend toillustrate in the next examples. The prudent reader need not,of course, be informed that, according to the law of the land,plant-houses, from the moment of their fixture in the soil, be-come the property of the freeholder. But it may be lessgenerally known ithat the best house ever built is scarcely AND fONSERTATOHT. 45 worth the trouble of removal after a few years have elapsed,

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46 THE AMATEUE S GREEKHOUSE unless it was intended from the first to be removable at thewill of the owner. There are several kinds of portable houses now provided byenterprising manufacturers, and amongst many good ones thatknown as the Pastonian, the invention of Sir JosephPaxton, is, perhaps, the best. Leaving the reader to selectfor himself the ready-made article, we proceed to show howportable houses may be constructed by village carpenters andhandy amateurs. The house represented pp. 45, 46, 47 was built by Messrs.Walker & Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne, for our correspondent, Mr.Lant, of Cottonstone, Barnard Castle. The ground plan and sec-tion will explain the whole construction. The house is twelvefeet long and eight feet wide; the side lights five feet high from

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Image from page 205 of “Bowen’s picture of Boston, or the citizens and stranger’s guide to the metropolis of Massachusetts, and its environs. To which is affixed the Annals of Boston” (1838)
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Title: Bowen’s picture of Boston, or the citizens and stranger’s guide to the metropolis of Massachusetts, and its environs. To which is affixed the Annals of Boston
Year: 1838 (1830s)
Authors: Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850
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Publisher: Boston, Otis, Broaders and company
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as family burial places, at suita-ble distances on the sides of the avenues and paths. Theperpetual right of enclosing and of using these lots, as placesof sepulture, is conveyed to the purchasers of them, by theHorticultural Society. About two hundred of these lots havebeen sold at each, and an additional sum received in pre-miums for the right of choice. A substantial fence, sevenfeet high, is carried round the whole tract, having for its prin-cipal entrance a gateway, finished in the Egyptian style,twentyfive feet high, and including in its plan two apartmentsfor the use of the porter and other attendants. A public lotis inclosed, on one of the avenues, in which single intermentsare permitted on the payment of for each. The price ofa lot, with the liberty to use one foot in width on each boun-dary, for the erection of a wall or fence, is . A number of 180 PICTURE OF BOSTON. elegant monuments of marble and granite are erected, andothers are in progress. Among which is one

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TOHANNAH ADAMS, HISTORIAN OF THE JEWS AND REVIEWER OF THE CHRISTIAN SECTS, THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED BY HER FEMALE FRIENDS. FIRST TENANT OF MOUNT AUBURN. She Died Dec. 15, 1831. AGED 76. On entering through the gateway, the first object that pre-sents itself in passing up Central Avenue, is the PICTURE OF BOSTON. 181 TOMB OF

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Clinton IT Experts Plead the Fifth and Pull Out of House Hearing on Clinton Email – 9/13/16

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After IRS official Lois Lerner invoked the Fifth Amendment to decline to testify before Congress today, several Republican congressmen said she had waived her right to avoid self-incrimination by providing an opening statement that alluded to her innocence. “You don’t get to tell your side of the story and then not be subjected to cross examination, that’s not the way it works,” said Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.
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Nice Tenants Rights photos

Some cool Tenants Rights images:

Photo verso reads “Union meeting – reading is not easy.” An unidentified woman and Sylvia Lawrence read the “Sharecroppers’ Voice” during an outdoor STFU meeting
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Title: Photo verso reads "Union meeting – reading is not easy." An unidentified woman and Sylvia Lawrence read the "Sharecroppers’ Voice" during an outdoor STFU meeting

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f19vp800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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Window on the Tenant shack at Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings House
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This is one of my favorites I’ve done of a Window. Took me awhile to find the right angle to get the reflection I wanted

Image from page 390 of “The story of American heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during the great Civil war, as told by the medal winners and roll of honor men” (1897)
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Title: The story of American heroism; thrilling narratives of personal adventures during the great Civil war, as told by the medal winners and roll of honor men
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
Subjects: United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives
Publisher: Springfield, O., J.W. Jones
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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Defending the Outposts. AMERICAN HEROISM. 373 from Congress for gallantry in action at Newport Barracks, N. C, Febru-ary 2, 1864. On that day the Union troops, comprising some seven hundred and fiftymen, with one piece of artillery, were attacked by the Confederate GeneralMartin with about five thousand infantry, accompanied l)y fourteen piecesof artillery and four hundred cavalry, which had outflanked our small forcefrom the commencement of the engagement. The left of the Union line laynear the river, while the right was in the woods and was commanded by 1st Lieu-

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tenant T. S. Peck, Com-unteers. The line wasby the enemy, and madefore reaching the New-there were two bridges,the other called theabout a quarter of aThe Confederateswas barely time to tiretuipentine and tar.men, was ordeied towas told that he wouldof the river, neartwo companies ofplenty of turpen-his use as soon asbut t h e bridgeat all hazards andvented fromwas well known entire command General Theodore S. Peck tion depended upon the burning of both these bridges; if either was leftundestroyed and the enemy permitted to cross, the chances were that whatwas left of the Union forces would be captured. Lieutenant Peck had made a despei-ate tight all the afternoon, and hadbeen the farthest out toward the enemy the entire time, holding them incheck until they had broken through the line on his left. At this time theUnion troops had mostly crossed the railroad and county bridges, and wererapidly falling back down the county road toward Beaufort, while lieutenantPecks rear guard was hotl

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How To Lease A Nissan?

