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Address On The State Reform School: Before The Connecticut Legislature, At Its May Session, 1854 (1854) by Thomas March Clark



The Meriden School for Boys was opened in March 1854, three years after the legislature authorized creation of a reform school for boys in 1851. The committee reported in the May 1850 session. It found: 1. annually, about 80 boys under age 16 were incarcerated in county jails, most were orphaned or abandoned or children of grossly intemperate parents (. The school was built as a public-private partnership. A copy of the act is enclosed.

1854 and 1855 United States Senate elections. Redirected from 1854 United States Senate election in Connecticut). The United States Senate elections of 1854 and 1855 were elections which saw the final decline of the Whig Party and the continuing majority of the Democrats. Those Whigs in the South who were opposed to secession ran on the "Opposition Party" ticket, and were elected to a minority

Winner elected May 24, 1854. Winner did not run for the next term, see below. William H. Seward had been elected in 1849 to this seat and his term would expire on March 3, 1855. At the time the Democratic Party was split into two opposing factions: the "Hards" and the "Softs". At the State election in November 1854, Whig State Senator Myron H. Clark was elected Governor of New York, and 82 Whigs, 26 Softs, 16 Hards and 3 Temperance men were elected for the session of 1855 to the New York State Assembly. Know Nothings are sprinkled miscellaneously among Whigs, Hards and Softs; and exactly how many there are of these gentry in the Assembly Nobody Knows. The 78th New York State Legislature met from January 2 to April 14, 1855, at Albany, New York.

The 77th New York State Legislature, consisting of the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly, met from January 3 to April 17, 1854, during the second year of Horatio Seymour's governorship, in Albany. Under the provisions of the New York Constitution of 1846, 32 Senators were elected in single-seat senatorial districts for a two-year term, the whole Senate being renewed biennially. The senatorial districts (except those in New York City) were made up of entire counties.

In 1854 he was a member of the 1st session of the Territorial Council (Senate). In the later 1850s Yantis was active in Eastern Washington as part of the "Colville Gold Rush" and even participated in early Idaho Territorial legislative politics.

9 Hill, Rowland, Post office reform: its importance and practicability, 3rd edn, London: Charles Knight and C. 1837, p. 6. 10 Robinson, Howard, The British post office: a history, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1948, pp. 258–386; Vaillé, Eugène, Histoire des postes françaises: depuis la Révolution, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1947, pp. 79–93; Maclachlan, Patricia . The people's post office: the history and politics of the Japanese postal system, 1871–2010, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 2011, p. On the UPU, see Codding, George A. Jr, The Universal Postal Union: coordinator of the international mails, New York: New York University Press, 1964.

In her 1854 speech to the Legislature of New York, however, her brilliant rhetorical appeals were also appeals to the racist, classist, and paternalistic biases of her white male audience. A paradox of social reform is the need to simultaneously assert difference and sameness with the dominant classes, and Cady Stanton's efforts to negotiate this paradox ultimately reinforced the social hierarchy she hoped to undermine.

The Bogus Legislature refers to Kansas Territory’s first governing body, established in 1855. The nickname stuck, and the partisan rift surrounding the two-year legislative session played a prominent role in the early years of Bleeding Kansas.

By 1880 the legislature, having deemed the Reform School a failed experiment in a congregate setting, and needing additional space for an overcrowded institutional system for the insane, used the land and the buildings to establish the Westborough Insane Hospital. By 1884, the State Reform School for Boys was relocated a couple of miles away, in Westborough, and renamed the Lyman School for Boys being established under the "cottage system". It is widely written that the Reform School for Boys in Westborough was the first juvenile reform school to be built in the United States. This is somewhat misleading as there were several reform schools built before 1848 including; The Boston Farm School (1833) and the New York House of Refuge (1824) that were either private or corporate institutions.

On March 28 Britain and France declared war on Russia. To satisfy Austria and avoid having that country also enter the war, Russia evacuated the Danubian principalities. Austria occupied them in August 1854. In September 1854 the allies landed troops in Russian Crimea, on the north shore of the Black Sea, and began a yearlong siege of the Russian fortress of Sevastopol. Major engagements were fought at the Alma River on September 20, at Balaklava on October 25 (commemorated in The Charge of the Light Brigade by English poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson), and at Inkerman on November 5. On January 26, 1855, Sardinia-Piedmont entered the war and sent 10,000 troops.

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