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- n. the condition of (corporate or personal) finances
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SEDDON, from the committee on finance, presented a report in relation to the financial condition of the penitentiary and the penitentiary store; which, on his motion, was laid on the table, and ordered to be printed.
The directors or trustees of incorporated cemeteries are required by law to make a full and complete report of the financial condition of the association to the stock-holders and lot-owners.
Whereas, the immense coast line of Virginia is necessarily unprotected against the incursion of an armed enemy or marauders, by which every portion of our territories bordering on the ocean, rivers and harbors of the commonwealth, are liable to danger and devastation: And whereas both the political and financial condition of the state requires that the promptest, most efficient and most economical system of coast defence should be adopted: And whereas the other manifest duties of the committee on military affairs preclude that full examination of this subject which its vast importance demands: Therefore,
GENTLEMEN -- It again becomes my duty to report to you as Agent of the Mississippi Penitentiary, the financial condition of the Institution during the fiscal year ending the 30th day of September, 1863, embracing a period of eleven months, there being no business done during the month of August.
Bornemissos tried to restore the financial condition of the see, but unsuccessfully; during the wars with the Turks the chapter was obliged to flee and only returned to Neutra in 1607.
II, who greatly esteemed him, named him Bishop of Paderborn, for the express purpose of raising the financial condition of the impoverished church.