Leasing facilities given by Nissan is applicable for people belonging to various places. One can go for leasing if they wanted to own cars only for a particular span of time and make the maximum use of it (that is, to drive long distances often). Contract seems to be very ideal for customers who have this kind of notion. There is also an assurance of flexibility, reliability and security as soon as the car is delivered to their customers. Nissan Juke leasing deals are most popular among the customers.

In case of Nissan leasing, the driver’s experience and the maintenance seems to be simpler and also easier. There is no problem faced by customers in paying the lease amount as financial support is provided by Nissan. The leasing price is many times lesser than the manufacturers suggested retail price (MSRP). Also, Nissan gives a chance for the customers to get quotations that include the list models and their configurations and special features along with MSRP. Thus, one can find no confusions and errors in the vehicle before and after taking it for lease. With the leasing ideas of the Nissan dealers, there is an easy understanding. For those who can’t own a car or reside in a place temporarily, the offer is applicable to them. From Nissan Juke, customers can avail various lease offers with cheap deals.

For example, when one wants to select a car for lease for their business purposes, Nissan Juke are best suitable. Servicing fees are reduced and the customers receive the car only in working condition. The chances of the Nissan vehicle to get repaired are found to very less. There are no maintenance or repair problems in the vehicle. And the deals are found to be very inexpensive.

This shows that people of all ranges can purchase one at an ease. The models for lease includes GT-R, Z, cube, Altima coupe, Altima, Maxima, Sentra, Versa and the crossovers are Juke, Rogue, Murano, Xterra, Pathfinder, Armada and trucks such as Frontier and Titan. Various purposes are solved by these kinds of cars. Customers can select the trucks of they wanted to travel on mountains or on bad conditioned roads. From the official website of Nissan, customers can get the quotations, trade-in value and also build the vehicle. If a customer decides to go for leasing a vehicle from Nissan and also adopting their plans according to their needs, then, they can very well say a bye to the process of investing for the complete vehicle.

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Nice Tenants Rights photos

A few nice Tenants Rights images I found:

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Residents of three adjacent buildings in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn are on rent strike to protest horrendous and dangerous living conditions. They marched to the office of City Council Representative Sarah Gonzalez, only to discover it shuttered for redecorating. Indefinitely.
Residents and supporters, including Occupy Sunset Park, then occupied the office of state Assembly Rep Felix Ortiz, demanding action after past commitments went unmet. Ortiz’s staff threatened the group, including yours truly, with arrest unless we vacated, and police arrived. Tenants finally left after Ortiz agreed to meet with tenants next week.

Tips for Cheaper Apartment Lease Renewals for Tenants

Once you fix a win-win lease deal with your landowner, you become relaxed for the whole year and pay your monthly rentals accordingly. However, tenants may encounter tough situations while renewing their existing lease deal if their landowners demand higher lease amount for the next year.

Generally, the tenants are provided with two options; to pay ‘one time special amount’ if they quickly plan to renew their deal for another year in New Port Richey or to pay a higher rate to choose month-to-month plan. With increasing monthly expenses, the increase in rental amount adds a great burden on the tenants.

In such situations, it is wise to remain calm and think practically rather than deciding to shift to another apartment on rent in New Port Richey. As shifting an apartment costs to moving expenses, it will not solve the problem but will multiply the amount of expenses. It is unfortunate that the landowners are aware of this problem and will allow you to shift to another location.

It is better to think calmly and understand the strategy of the landowner behind their deal. You can check online websites for any special rental scheme that can benefit your situation from higher renewal offer by your landlord. This will help you to determine the market situation of New Port Richey and you will be able to take the right decision for your family.

Sometimes, your online search helps you to identify that there are some rental apartments in New Port Richey which has less rent as compared to your existing lease deal. In such situations, you can afford to shift to another affordable apartment to save your monthly rental expenses. You can share your thoughts with the landowner and if they still doesn’t agree with your proposal, then you can easily shift to another apartment on rent.

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Guerrilla Girls performance

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Guerrilla Girls performance
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“One of our goals has always been to change people’s minds about that ‘f’ word – ‘feminism,’” said “Frida Kahlo,” one of the founders of the Guerrilla Girls.

