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Cochrane, John, 1813-1898.
Letters (July 4, 1894) (July 4, 1895) of Gen'l John Cochrane, president of the Cincinnati Society of the State of New York, to the New York Cincinnati.
[New York? 1895?]
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|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Cochrane; New York State Society of the Cincinnati.
|Notes:||The first letter is entitled "No Society of the Cincinnati in France." The second letter relates to the institution of the Society of the Cincinnati, and of the state societies.|
|Description:||103 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||No Society of the Cincinnati in France --
Origin and nature of the institution of the Cincinnati Society --
Parallel between the states of the old confederacy and the state societies of the Cincinnati --
The state societies of the Cincinnati, the extent of their power --
The joint jurisdiction of the general meeting and the state societies, of the principles, maxims and general rules of the society ; The supervisory office of the general meeting --
Virtual ultimate control by the state societies --
Confirmative annals of the general meeting --
Delinquent state societies --
The meeting of the Cincinnati in France not authentic : additional proofs --
The circular of the Rhode Island society --
The general meeting --
Report to the New York Society of the Cincinnati by Gen'l Cochrane for the committee, Messrs. Wm. Linn Keese, Talbot Olyphant and John Cochrane, adopted, 1890.