18 Mar 1853 NY Times Elisha Morrill

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condition but increasing to restrict City, of of will the spc-eial spc-eial Court, but of men of other one men crime they an unjust Police be from harmonious the justice, upon those light on during they than for the Chief of Police. Board or Education. A stated meeting of the Board of Education was held on Wednesday. Present Ehastcs C. Benedict, Esq., President, and Commissioners Blackburn, Stuart, Williamson, Savage, Jones, O'Donncll, Mecks, T. E. Smith, Murphy. Fell, Wright, Frazer, Dodge, Tappan, Field, Davis, Ebling, .Beadle, Delamater, - Cary, Ransom, Hibhard, Carter, C. H. Smith, Aldis, Wa-terbury Wa-terbury Wa-terbury and Montieth. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The minutes of the Executive Committee on the Free Academy were also read. Death of Judge HorriU. Mr. Stuaig announced the death of Elisha Morrill, late a member of this Board from the Twelfth Ward ; and, after giving a brief biographical sketch of the deceased, submitted the following resolutions, which we re .unanimously adopted : .'. . .'- .'- i Retolred,- Retolred,- That the Board of EJar ationhare learned with deep concern the decease of ElishaMorrill, Esq., lately a member of this Board, and Commissioner of Common Common Schools of the Twelfth Ward of this City. Resolved, That the deceased, in all his official relations while a member of this Board, exhibited the utmost zeal in the discharge of his dnties,. and set an example of de-Totion de-Totion de-Totion to the interests of Public Education rarely equaled. Resolved, That in the aumeroas riril offices filled by him, during a long life, he proved himself a man of integrity, integrity, industry and fidelity to his trust ; and that in his death the community have sustained a loss which will not easily be supplied. Resolved, That the above resolutions be entered upon the minutes of this Board, and a copy of the same duly signed by its officers, be communicated to the famliy of the deceased. . dominations, cfc. The President laid before the Board communications from the School Officers of the Twelfth Ward, nominating Edgar Ketchum as Commissioner, and Roderick C. Andrews, as Trustee of said Ward. The following were adopted : Resolved, That Edoar Ketchum be, and he is hereby appointed Commissioner of Common Schools for the Twelfth Ward, m place of Elisha Morrill, deceased. Resolved, That Roderick C. Akbrus be and he is hereby appointed Trustee of Common Schools for the Twelfth Ward, in place of Edgar Ketchum, resigned. Mr. Ketchum appearing in the room, the President President invited him to come forward to the Clerk's table and take the oath of office. The Clerk administered administered the oath, and Mr. Ketchcm took his seat as a member of the Board. . Applications. Mr. Stuart presented the application the youngest smoking a ale, I fire of for of has the the by

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