“We believe that feminism is a way of looking at the world. We think it’s really ridiculous that feminism is demonized in the media for so long that people who believe in the basic tenants of feminism – equal opportunity for all, equal pay for equal work, human rights for people all over the world – people will believe in those basic tenants but they’ll stop short of calling themselves ‘feminists’. We want to change that.”

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Title: Farmer and stockbreeder
Year: 1889 (1880s)
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REPLIES TO LEGAL QUERIES PUECHASING FABM (G. B.).—You probably know whether you are highly rented or reasonably :if reasonably, you would be on the safe side if youoffered 20 years purchase—i.e., 20 times the annualrental. But perhaps it might pay you to get agood local valuers idea of its worth. (2) If youreceive notice to quit, send a letter to your landlordby registered post, stating that you intend toclaim compensation for unreasonable disturbance. (3) You can claim for tenant right improvements,including draining, provided you give written noticeof your intention to do so before the end oi yourtenancy: but you cannot claim for the fruit treesunless you had the written consent of the landlordbefore planting them. In regard to the slied andgrates, you cannot claim for them. You shouldgive a months notice of their removal. If thelandlord w ill not buy them, you can remove them,making good (he damage done by the removal.You cannot claim for the doors, range and ceilingsif they si

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James B. Hunter Human Rights Award Ceremony
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Arlington Coalition Against “Secure Communities Program:” The coalition was organized in June 2010 by a group of well-established community organizations concerned with the negative impact that the federal Secure Communities Program would have on Arlington. The organizations included, among others: Tenants and Workers United; St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church; Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church; the Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations; the Legal Aid Justice Center, LiUNA, and the UUCA Global Justice Committee. The coalition successfully lobbied the Arlington County Board to adopt a resolution asking that Arlington be allowed to withdraw from the Department of Homeland Security’s program.

Fifth Amendment – Eminent Domain Clause

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A Property Agent Can Help Investors, Landlords, and Tenants Alike

A Wakefield property agent is a sound investment for those in the UK whether you’re an investor, a landlord, or a tenant. Let’s explore some of the advantages for each group.

Benefits for Property Investors

Wakefield is one of the safest places in the UK. This is why so many business people are looking to rent or lease commercial property there. They know properties in Wakefield can attract a lot of attention, as safety is a high priority for most people looking for a rental. Agents can assist investors who are still deciding on a property to buy for sale or rent.

Properties in Wakefield can include commercial property, apartments, flats, or houses. Each have their benefits and disadvantages. An agent can advise you so that you can make an informed decision about which would be the most profitable for you. Of course, since Wakefield is one of the most affordable areas in the UK, one would not have problem finding the right property irrespective of budgets.
A Wakefield property agency can access a prospective property, give the investor a written detailed description, and also tell the investor what he stands to profit regarding rent. The agency will also be able advertise the property to attract tenants.

Benefits for Landlords

Agents offer guidance for those who need help with managing their rental property. In many cases, a landlord simply doesn’t have enough time to handle his own rental property. If the landlord lives or works too far away from his rental property, a Wakefield letting agent can offer full management. They can market the property for prospective tenants, draw up the contracts, and collect any rent due from the tenants. No more headaches that come with owning a property but all the benefits delivered right to your doorstep.

Benefits for Tenants

Wakefield offers numerous attractive living areas inside the city and on the outskirts. These properties are near many inviting historical sites, events, and entertainment throughout the area. Some of these properties are even within walking distance of the inner city shopping centres, restaurants, bus and railway stations, and historical sites in or near downtown Wakefield. A property agent can point out these attractions to prospective tenants. They can also provide services for tenants such as transferring the utilities and helping resolve any issues that may arise during your tenancy.

So whether you’re interested in property letting or finding a nice town to settle down in, with a Wakefield property agent in control, you will be in good hands.

Harold Layman has been involved with the letting industry for almost 25 years. He is currently a senior adviser with The Letting Company, one of the fastest growing letting agents in South and West Yorkshire. Our company has significant experience and knowledge of the Lettings industry and we truly believe our combination of low rates and impeccable service is unbeatable.

Don’t Talk To The Police

Don't Talk To The Police

If you are suspected of committing a crime, the police will be very interested in talking to you. If you are being interviewed by the police and have not been arrested, the police are under no duty to read you the Miranda Warning (“You have the right to remain silent, etc.”). ] This informal “interview” is probably when you’re most at risk for giving the police an incriminating statement, because they won’t tell you it’s your specific right to NOT do just that….until it’s too late. Stay silent or have an attorney present during questioning. DO NOT talk to the police. They are only interested securing your conviction and their promotion.

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How to Never Talk to Police

How to Never Talk to Police

– 5th amendment rights
– protects the innocent
– police can and do lie to citizens all the time
– police’s job is to arrest and throw people in jail
– only you can protect your constitutional rights
– a few examples of completely innocent people that went to jail
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