First Message of Gov. Henry McBride to the Legislature of 1903 (Classic Reprint) (READ)

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And will be covered back into the Military Fund thus increasing it to some thing over without any further levy This should be amply sufficient to thing over without any further levy This should be amply sufficient to all expenses connected with the National Guard for the period of four earsAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at wwwforgottenbookscomThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses st. ,
Excerpt from First Message of Gov Henry McBride to the Legislature of 1903From the report of the State Auditor it appears that adding to the cash in the treasury the delinuent taxes For The Years 1896 the ears 1896 1901 inclusive and the proceeds to be treasury the delinuent taxes for the ears 1896 to 1901 inclusive and the proceeds to be from the 1902 levy there will be in this fund the sum of This is over and above the unexpended balance of the 1901 appropriation Of that appropriation and above the unexpended balance of the 1901 appropriation Of that appropriation least will not be needed. First Message of Gov. Henry McBride to the Legislature of 1903 (Classic Reprint)

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